DirHTML (filesystem list utility)

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DirHTML (filesystem list utility)

#1 Post by milentechie » Fri Jun 09, 2006 8:54 am

[Mod note: the present is now the official forum topic for DirHTML (http://www.portablefreeware.com/?id=308); this topic is a merger of several different topics, originally posted to "Portable Freeware Update" and the old "Portable Apps That Run Under Emulation" (deleted!); the OP has been renamed, its original subject was: "dirhtml v4.75"]

dirhtml v4.75

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Synopsis: Dirhtml creates html files from a directory list using the GUI or command line, optionally including HTML code of your own design at any point in the generated file

Writes settings to: Application folder.

How to extract: Download the ZIP file and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch the program by double-clicking on dirhtml.exe.


Unicode support: None

License: Freeware

System Requirements: Windows NT/XP/2000/Vista

Download: http://home.pacbell.net/nitzsche/dirhtml/dirhtml.zip

Website: http://home.pacbell.net/nitzsche/dirhtml/dirhtml.html

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#2 Post by Andrew Lee » Sat Jun 10, 2006 9:46 pm

I have moved this topic to the "Portable Freeware Update" forum because dirhtml already exists in the database.

I have updated the database entry with the new version and size.


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Updated again (today)

#4 Post by flector » Sun Jul 23, 2006 1:40 pm

To make a long story short, vector.reserve makes column sorting something like a zillion times faster.

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#5 Post by Fluffy » Sun Jul 23, 2006 2:08 pm

Entry has been updated, thanks!

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dirhtml v4.78

#6 Post by flector » Fri Oct 27, 2006 12:33 pm

It's essentially a maintenance release.

New feature: file table headers can be repeated after folder anchors.

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#7 Post by Andrew Lee » Sat Oct 28, 2006 6:46 am

Database updated. Thanks!

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dirhtml v4.79

#8 Post by flector » Mon Dec 18, 2006 12:11 pm

Dirhtml builds customizable html files from a folder branch using the gui or command line.

New in v4.79:
* Some new options, mostly intended for long-time users
* Bug fixes
* An internationalization scheme which allows user interface text elements to be translated via a unicode xml file

http://home.pacbell.net/nitzsche/dirhtml/dirhtml.html

Release notes: http://home.pacbell.net/nitzsche/dirhtml/releases.html

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DirHtml 4.80

#9 Post by AlephX » Tue Jan 23, 2007 2:31 am

Site
http://home.pacbell.net/nitzsche/dirhtml/dirhtml.html
???: Version 4.80 released.
New script sections added: /PRE_HREF_FOLDER, /POST_HREF_FOLDER, /SIZE_TD, /SIZE_TD2, /DATE_TD, /DATE_TD2, /TIME_TD, /TIME_TD2, /FILE_TABLE_ROW, /FOLDER_TABLE_ROW, /ANCHOR_TABLE_ROW;
Outdated entries are removed from ini files;
%%F includes the relative file path, when appropriate;
Interface font is user-selectable;
Builds can be cancelled more or less instantly during a sort;
Selected folders and scripts are added to combo boxes based on complete rather than partial matches;
Progress dialog shows when anchors are being generated;
An error message is shown when an attempt to launch a generated file fails;
The number of characters in visible anchor links can be limited;
Folder and script listbox items can be deleted by hovering over them with the mouse and pressing Delete;
Fixed a bug which prevented an anchor from being being generated for the root folder of a drive (e.g. C:\);
Fixed a bug that changed the anchor table setting when "Sort By Folders" was toggled and a build executed; Removed align="center" from table header cells;
Scripts can be in little endian unicode format
Last edited by AlephX on Wed Jan 24, 2007 7:18 am, edited 1 time in total.

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#10 Post by AlephX » Wed Jan 24, 2007 7:17 am

it´s here!!!
I often ask myself: "What have I to ask myself?"...

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#11 Post by flector » Wed Jan 24, 2007 9:42 am

FYI, dirhtml v4.80 has just been updated (1/24/07). Please update to the newer version.

The version released yesterday didn't write two settings to .ini files under certain conditions, notably when new batch files are created. Functionality was otherwise unaffected.

download page: http://home.pacbell.net/nitzsche/dirhtml/dirhtml.html
release notes: http://home.pacbell.net/nitzsche/dirhtml/releases.html

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Running Dirhtml from a Batch file

#12 Post by max_smacks » Thu Feb 08, 2007 6:55 am

When I create a batch file using the program it writes the batch file and an *.ini file. However, when I try and run the batch file, the program crashes - it writes the frame page, but not the left and write pages...

Here is the contents of the batch file:
"D:\Program Files\dirhtml\dirhtml.exe" "D:\Program Files\dirhtml\frenchbat.ini"

Here is the contents of the frenchbat.ini file:
[DIRHTML]
multi_recurse_title=FOLDER
language_file=""
active_page=5
column_wise_sort=TRUE
sort_folders_first=TRUE
sort_type=N+
path="S:\Library\Marketing Material\translation\french"
folders="S:\Library\Marketing Material\translation\french"
custom_html_filename="green.txt"
scripts_list="green.txt"
skip_files="*.htm*"
file_spec="*.doc;*.pdf;*.lng;*.gif"
output_filename="frame.htm"
title="%%Folder"
skip_folders=
filename_include_strings="*.doc;*.pdf;*.lng;*.gif"
rectangular_tables=TRUE
anchors_use_backslash=TRUE
sizes_by_k=TRUE
build_unicode_files=TRUE
use_rn_for_linebreaks=FALSE
replace_latin_chars=FALSE
non_functional_links=FALSE
href20=TRUE
include_filesize=TRUE
include_subfolders=FALSE
include_date=TRUE
include_summary=FALSE
supress_headers=FALSE
supress_parent_link=TRUE
euro_date_style=FALSE
suppress_extensions=FALSE
full_pathname_links=FALSE
suppress_visible_links=FALSE
replace_iso_chars=TRUE
include_time=TRUE
doctype=xhtml_transitional
anchor_chars=0
insert_commas=TRUE
use_html_titles_for_links=FALSE
folder_columns=1
anchor_columns=1
file_columns=1
use_file_table_script_elements=TRUE
force_framed_settings=TRUE
repeat_anchor_headers=FALSE
multi_recurse_link=FALSE
recursive_build_single_file=FALSE
build_framed_site=TRUE
show_folder_names=TRUE
left_frame_file="left_frame3.txt"
right_frame_file="right_frame3.txt"
frameset_file="frameset.txt"
multi_recurse_skip_root=FALSE
recurse_link_folders_to_default_filename=TRUE
recursive_build=TRUE
folder_anchors=TRUE
folder_word="<b>Folders</b>"
filename_word="<b>File</b>"
size_word="<b>Size</b>"
date_word="<b>Date</b>"
anchor_word="<b>Anchors</b>"
parent_word="<Back>"
root_anchor_word="<root>"
summary_files_word="Files:"
summary_folders_word="Folders:"
summary_size_word="Size of all files:"
folder_sort_word=""
version="dirhtml v4.80"


Thanks, Hope you can help!

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Re: batch file crash

#13 Post by flector » Fri Feb 09, 2007 4:37 pm

That bug was fixed on 2/9/07. It only affected building framed sites using batch files.

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#14 Post by max_smacks » Fri Feb 09, 2007 7:36 pm

Thanks. The program works like a charm now and it does everything it says it does - really useful program.

Thanks

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DirHTM on Slax KillBill

#15 Post by teobromina » Sun Apr 22, 2007 6:39 am

DirHTM:

http://home.pacbell.net/nitzsche/dirhtml/dirhtml.html

is running on Slax KillBill 5.1.8, enabled with Wine.

OK, I am lucky today! I see that I can use most of my favorite portable apps compiled for Windows, inside Slax, which is a portable (live) Linux...

I made some trials with Puppy instaling before a Wine.PUP unnoficial extension. The reason for using Slax instead of Puppy for my reports is because with the KillBill edition you have nothing to install. Everything is already prepared and you have only to test a Windows executable as when running Windows, by clicking on the EXE. Thats all! I think this is good for those that want to move to Linux but are thinking that they will lost much of their prefferred apps and its way to use the computer.

With Slax I do not care about to adapt my keyboard neither, because I am using at boot time the Spanish.MO that is integrating itself in the filesystem and adapts my computer to Spanish.

My way to use Slax is to boot the computer with a boot.iso (in the page of Slax downloads there is a booting ISO) http://www.slax.org/download.php (See Slax boot CD), with my pendrive plugged in. In the pendrive there is the folder "base" and the folder "modules" and the file "livecd.sgn" copied all from the KillBill edition ISO, downloaded in the same page. 8)

*JT. :lol:
"Lo que tengas que hacer, hazlo pronto" (Juan 13, 27) / "What you do, do quickly" (John 13, 27)
http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teobromina / http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theobromine

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