I don't know these tools, but you can have a fullscreen desription editor with just an alias:
alias XX=`( select /1 /z /a:-d describe (*) ) && XX`
for /a:-d %x in (*) describe "%X" /D"%@verinfo[%x,FileDescription]"
@echo off SETLOCAL :: Width reserved for showing filenames set WIDTH=40 :START :: For every file: show first %WIDT% characters of filename, ":" (we need this later on), description :: Select the file whose description you want to edit for /a:-d %x in (*) echo %@left[%WIDTH%,%x%@repeat[ ,%WIDTH%]] : %@descript["%x"] |! set THIS=%@word[":",0,%@select[con:,1,1,100,100,Titel]] if "%THIS%" == "" quit set THIS="%THIS%" :: If The filename is too long to fit on the screen, :: we have to find out what it is /what they are (hence %THIS%*) :: Add 2 to the length for the quotes IF %@LEN[%THIS%] == %@eval[%WIDTH% + 2] set THIS=%@expand[%THIS%*] :: In case of multiple files: Show warning and edit the description of all of them IF %@words[" ",%THIS%] GT 1 MSGBOX /W OK "Warning" Multiple files match this pattern .. for %%x in (%THIS%) DO ( :: Get current description, ask for new and update set NEW=%@descript[%%x] querybox /E %%x Description : %%NEW DESCRIBE %%x /D"%NEW%" unset NEW ) unset THIS goto :START
Wow, that is some serious research!On using 'v' file-manager as a description editor.
... a lot of useful things, including:
1. You have to fix the RT200 error on it. This means there are more cycles per tick, and the cycle counter overflows. The fix is a proggie that hunts down a borland pascal module in the program, and puts an updated version of the same in it.
If you are feeling really adventurous, and since the source code is included, you may want to re-compile using Free Pascal with the -Mtp switch. This would eliminate the need to patch the DOS .exe with the RT200 fix program.Wow, that is some serious research!
Do you know where one can find this RT200 fix program? Internet gave me quite some links, but I do not have the knowledge/wisdom to pick the right one.
Well, that *would* be adventurous, considering that I have practically zero programming experience, let alone experience in Pascal.If you are feeling really adventurous, ...