• DIRS.RAW file format

    From Angel Ripoll@VERT 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@VERT 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@VERT 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@VERT 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@VERT 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 Digital Man@VERT 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 MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Angel Ripoll on Fri Jul 14 10:57:18 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.

    the raw import is not great. you're better off importing it and then fixing it up. it would crap out on my large file system.
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  • From Angel Ripoll@VERT 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
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  • From Angel Ripoll@VERT to Mro on Fri Jul 14 23:21:32 2023
    Hola Mro!

    14 Jul 23 10:57, MRO dijo a Angel Ripoll:

    the raw import is not great. you're better off importing it and then fixing it up. it would crap out on my large file system.

    It will probably be something like that to do.

    Thanks :)

    Un saludo,
    Angel Ripoll
    aripoll @ zruspas.org

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