Re: [NTO] Extracting cab file contents
> Alec Burgess wrote:Hi again Alec,
> > hsavage:
> > Now comes the hard, time consuming part, finding which cab file has
> > your
> > needed file in it. Extract is not a very friendly utility and it is a
> > difficult and time consuming process to find which cab has the needed
> > file in it.
> > With a lot of research, or better, being forearmed with a list of the
> > cabs and their contents it is very easy to extract a single file or an
> > entire cab.
> Do you happen to know of a freeware utility that will allow me to
> generate a list of my Options\Cabs that includes all files including the
> ones that are with Cab files?
> Regards ... Alec
As I said previously, I don't know of a utility that will do the job for
you but, you started me thinking.
I said to myself, Shouldn't NoteTab do this?, and I said yes, I think it
So, here is a resulting clip to list any, or all, cabs and their contents.
It has a few long lines so I reformatted it to eliminate that problem,
all you have to do ii, de-format it.
You may have to alter the last line if your version of Extract.exe
produces a different header than mine does.
I'm also shipping this over to the clips list.
; SIMPLEST METHOD
; COPY BOTH THESE
; CLIPS TO A BLANK DOC.
; CUT THIS FIRST CLIP TO THE CLIPBOARD,
; ADD/PASTE IT INTO ANY CLIPBOOK!
; SELECT TEXT AND
; RUN THIS CLIP ON THE REMAINING
; TEXT TO DE-FORMAT IT!;
; THEN, PASTE EXPANDED CLIP INTO YOUR CLIPBOOK;
^!Menu Modify/E-Mail/UnQuote Text
^!Replace "^p" >> "" TIWHSA
^!Replace "ºtº" >> "^t" TIWHSA
^!Replace "ºsº" >> " " TIWHSA
^!Replace "ºrº" >> "^p" TIWHSA
^!Replace "º^º" >> "^" TIWHSA