โ̢ ̗(̾̈́͡◔̾̈́̈́͜ ̾̈́̈́͡◔̾̈́)̢ ̗〳Based on that article, I have chosen to try the “emcopy.exe” from EMC² , but I could not find the last version anywhere, even at the site of the company who created it. Therefore, I made my own DOS program.
I made it launched by a ‘right-click’ on any folder, then, on the link I added on the context-menu of the Explorer. It lists only the files having the ‘A’ attribute in that folder and its sub-folders. The results are recorded in a text file, then, it opens it in my TextPad text editor in which I made some macros to reorganize the results as I please.
Here is the process, i.e., the DOS program and the instructions in the registry for the context-menu:
“ _Archives.bat ”
In the registry:
DIR %1 /A:a /B /O:gne /S > %1\__Archives.txt
CALL "C:\Program Files (x86)\TextPad 6\TextPad.exe" %1\__Archives.txt
What I wanted to see in the context-menu is an Icon and the text ̒ ̒ Liste_pour_Archiver>__Archives.txt ̓ ̓ which means "List to Archive". So, I made two new keys: “Liste_pour_Archiver” and its sub-key “command”
Icon= REG_EXPAND_SZ %SystemRoot%\System32\ieframe.dll,96
Note: “@” is the (default) in a .reg file.
Then, I verified if it was automaticaly copied in:
I used the application “IconView.exe” (which does not need to be installed) to find the proper Icon.
Now, I just have to browse in the Explorer and drag those files to their respective USB keys/folders, even directly in their ZIP files. I was surprised how many folders I forgot to check out the attributes ‼
Regards, ¿̒ ̡͡ ʅ