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QuestionCommand Line Tools [modified] PinmemberZac Greve24-Nov-12 14:01 
What are your favorite (and free) [Windows] command line tools?
 
I am working on game design and want to have a command line toolkit for it, but I also want the toolkit to be usable for other things as well.
 
I already have the 7-Zip command line version, some tools for exporting Ogre3D .mesh files, and a converter that takes files from Wings3D and converts them to .mesh.xml for Ogre3D. I am actually using Axiom3D, which is a C# port of Ogre, so it uses the same file formats.
 
So, what do you guys like?
 
EDIT: I just added XMLStarlet[^] to this list. Nicely built utilities there.
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