Have you ever used IEXPRESS.EXE only to realize that it requires an exe to launch your SED - not a batch file?
INIT.EXE is a very small and simple tool designed to fix that. It works very simple - it runs a batch file called "init.bat".
Source code is on github and the releases are on github as well.
I might not be able to keep the attachment below up-to-date, but it's there anyways.
I figured this would be of minor use, but nevertheless a great help.
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Discussion forum for all Windows batch related topics.
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