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 File comments for:  Utility » Workbench » wbmakelink.lha

Wbmakelink

Description: A tool to make links all over your volumes.
Download: wbmakelink.lha
Version: 2.6
Date: 11 Dec 2011
Category: utility/workbench
FileID: 6762
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Comment by: cha05e90 (84.134.59.171)At: 11 Dec 2011, 09:12File version: 2.5
Sent the crashlog to your GMail account.
 
 
Comment by: OldFart (145.53.166.27)At: 11 Dec 2011, 08:46File version: 2.5
@cha05e90:

Ai! I'm rather surprised to hear this.
Yes please send me a crashlog!
 
 
Comment by: cha05e90 (84.134.30.103)At: 10 Dec 2011, 19:47File version: 2.5
Ui - crashes with "Recoberable Alert" on both systems (SAM440ep/PegasosII, OS4.1u3) after closing the program with "Cancel". Afterwards the systems are unstable/unusable (cold reboot needed. Should I send you a crashlog?
 
 
Comment by: OldFart (145.53.166.27)At: 10 Dec 2011, 11:36File version: 2.5
Yep! I know that feeling. I too hate, really HATE, it when archives unpack and place their contents hither and tither at the unpacking location, which btw, for me is 'T:'. So, all in all I want this aspect solved first thing, but NOT in a manual way. I want to have the computer do that for me. Automagically. Without me interfering. I hate, really HATE, interfering with processes which should be performing of their own accord. ;-)
 
 
Comment by: anonymous (83.149.3.78)At: 10 Dec 2011, 09:14File version: 2.5
But users hate (really hate) create directories manually when unpack something :)
 
 
Comment by: OldFart (145.53.166.27)At: 09 Dec 2011, 09:35File version: 2.5
Ah, it's you again, eh? ;-)

What I meant to say is, that I have not found an easy and integrated way to achieve this. I hate, and i really HATE, a manual approach. That manual part is in the creation of a directory with a non-fixed (i.e. the '_V2.5') part in its name.

I may build a little tool for just doing that, now I think of it...
 
 
Comment by: whose (46.115.32.208)At: 08 Dec 2011, 21:23File version: 2.5
Huh? Too hard to make up a project directory and lha this? ;)

Just make a directory called "WBMakelink_V2.5" (e.g. in RAM:, or cd to the "Projects" directory, where the wbmakelink_V2.5 directory resides), copy executable and other files there and give the shell a

"lha a -rx wbmakelink.lha WBMakelink_V2.5"

and if you wnt to give it the directory icon, too, give it a last

"lha a wbmakelink.lha WBMakelink_V2.5.info"

I did this with all my projects until now, not very hard to do ;)
 
 
Comment by: Thematic (80.186.9.136)At: 10 Nov 2005, 14:09File version: 1.0a
Well, SFS does not yet implement file links does it? Or was it hard links; I
just downloaded wbmakelink.lha and confirmed that the links are file links and
not something else, from the readme. So with FFS it should work fine.
 
 
Comment by: FuZion (82.36.50.54)At: 10 Nov 2005, 00:30File version: 1.0a
Why's that? I like the sound of this. Why would SFS cause a problem?
 
 
Comment by: Thematic (80.186.9.136)At: 09 Nov 2005, 18:21File version: 1.0a
Can this be used on SFS volumes? I don't think that would be wise..
 
 

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