WinBatch+Compiler, 2017B (beta) is available for download
I plan on sticking with WinBatch as log as I can, but I need to start thinking of a replacement sooner rather than later. Any suggestions? Being able to compile is a must. Should I just bite the bullet and get Visual Studio? I'm sure its capable of doing everything I'd need, but is it overkill? A fair about of what I do is create wrappers for software deployments. Those that are not straightforward might require that I create/delete registry keys before/after the software is installed, check for files/directories.
Does anyone know a way to develop VBA programs *without* having any of the MS Office products installed?I ask because it seems like VBA might have a decent subset of WB functionality and so might be a partial replacement.(But I'm not sure myself, as I don't have any MS Office products)-Kirby
I am game. I could probably host if needed.
I doubt that the source code will be open-sourced and I doubt that either WinBatch or its source code will die.
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