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Is it possible to remember the command history in CMD.EXE (Windows 7), between sessions?

Or is there some enhancement/wrapper/replacement which has this (basic IMO) feature?

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Maybe DOSKEY still works ... look into that. – user3463 Dec 9 '10 at 16:31
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There is basic history functionality for the current session using F7, although across sessions you'll want PyCmd.

PyCmd is a Python wrapper for cmd.exe which brings a couple features of traditional UNIX-based shells to the table, including command history and "smart" tab completion.

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Thanks for the suggestion. PyCmd seemed nice to me, but rather buggy (and not very active).… – leonbloy Jan 5 '11 at 18:44

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