You can use Putty. I do not see any advantage of duplicating Putty console into WinSCP. Do you?
hmmm, i see some... ;-)
Whats about tab-completion in the shell-cmd-line to browse..
Whats about things like create gzips / observe state like df or du at the cmd-line.
We have some dirs with tomany files. WinScp have some problems to show them. So commands like ls -laptr 200410*.gif could save some time and my nerves! ;-)
I see a integration like now...
right window -> linux-Fs
Bottom -> Commandline
If commandline-output-Mode is activated -> left window stdout and errout from shell-command, else there is the local-FS
I will love this feature!
This combines the cool overview of the gui of winScp with all the features of the commandline.
Cool-Extra-Feature could be to log all session-shell-output.