|Version||1.81 (May 1997)|
|Author||Lee Cjin Pheow|
YAOS (Yet Another OS/2 Shell) is a shell that runs on top of cmd.exe.
- Unix-like file name completion using the space key.
- ycd - a vcd-like quick directory changer.
- A history of previously used commands (Alt+H popup window)
- Ability to change directory across drives.
- Full support for prompt setting in OS/2.
- Full implementation of command line editing (Emacs-like).
- A popup window that displays the possible file names for completion.
- [-o] argument: Defaulting to overwrite mode on startup.
- Directory name that is completed using <tab> will have the back slash appended to the end of the name.
- Implementation of aliases.
- Implementation of default application to launch for specific file extensions (ext).
- File name completion popup window, the maximum string that is common to all possible names is matched.
- Environment setting for startup options.
- Recognizes different keyboard layouts.
- Built-in "which <executable>" command to locate pathed executable files.
- Hitting the <Esc> key clears the command line.
- Use of the '&' character to detach a process like in Unix.
- Built-in "kill <pid>" command to kill a process.