Command line tools

In the years I have been programming, I have written many command line tools. Most of them were useful but have been superseded by tools that came with the operating system. But some have survived, and so I kept them. I want to share some of them with you.

WhereIs
A tool which tries to find which executable (or executables) will be called if you enter its name on the command line.
Slack
A tool which calculates the disk space wasted, because of cluster size, on the files in a certain directory.
EchoC
A simple tool to display a string in different colours, using my Console unit.
Cal
A tool which prints the calendar for one or more months to the screen.

I will perhaps add to the list above, or try to enhance or improve these little applications, but don’t take this as a promise. If I made changes, I’ll try to post them here. Please don’t request features.

If you have questions, suggestions, etc. on one of the pieces of source code, please e-mail me.

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I do not accept any responsibility about the usability or in case of any damage caused by the use of my programs or files. Use them at your own risk. If they don’t work properly, you have the sources.

Rudy Velthuis

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