Dos9 is a free, cross-platform command prompt used for batch scripts and command processing.
Dos9 is a free software, designed to be as compatible as possible with cmd.exe proprietary software from Microsoft.
DOS9 [/v] [/n] [/f] [/e] [file]
Run a command file or wait for an user input.
file : Path of the batch script to be run.
/v : Enables delayed expansion.
/n : Enables dos9's extension.
/f : Enables floating numbers.
/e : Disable current directory echoing.
/q : Run Dos9 quietly (ie. does not show the intro screen at startup).
/d : Specify a file descriptor that should be used by Dos9 as a standard input. This should not be used, it is used for evaluating complexs statements by FOR loops.
Compatible with any version of Dos9. Incompatible with cmd.exe.
Dos9 is cross-platform so that it can be run either on MS-WINDOWS or GNU/Linux. Moreover, Dos9 should be easily portable to operating systems that support either POSIX (and define _POSIX_C_SOURCE) or a MS-WINDOWS compatible API, including any POSIX-compatible function that is provided by it.
Dos9 is a free software distributed under GNU General Public License terms. For more informations about free software's philosophy, see Free Software Fundation's website.
Dos9 have been written since 2010 by Darkbatcher (Romain Garbi). It uses severals helpful free libraries from the GNU operating system, mostly libmatheval, gettext.
Dos9's MS-WINDOWS packages also distribute some binaries from the GnuWin project. These binaries are GNU iconv and GNU nano.
ECHO Command, Command scripts, Commands list
Dos9 manual pages, The Dos9 Project - Copyright © 2010-2014 Darkbatcher
This is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
Please report bugs and mistakes at : <darkbatcher at dos9 dot org>