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  • Context Menu (Shell Extension)

    Free configurable Windows Explorer context menu extension.

    ContextMenu is a free configurable shell extension allowing users to define their own menu items to be included in the Windows Explorer’s context menu. This project consists of two DLLs (x86 and x64) written in native C++ with plain access to the Win32-API representing the shell extension, a composer written in C# to be used to configure all shell extensions at once as well as of a help file explaining all necessary details. The composer is also available as x86 and x64 version. Note this shell extension is tested under Windows XP (64) and under Windows 7 (32). Furthermore, a parallel usage (multiple installations) of this shell extension is also possible.

    Downloads: 3 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    Unorthodox Scripting Language

    A lightweight, high-level, and object-oriented scripting language.

    USL is an object-oriented scripting language written in C++ and compiled to run on both Linux and Windows operating systems. Without a script, USL is a programmable command-line shell and interactive interpreter. USL is for general purpose scripting locally.

    Downloads: 1 This Week Last Update: See Project
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