Yesterday someone asked my how many PSP games I had (hahaha, how utterly illegal!), and I needed a list of a directory. Since there were a lot of games muhahaha I wanted a quick way to have a list of all the directories. And then I remembered a little program I made, Dirlister 1.0.1.
What does this program do?
- The installer adds a directory context menu item in the registry
- This registry key points to dirlist.bat
- Dirlist.bat contains very basic dos commands to display a directory list
- The output is redirect to a text file (in the default temporary directory)
- Finally, Notepad starts up and displays that file.
- Dirty code, the program doesn’t delete the temporary file it creates.
- Installer still asks for an install-directory, but that’s not needed, since dirlist.bat is copied to C:\Windows. If I install to another directory, I have to change the %path% variable too.
- Only tested in Windows XP (although there’s no reason why Windows 2000 wouldn’t work)