“Eclecticism, (from Greek eklektikos, “selective”), in philosophy and theology, the practice of selecting doctrines from different systems of thought without adopting the whole parent system for each doctrine.” – Encyclopaedia Britannica.
Execute Generic Command Line Program and Show Return value
I would like to add my voice to this.
Currently I have a Powershell script that runs regularly to put the wallpaper filename and description into a text file.
DesktopInfo then displays the text.
It would be nice if DesktopInfo could run the script, using interval.
I think a CMD item would be able to execute any command line application, including Powershell.exe. It would be able to get the command line error result as an integer which basically shows success or failure.
Capturing the output may or may not be do-able. Maybe it’s just a case of directing any text output to a text file to be read by a subsequent FILECONTENTS item.
here is a powershell script I use to pull all Microsoft products based on the Publisher value and pull only the DisplayName and DisplayVersion then pipe the output to a text file. Note that the Format is important to ensure that it is clean looking. I use Table