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Postby shx » Sun Oct 03, 2004 7:51 pm

Started to look at the new registry functions.

Keep up the good work.

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Postby reynoldlariza » Thu Oct 14, 2004 5:53 am

Version 2.4 is now released!!!

- added rlSplitFile and rlJoinFile functions.
- also includes two additional functions namely rlNumtoRoman and rlRomantoNum.

- This is also a good update for previous version, coz i modified/updated the rlFileList. Some had complained to me about the "[" and "]" as indication of directories since Windows(tm) OS allows this characters to be part of a filename. Its now changed to angle brackets "<" and ">". I hope there will be no more complains about this. If there is... don't hesitate to email me. :-)
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Postby Alberto Meyer » Thu Oct 14, 2004 6:17 am

Why not use the "pipe" | to separate items.
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Postby reynoldlariza » Thu Oct 14, 2004 7:38 pm

Quote: from Alberto Meyer on 9:17 am on Oct. 14, 2004
Why not use the "pipe" | to separate items.


thanks!

I coud put that! but i been thinking about, adding another parameter into which user can specify the character he/she want to be as a separator.
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Postby Guest » Sat Nov 20, 2004 1:25 am

Updates!!!
Version 2.6b is released!

- Added new Process Functions
- Added a parameter to rlGetAllAppHandle for more options. Allowing you to get only visible, only invisible, only unicode, or all windows running.
- Fixed a bug that may cause the NeoBook registry entry to be modified accidentally.
- (Quick Fix!!! from version 2.6 to 2.6b) added a [KillType] option to both rlKillProcessByProcID and rlKillProcessByFileName.
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Version 2.6c released: critical update release

Postby Guest » Mon Jan 31, 2005 11:07 pm

Version 2.6c
- Released Date: January 31, 2004
- Critical update: Fixed a bug in rlFileList that may coz it to return a string of a pointer to a previous directory, this happens when a directory to search is empty.
- changed/updated the source code, this prepares and ensures compatability with NeoBook v5. Thanks and credits to Jocelyn Berrendonner.
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Postby Guest » Tue Feb 01, 2005 1:04 am

hey reynoldlariza I noticed something in your example that is missing ..... in your menu the link to go to he splitit functions is not there ... just thought I would let you know so that you could fix it .
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Postby Guest » Tue Feb 01, 2005 2:17 am

SpiritHorseNOOT wrote:hey reynoldlariza I noticed something in your example that is missing ..... in your menu the link to go to he splitit functions is not there ... just thought I would let you know so that you could fix it .

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ugh :wink:  you're right, I overlooked the demo pub. ok I'll fix it on the next release, maybe before or after NB5 goes public. However if more demands for an urgent fix for the demo pub before this... I will  :wink:

Thanks for pointing this out.
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Postby Guest » Tue Feb 15, 2005 1:59 am

it is possible to make it so you don't have to know the orignal file extention for split files ?

unstead of something like this when split ..... myfile.001,myfile.002

have something like this when split .... myfile.exe.001,myfile.exe.001

basically when spliting it don't remove the actual file extention?
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Postby Guest » Tue Feb 15, 2005 3:48 am

SpiritHorseNOOT wrote:it is possible to make it so you don't have to know the orignal file extention for split files ?

unstead of something like this when split ..... myfile.001,myfile.002

have something like this when split .... myfile.exe.001,myfile.exe.001

basically when spliting it don't remove the actual file extention?



:lol:  you're right, how did i forget it? ok I'll have it done ater a week or two,  
thanks for pointing that out. I'm quite full right now, too much work to do, got to earn my allowance :wink:
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Postby Guest » Tue Feb 15, 2005 6:40 am

your welcome and thank you for the great plugin
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Postby Guest » Wed Feb 23, 2005 12:29 pm

rlFunctions 2.6d is released!!!  :)

- changed rlSplitIt functions to accept and create split files with file extension of the source file.
- also updated the demo pub which missed a menu link to the SplitIt function page. :wink:
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rlFunctions 2.6k is released!!! :)

Postby Guest » Fri Feb 25, 2005 9:28 am

rlFunctions version 2.6k is released!!! :D

- added 6 functions -> rlRemoveDirectory, rlGetFileSize, rlIsPathExists, rlEnableWindow, rlIsWindowEnabled, rlSetWindowText.
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Postby Guest » Sun Mar 06, 2005 4:54 am

Just a suggestion for the split functions of your plugin

when using the join function is it possible that you can make it so that the file when join is complete don't have to be the same directory as the .001

i.e. I have the first split file peice in c:\myprogram\peace.exe.001
then when I go to join the file back together again the output directory of the join file is d:\storage\peace.exe unstead of c:\myprogram\peace.exe

just some ideas for ya.
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Postby Guest » Sun Mar 06, 2005 11:13 am

SpiritHorseNOOT wrote:Just a suggestion for the split functions of your plugin

when using the join function is it possible that you can make it so that the file when join is complete don't have to be the same directory as the .001

i.e. I have the first split file peice in c:\myprogram\peace.exe.001
then when I go to join the file back together again the output directory of the join file is d:\storage\peace.exe unstead of c:\myprogram\peace.exe

just some ideas for ya.


I may have not fully understand... but do you mean you want to set/change the path to where the file must be created? yet the split files are in another path?

If yes... DONE!!! I will release it this week, I have also fixed the GUI problems I have with dropdown box mis-behavior.

I don't know but... do you think is it advantageous to set/change the filename and extension also? I'm thinking if I'm going to implement it or not.

Anyway, thanks for your suggestion :)

Oh I almost forgot, can you please look at my website and give me feedback about it too? :wink:
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