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Looking for a particular type of program, pls help.


Cyberman1969

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Ive been hunting all the web for ages now, I am trying to find an application that would show a file tree of any given installed application.

Using: Windows 7.

Thanks Darrell

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Nontek

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look for Directory Printer here

This might be what you want.

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lotvic

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Here is what I use, in notepad save the text below as treelist.bat file. (or instead of 'treelist' call it whatever you want) Place it in the root directory folder you want to index, then run it (it's a simple one but works for me)

tree /f /a >dir.txt

it saves a simple file tree to dir.txt (it creates that text file in same directory folder that you have the *.bat file) Just remember to rename the dir.txt file to something else before running the program again also before running it make sure there is not already a file called dir.txt.

you could edit the dir.txt in the .bat before you run it if you wanted to. (rightclick on the .bat file > edit)

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