Re: [NTO] Alternative to Dir2Text
- Mike Breiding - Morgantown WV wrote:
> Dir2Txt had options to indent and bracket dirs and subdirs. This makesI see why that's nice to have. Here is my full standard batch for a big
> it much easier to read.
> Dir2Txt also has an output to HTML option.
dir /b /on /s *.pdf > Scans.txt
char t2w Scans.txt
F:\Winutil\NoteTab\NotePro.exe /L=Functions:Format Scans.txt
char is a codepage converter I wrote myself in Pascal. t2w is the
conversion table to use. And this is the clip "Format Filelist":
^!Replace "^.:(.*)$" >> "$1" WRASI
^!Replace "\" >> "/" WASI
^!InsertText Diese Liste wurde erstellt am: ^$GetDate(yyyy-mm-dd)$^P^P
With the full power of NoteTab at your fingertips you can achieve almost
anything in the way of reformatting text.
On 10k files in many subdirectories the above is all done in an instant,
the slowest part is my very un-optimized simple-minded Pascal routine.
- --- On Tue, 4/6/10, Mike Breiding - Morgantown WV <mike@...> wrote:
> Got the report.Yes, too many switches and configuration options for my liking. Is it possible your strange sort order is time based on date of folder creation ?
> It is weird.
However you were looking and it might have been your solution.
- fw7oaks wrote:
>Hmmm... Could very well be.
> Yes, too many switches and configuration options for my liking. Is it
> possible your strange sort order is time based on date of folder creation ?
Thanks for the help.
I will keep looking.
> However you were looking and it might have been your solution.