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Joel Bennett

Write Shell Extensions with C# - Dino Esposito - 0 views

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    This article is part of "Manage With the Windows Shell" on the Enterprise .NET Community (TheServerSide.Net) ... and it's a great article on how to write Shell Extensions etc in C#
Joel Bennett

VS Command Shell - CodePlex - 0 views

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    VSCmdShell provides users with a Shell window inside the Visual Studio IDE that can be used for Visual Studio commands as well. Allows using either Windows Command Shell (cmd.exe) or Windows PowerShell.
Joel Bennett

Interactive C# Shell - Miguel de Icaza - 0 views

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    Mono's C# Shell ... cute, but no PowerShell ;-)
Joel Bennett

Visual Studio Extensibility Team Blog (home of Visual Studio Shell) - 0 views

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    This is the main blog for following the development of the new Visual Studio Shell extensibility kit that lets you create apps within visual studio or as standalone apps with a visual studio ... Shell ;-)
Joel Bennett

Run PowerShell as a Shell within Emacs -- All About Interop - 0 views

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    Run PowerShell as the internal Shell within Emacs. Note: there's a good link on here to a PowerShell script syntax file, and lots of .net-related emacs content...
Joel Bennett

C# Eval: An Embeddable Compiler - Miguel de Icaza - 0 views

  • Use C# as a scripting language for your application
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    After the C# Interactive Shell... we now have C#'s eval function!
David Corking

Emacs, TRAMP, Ubuntu « What You're Doing Is Rather Desperate - 2 views

  • edit your ~/.emacs to include the line: (setq tramp-default-method "ssh")
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    Remote editing with ssh - no need to tunnel X11 over ssh. This reminds me of a question that puzzles me: for those of us that use multiple machines, is there a failsafe way to have a master .emacs file for them all? Where do folks store it? On a web server, ftp, NFS directory, a favourite home directory, or a USB stick? Is there a low effort way to sync it: rsync, unison, a custom shell or Emacs lisp script, or a manual scp?
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    Remote editing with ssh - no need to tunnel X11 over ssh, or cope without your window manager. This reminds me of a question that puzzles me: for those of us that use multiple machines, is there a failsafe way to have a master .emacs file for them all? Where do folks store it? On a web server, ftp, NFS directory, a favourite home directory, or a USB stick? Is there a low effort way to sync it: rsync, unison, a custom shell or Emacs lisp script, or a manual scp?
Joel Bennett

Shell Blog : What happened to the menu bars? - 0 views

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    An essay from the Windows Vista shell team about menus: why they're good, bad ... how ribbons are different ... and the new User Experience (UX) guidelines
Joel Bennett

shell: revealed - 0 views

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    The Windows Shell team blog (aggregator).
Joel Bennett

Registry Shell Namespace Extension for Vista - CodePlex - 0 views

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    A slick Shell Namespace extension for Windows Vista to allow you to browse and search the registry in Explorer.  Looks really nice - licensed under Ms-PL
Joel Bennett

Craig Skibo's WebLog (Visual Studio Shell) - 0 views

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    Craig seems to have some really interesting insights into the Visual Studio Shell architecture ... what we'll be able to do with it, and how we'll have to do it.
Joel Bennett

Ariel.Atlantica.US - 0 views

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    some random free site where you can get a shell account with just the tiniest bit of access...
Joel Bennett

IronPython Studio - Home - 1 views

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    IronPython Studio is a free full IDE for the Python programming language based on the existing IronPython example and the Visual Studio 2008 Shell runtime ... and doesn't need Visual Studio installed
Joel Bennett

.NET 4.0 - System.Shell.CommandLine Parsing (Part 1) - B# .Net Blog - 0 views

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    .Net finally gets built-in command-line parsing in 4.0 -- and it matches PowerShell's command-line syntax power!
Joel Bennett

About IPython - Presentations - 3 views

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    Slides and articles about the IPython shell
yc c

Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide - 4 views

shared by yc c on 10 Oct 09 - Cached
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    This tutorial assumes no previous knowledge of scripting or programming, but progresses rapidly toward an intermediate/advanced level of instruction . . . all the while sneaking in little nuggets of UNIX® wisdom and lore. It serves as a textbook, a manual for self-study, and a reference and source of knowledge on shell scripting techniques. The exercises and heavily-commented examples invite active reader participation, under the premise that the only way to really learn scripting is to write scripts.
Joel Bennett

Powershell script blocks as .NET event handlers - 0 views

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    How to handle Events in PowerShell (another example of things you just can't do in a string based Shell?) a GREAT example of how using PowerShell leads to .Net programming (and how knowing .NET programming translates into knowing PowerShell).
Joel Bennett

Jash: JavaScript Shell - 0 views

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    Jash is a DHTML-based window that gives you command-line JavaScript access to the current browser window.
Joel Bennett

"Your File Is In Use" Demystified - Shell Blog - 0 views

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    In Vista, Windows Explorer is applying an implementation of the IFileIsInUse interface to the file it encountered.  Now the user knows which program has the file open and can close the file from that program and click the Try Again button to repeat the operation that was being performed.
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