cmd.exe displays window correctly.
What does not
Program that is in 'path' is not found.
What was not tested
A lot - more test results will follow.
Applies also to version 1.2.3.
|Ubuntu 10.04 "Lucid" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)
|Dec 23 2011
|Other apps affected
|Copy command does not support CON or CON:
|cmd.exe: failure to handle file extension association
|stderr not displaying when invoking native linux commands from cmd.exe
|Can't execute cmd /c "script.bat" "argument"
|CreateProcess does not return handles which can be used to wait on a Unix process ending (was cmd doesnt wait for bash command to end)
|Batch files for 32-bit applications fail to run via 'cmd.exe /c' in 64-bit WINEPREFIX ('cmd.exe /c' misinterprets '(' and ')' characters in full script path name)
|Wine cmd is unable to display a bat file script correctly.
In wine exist also an application called cmd.exe which is able to run some commands and windows applications from a command prompt. The reported bugs, which are linked here, are related to this internal commandline interpreter.
The description here instead is about the original cmd.exe from a Windows installation.
Please hold this in mind!