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I have a DOS command that I want to run as a GUI in XP. I want the switches to be buttons or dropdowns and dump the results to a text window in it. Is there a good tool to do this? I can hack code some :crap:
 

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ConqSoft said:
Visual Basic, Delphi, Visual C, etc... Take your pick. :)
I was hoping for some modular source or other tools that already had the framework established. I dont have the time or the desire to learn a programing language right now.
 

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figment said:
I was hoping for some modular source or other tools that already had the framework established. I dont have the time or the desire to learn a programing language right now.
How can you hack code if you don't know any languages?
 

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its a SIP testing tool binary called SIPSAK
SIP for some strange reason I've been rinning into that lately...weird.

Looks like its a pretty unique tool that one......

I'd try sending an email to the author (email at the bottom of the sipsak page) and see if he knows of anything out there.
http://sipsak.berlios.de/

I also stumbled across the below library for SIP in java and there looks like there are a few app for it out there already, if you hunt around a little more it might fit the bill. :idunno:

http://www-x.antd.nist.gov/proj/iptel/src/nist-sip/jain-sip/docs/

But looks like you or someone might have to roll up the sleves and start coding. However I did come across a few other tools like Asterisk GUI and HCLT SIP Test Tool but I'm not familar enough with your requirements or SIP to work out if they are of any use with a quick glace.
 

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matt232 said:
SIP for some strange reason I've been rinning into that lately...weird.

Looks like its a pretty unique tool that one......

I'd try sending an email to the author (email at the bottom of the sipsak page) and see if he knows of anything out there.
http://sipsak.berlios.de/

I also stumbled across the below library for SIP in java and there looks like there are a few app for it out there already, if you hunt around a little more it might fit the bill. :idunno:

http://www-x.antd.nist.gov/proj/iptel/src/nist-sip/jain-sip/docs/

But looks like you or someone might have to roll up the sleves and start coding. However I did come across a few other tools like Asterisk GUI and HCLT SIP Test Tool but I'm not familar enough with your requirements or SIP to work out if they are of any use with a quick glace.
Thanks a lot for the research. You got to the same place I did:) That java code is not signed and my system warned me not to run it. Sleeve roll up or spend money time :p
 

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VB dude, I'm no programmer (though somehow I got A's in Basic and Assembly in college :idunno: ) and I can make it run pretty easily.
 
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