Re: [Clip] How can I find out which versions of NoteTab are installed on a comp
- On my machine, in
c:\Program Files\NoteTab Pro
there is a an xml file called
That contains all of the particulars. I assume the other two flavors
of installation have a similar file. Now you need to script using WSH
VBS Perl or Python to find the dir (NoteTab*) and
file(Note*.exe.manifest) and extract the xml info.
That's all I can think of.
I was looking for something in my clips list archive, and noticed that
there did not seem to be an answer to you question in your email of June
NoteTab has three functions that could help in this regard.
^$GetEditorType$ returns Light, Standard, or Pro.
^$GetProgName$ returns the full name of the NoteTab variant.
^$GetProgVersion$ returns the current version number.
Used together, these three functions can help check to see if a
particular clip can work for a particular installation of NoteTab. This
combined with checking the ClipCode.chm to make sure what version a
particular command was added, goes a long way to help with clip
compatibility. It is very helpful that Eric added what version he added
or changed a particular clip command or function.
There may also be something stored in the registry, and the registry
reading capabilities of NoteTab could be helpful there.
Kairos Computer Solutions
Sales Affiliate for Grisoft Anti-Virus
> On my machine, in
> c:\Program Files\NoteTab Pro
> there is a an xml file called
> That contains all of the particulars. I assume the other two flavors
> of installation have a similar file. Now you need to script using WSH
> VBS Perl or Python to find the dir (NoteTab*) and
> file(Note*.exe.manifest) and extract the xml info.
> That's all I can think of.