изменения в консоли в Windows Server 2008 R2 / Windows 7

December 28th, 2009 | Tags:

На “Платформе” то ли про это не рассказывали, то ли пропустил мимо ушей

Собственно по ссылке подробно расписано, что поменялось, особо процитирую мнение суровых сибирских мужыков из Майкрософта по поводу совместимости:

ConHost represents a permanent change in the way that console application I/O is handled. There is no registry key or group policy setting that can force Windows to revert back to “legacy mode” console behavior. So you know what I’m going to say…TEST your application(s) on Windows 7 and Window Server 2008 R2 before deploying the new operating systems. And, keep in mind that some applications might have a GUI for most functions but still use console interfaces for batch or other functions. So, FULLY TEST your applications.

Ну и специально для нищебродов :-)

If the application still fails, the next step should be to contact the application vendor or developer(s). My intuition and experience tell me that you are laughing at me right now. Let me guess… The guy who wrote the app and used to work out of his garage has moved on to bigger and better things, or the vendor no longer supports that version. If you find yourself in that sort of situation, upgrading or replacing the application is probably going to be your best long-term solution.

Вообще, вроде начали переезжать на R2 потихоньку, тоже боимсо

А, ещё вот там есть адово нововведение – drag and drop (путей) из проводника в командную строку, расрас111

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