Fixed FOR command not enumerating subdirectories in v25

Aug 19, 2009
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Hello !

I've updated to Take Command v25 from v22, and the behaviour of the FOR command with the /a:d option seems to have either changed or is broken.

In v22, the following command will list the names of all of the subdirectories within the current directory:

for /a:d %a in (*.*) do echo %a

In v25, nothing is listed.

Is this an intentional change - I could not see a reference to it in the release notes for versions 23 through 25 - or is this not working as intended?

I know that I can achieve the same results with "FOR /d" but I have used "FOR /a:d" in numerous scripts, so thought I would see if this is a bug before I change anything.

Thanks in anticipation!

Chris
 
Aug 19, 2009
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Hello Rex!

I've downloaded Take Command v25 build 15, but the Setup executable that is served from your website is still build 14.

Chris