• DIRS.RAW file format

    From Angel Ripoll@2:341/66 to Todos on Tue Jul 11 18:50:00 2023
    Hola Todos!

    Can someone tell me where I can find the DIRS.RAW file format to import file areas in Synchronet 3.20? It's okay if you tell me here :)

    I would really like to know if there is a way to import fileareas with the path where the files go

    Thanks :)

    Un saludo,
    Angel Ripoll
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  • From Digital Man@1:103/705 to Angel Ripoll on Tue Jul 11 10:56:11 2023
    Re: DIRS.RAW file format
    By: Angel Ripoll to Todos on Tue Jul 11 2023 06:50 pm

    Hola Todos!

    Can someone tell me where I can find the DIRS.RAW file format to import file areas in Synchronet 3.20? It's okay if you tell me here :)

    As it says in the SCFG help:
    A "raw" directory listing is a text file with sub-directory names only.

    I would really like to know if there is a way to import fileareas with the path where the files go

    The full-path for each directory? Are you wanting/expecting them to have different parent directories?
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  • From Angel Ripoll@2:341/66 to Digital Man on Wed Jul 12 00:43:12 2023

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    Hola Digital!

    11 Jul 23 10:56, Digital Man dijo a Angel Ripoll:

    As it says in the SCFG help:
    A "raw" directory listing is a text file with sub-directory names only.

    OK. No description then.

    I would really like to know if there is a way to import fileareas with
    the path where the files go

    The full-path for each directory? Are you wanting/expecting them to have different parent directories?

    Yes, that's exactly what I want. It's possible?

    Thanks :)

    Un saludo,
    Angel Ripoll
    aripoll @ zruspas.org

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  • From Digital Man@1:103/705 to Angel Ripoll on Tue Jul 11 15:53:10 2023
    Re: DIRS.RAW file format
    By: Angel Ripoll to Digital Man on Wed Jul 12 2023 12:43 am


    *** respondiendo un mensaje puesto en el area personal (personal).

    Hola Digital!

    11 Jul 23 10:56, Digital Man dijo a Angel Ripoll:

    As it says in the SCFG help:
    A "raw" directory listing is a text file with sub-directory names only.

    OK. No description then.

    I would really like to know if there is a way to import fileareas with
    the path where the files go

    The full-path for each directory? Are you wanting/expecting them to have different parent directories?

    Yes, that's exactly what I want. It's possible?

    Did you try just using the Import->Directory Listing... feature? That should allow you to import multiple directories from multiple different parents without having to create any listing files yourself.
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  • From Angel Ripoll@2:341/66 to Digital Man on Wed Jul 12 19:04:24 2023
    Hola Digital!

    11 Jul 23 15:53, Digital Man dijo a Angel Ripoll:

    Did you try just using the Import->Directory Listing... feature? That should allow you to import multiple directories from multiple different parents without having to create any listing files yourself. --

    Yes, that works but not quite as I would like. I can't automatically put the long and short name of each filename. I would like to be able to import a file containing the internal code of each filename, the long and short name and the full path. I don't know if that exists but it's what I would really like to have.

    Un saludo,
    Angel Ripoll
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  • From Angel Ripoll@2:341/66 to Digital Man on Wed Jul 12 19:14:30 2023
    Hola Digital!

    11 Jul 23 15:53, Digital Man dijo a Angel Ripoll:

    Did you try just using the Import->Directory Listing... feature? That should allow you to import multiple directories from multiple different parents without having to create any listing files yourself. --


    Yes, that works but not quite as I would like. I can't automatically put the long and short name of each filename. I would like to be able to import a file containing the internal code of each filename, the long and short name and the full path. I don't know if that exists but it's what I would really like to have.

    Un saludo,
    Angel Ripoll
    aripoll @ zruspas.org

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  • From Digital Man@1:103/705 to Angel Ripoll on Thu Jul 13 22:34:36 2023
    Re: DIRS.RAW file format
    By: Angel Ripoll to Digital Man on Wed Jul 12 2023 07:04 pm

    Hola Digital!

    11 Jul 23 15:53, Digital Man dijo a Angel Ripoll:

    Did you try just using the Import->Directory Listing... feature? That should allow you to import multiple directories from multiple different parents without having to create any listing files yourself. --

    Yes, that works but not quite as I would like. I can't automatically put the long and short name of each filename. I would like to be able to import a file containing the internal code of each filename, the long and short name and the full path. I don't know if that exists but it's what I would really like to have.

    Are you using v3.20? If so, the file.ini format is pretty straight forward and you can just use a text editor or script to add the file areas any way you like.
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  • From Angel Ripoll@2:341/66 to Digital Man on Fri Jul 14 23:22:56 2023
    Hola Digital!

    13 Jul 23 22:34, Digital Man dijo a Angel Ripoll:

    Are you using v3.20? If so, the file.ini format is pretty straight forward and you can just use a text editor or script to add the file areas any way you like. --

    Okay. I'll take a look, but it's not very easy for me

    Thanks :)

    Un saludo,
    Angel Ripoll
    aripoll @ zruspas.org

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