A TSR (terminate & stay resident) utility that supplies full editing features to the DOS interface; stacks commands and drive/directory pairs for recall; supports definable symbols and variables, and programmable function-key definitions and macros; provides optional autocompletion of commands and (long) filenames, along with executable extensions and directories; and enables changing drives and directories simultaneously. Brace expansion and multiple commands on the one line are also supported. (Win32 CMD.EXE users should check out CMDkey.) (View the PAD file.)

CmdEdit 3.21 (166k, includes asm/C source). Have a look at the history.


Jason Hood.
21 March, 2003.