ISE for cmd/batch scripts?
There a Integrated Scripting Environment for Windows Powershell scripting language but is there a ISE for Windows batch (.bat) scripts? How do people develop .bat scripts efficiently, do you use some kind of ISE?
If you have windows xp or older, you could go to the command prompt and type:
It should bring up a blue screen with a very primitive GUI that lets you open, edit, and create batch files. It also has a list (along with detailed descriptions) of every command used in both batch/shell programming and power shell programming. This program is also available in windows server 2003 and later last time i checked! :P
I just use a standard (but decent) text editor - my personal one is vim, but there's others out there (Programmers Text Editor, Notepad+, etc).