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[REBOL] Re: File versions: HELP!

From: arolls:bigpond:au at: 6-Jul-2001 22:00

Ok, from my understanding of your comments below; - you have two cd's - you want to go through the whole directory structure of each cd - for each .bat/.cmd file in the cd's, you would like to look inside - if you find a copy/isql command, you want to check that the filenames supplied as arguments actually exist on the cd ? - if you are copying a _thai file, in one of the copy commands, would you want to check that the destination is also a _thai file as well? - should the filename for the next isql command also be _thai as well? - will it be the same for _china as well? - and same again except no _thai/china at all? ie. myprog.exe - you want to report all discrepancies from the above rules? more comments below
> Hi all, > I'm doing a very boring work with M$ SourceSafe and a > couple of installation CDs. > The two CDs contain: > > 1 - Program v1.1 installation for Thailand > 2 - Program v1.2 *update* for Thailand > > The program runs on mixed system with DOS, OS/2 and NT > so everything is installed copying the directory tree on the > destination PCs and running the .BAT files. > > Under SourceSafe I have the Program v1.3 for both > Thailand and China and the .exe files are suffixed this way: > > myprog1_thai.exe > myprog1_china.exe > myprog2_thai.exe > myprog2_china.exe > ... > > What I am actually manually doing is: open all the > batch (.bat, .cmd) files in the directory tree and look for: > > copy %1/path/filename.ext %2/path/filename.ext > ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ > > isql %1/path/filename.ext parm1 parm2... > ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ > > checking if all the files are in the tree (with or > without the "_thai" suffix) AND VICEVERSA!!! > > Can anyone help me with a script to check if files are > the same (looking date and/or size)? I have no time to write > and test my own and I am very weak with 'parse.
size? %file.bat get in info? %file.bat 'date
> Mario Cassani
If you quickly respond I can help more. Anton.