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Can't run multiple batch files sequentially from master batch file in Win7
When starting another batch CALL will start it in the same window and the called batch has access to the same variable context. So it can also change variables which affects the caller. Using wait in your batch file to call the executable will wait for them to exit before. START /WAIT batch1.bat START /WAIT batch2.bat Hope this helps

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Batch file to edit multiple files in a directory
Just doing what you have asked: @echo off for %%F in ("C:xml*.xml") do ( echo Processing %%F echo Removing... for /f "skip=17 delims=*" %%a in ("%%F") do ( echo %%a >>C: ewfile.xml ) >nul echo Lines removed, rebuilding file... xcopy C: ewfile.xml "%%F" /y >nul echo File rebuilt, removing temporary files del C: ewfile.xml /f /q >nul msg * Done! echo( ) exit >nul But I believe you wanted "delims=" (no delimiters) or "tokens=*" (all tokens), not "delims=*" (break at *). Also, the code can be greatly simplified and be made much more efficient: @echo off for %%F in ("C:xml*.xml") do ( >"%%F.new" (for /f "skip=17 delims=" %%a in ("%%F") do echo %%a) move /y "%%F.new" "%%F" >nul echo %%F ) msg * Done! exit /b Even faster, use MORE as lo

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Find Special Characters in multiple csv files with a batch file
That seems like a drastic measure to completely drop the entire value if a single character exists, but it can be done. Note that the you must account for the fact that the first value does not have a leading comma, and the last value does not have a trailing comma. This solution will not properly handle quoted values containing commas. I'm using a hybrid JScript/batch utility called REPL.BAT that performs a regex search and replace on stdin and writes the result to stdout. It is pure script that works on any modern Windows from XP onward - no 3rd party executebable required. Full documentation is embedded within the utility. Assuming that REPL.BAT is in your current directory, or better yet, somewhere within your path: @echo off for %%F in (*.csv) do ( type "%%F" | repl "(^|,)[^,]*

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Force use of online webfont instead of installed webfont
You could use google webfont for that(http://www.google.com/fonts/). When you click use,they show how to use the webfont: http://www.google.com/fonts/#UsePlace:use Hoop this helps!

Categories : HTML

Batch file to filter strings from text and replace... but in a single batch instead of multiple?
for /f "tokens=1 delims=# " %%a in (id.txt) do ( >>trials.txt echo(#%%a >>test_out.txt echo(Give trial:%%a ) Don't really know whether you need trials.txt or whether id.txt contains ONLY lines matching #nnn ...

Categories : Windows

find and replace in multiple batch files
You can use Sublime Text (it's a free unlimited evaluation) to 'Find > Find in Files'. The find and replace options will appear at the bottom. Type 'apples' in 'Find:', type your location in 'Where', and type 'mangos' in 'replace', then click 'Replace.' Goodluck!

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Remux contents of multiple files to .mkv using batch
try this: for %x in (*.mp4) do mkvmerge -o "%~nx.mkv" "%~x" "%~nx.srt" For more info look at the docu.

Categories : Windows

Batch file to: move files into a sub folder if they contain the filename of another file
not tested : @echo off call :copy_pdf "2NC1_Outsourced1NC1_Light" call :copy_pdf "2NC1_Outsourced1NC1_Heavy" goto :eof :copy_pdf [%1 - directory to search] if not exist "%~1" echo dir not exist >2 & exit /b 1 pushd "..\%~1" for %%N in (*.nc1) { for /f "delims=" %%P in ('dir /b /s /a:-d *.pdf^| find /i "%%~nN"') do ( move /-y "%%~nP.nc1" "%~1" ) ) popd

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Batch file to loop through contents of a text file, create variables and move files with partial names
Test this - the top portion creates the test files and folders. It then moves the files as you seem to want them moved. @echo off md "c:mylibrary2Accident Investigation Report" 2>nul md "c:mylibrary2Address Change" 2>nul type nul > "c:mylibrary2Accident Investigation Report2013-06-06 16-28-59 165 Accident Investigation Report - J Bloggs.pdf" type nul > "c:mylibrary2Accident Investigation Report2013-06-06 16-28-59 165 Accident Investigation Report - J Bloggs.xml" type nul > "c:mylibrary2Address Change2013-06-06 16-28-59 165 Address Change - J Bloggs.pdf" type nul > "c:mylibrary2Address Change2013-06-06 16-28-59 165 Address Change - J Bloggs.xml" type nul > "c:mylibrary2Accident Investigation Report2013-06-11 15-38-07 147 Accident Investigation Report - L Test.pdf" typ

Categories : Windows

How to change an image tag url in multiple html files using batch script?
@ECHO OFF SETLOCAL enabledelayedexpansion for /r U: %%i in (*.html) do ( echo found %%i SET outfile="%%~dpni.lmth" ( SETLOCAL disabledelayedexpansion FOR /F "usebackq delims=" %%L IN ("%%i") DO ( SET "line=%%L" SETLOCAL ENABLEDELAYEDEXPANSION SET "line=!line:/live/=/test/! echo !line! ENDLOCAL ) ENDLOCAL )>!outfile! ) pause GOTO :EOF How about this development? Notes: I've modified your FOR/R to ECHO the HTML file being processed and use %%i rather than switching to %%f. U: is my RAMDRIVE; you'd need to modify that to suit. outfile is set to generate a filename which matches the HTML filename, but with a .lmth extension (can't update in-place) - it gets that from the ~dpn prefixing the i, which means the drive, path and name of the file %%i. It's

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batch script to delete and replace files in multiple locations
You could do something like this: Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") profilesFolder = "C:Users" firefoxProfiles = "AppDataRoamingMozillaFirefoxProfiles" For Each fldr In fso.GetFolder(profilesFolder) profilePath = fso.BuildPath(fldr.Path, firefoxAppdata) If fso.FolderExists(profilePath) Then For Each profile In fso.GetFolder(profilePath) certdb = fso.BuildPath(profile, "cert8.db") prefs = fso.BuildPath(profile, "prefs.js") If fso.FileExists(certdb) Then 'replace cert8.db End If If fso.FileExists(prefs) Then 'modify prefs.js End If Next End If Next The code for replacing the DB file and modifying the preferences depends on where the replacement DB comes from and what you want to add or update in the

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Copy Files using a batch file
Try this from the command line for %f in (de.txt en.txt es.txt fr.txt it.txt ja.txt nl.txt pt.mo zh_CN.txt) do echo xcopy "C: extfiles\%~nf.mo" "D: extfiles\%~nf\%~nf.mo" or in batch file for %%f in (de.txt en.txt es.txt fr.txt it.txt ja.txt nl.txt pt.mo zh_CN.txt) do echo xcopy "C: extfiles\%%~nf.mo% "D: extfiles\%%~nf\%%~nf.mo"

Categories : Windows

Make shared memory for multiple batch files running simultaneously
If you store you data in a memory mapped file, you can load it multiple times across processes without additional copies. You can even make changes in one process and see than changes in another. The problem with this is you have to work with off heap memory. This works simplest if the data file is already in a binary form you can use. i.e. you don't need to parse it.

Categories : Java

Renaming files with a windows batch file
This should work for what you wanted. @echo off for /f "delims=" %%X in ('dir /a:-d /b *.txt') do ( for /f "tokens=1,2,3,* delims=_." %%A in ("%%~nxX") do ( echo %%A%%D ) ) Replace the echo command with ren "%%~fX" "%%A%%D" when you want to rename them.

Categories : Windows

how to write a batch file to execute TCL files
Um, are you sure you're writing Tcl? This isn't the syntax for Tcl. What you might be looking for is: for {set i 1} {$i < 100} {incr i} { set ns [new Simulator] .... ....(my NS code) .... $ns run } You use braces everywhere. The only time I can think of using brackets is for arrays, but I don't think I know Tcl deep enough to ascertain this, and your start conditions, test and next commands are in their own braces and incr i is equivalent to i++. Now, new is not a built-in function in Tcl. Do you have a proc named new somewhere? If you don't, then you'll get errors.

Categories : Batch File

batch file to list all txt files from other directories
I'm not completely sure this will work on multiple directories but you could try it. Cd E:[path] for /d %%a in (*) do (if %~xa == .txt echo %%a >> input_list.tmp) for /f %%a in (input_list.tmp) do (copy %%a C:USERSMRAH) note the batch file needs to be run from the E:[path] also note you save it as a .tmp file to prevent it from logging itself also instead of making an input_list file do it directly: for /d %%a in (*) do (if %~xa == .txt copy %%a C:usersMRAH) Tell me if this doesn't work Yours, Mona

Categories : Windows

How to recursively zip utf-8 files and folders from a batch file?
Windows's ZIP file shell extension (“Compressed Folders”) doesn't support Unicode filenames. Instead it takes the byte filename string and interprets it using a locale-specific legacy encoding (which varies from machine to machine and is never a UTF). It looks like you've got some further mangling in the zipping-up process too as it doesn't look like a straight UTF-8 misinterpretation; you could get a better idea of what the filenames are in the ZIP by using another tool that does support Unicode to open it (eg 7zip). But the point is likely moot: if you are expecting the consumers of the ZIP file to be Windows users, the only safe filename characters are ASCII.

Categories : Windows

Binary converter tool/script in OS X (to generate webfont from old PostScript font file)?
sourceforge Mac Binary Converter is not working. Download code from sourceforge Open terminal and compile $ cd /macbinconv/Make/PB $ xcodebuild -configuration Release Or download Mac Binary Converter from this shared link

Categories : Osx

Batch file to create multiple variables from single lines in a text file
This should work: @echo off setlocal EnableDelayedExpansion set "Count=1" for /f "tokens=1,2,3,4,5,6,7 delims==: " %%A in (C:File.txt) do ( set "%%A[!Count!]=%%C" set "%%D[!Count!]=%%E" set "%%F[!Count!]=%%G" set /a "Count+=1" ) :: Call other batch script here. endlocal Example Output: COMPUTER[1]=PC COMPUTER[2]=PC2 ADDRESS[1]=154.100.1.1 ADDRESS[2]=100.100.1.1 MASK[1]=255.255.254.0 MASK[2]=255.255.254.0

Categories : Batch File

Spring batch Multithreaded processing for Single file to Multiple FIle
About multi-thread read How to set up multi-threading in Spring Batch? answer; it will point you to right direction. Also, in this sample there are some consideration about restart for CSV file Job should automatically fails if some error on thread: I have never tried, but this should be the default behaviour Spring Batch How to set time interval between each call in a Chunk tasklet can be a start. Also, official doc about Backoff Policies - When retrying after a transient failure it often helps to wait a bit before trying again, because usually the failure is caused by some problem that will only be resolved by waiting. If a RetryCallback fails, the RetryTemplate can pause execution according to the BackoffPolicy in place. Let me known if this help or how you solve problem because I'm

Categories : Multithreading

Batch file to run xcopy without overwriting existing files
Try using /y: xcopy s:* z: /E /y See MS documentation for details. EDIT: Arun R is right, this answer overwrites existing files instead of skipping them. The link he provides gives some solutions.

Categories : Windows

Copy files to destination with a backup - batch file
try this: cd /d sourcefolder for %%a in (*.txt) do ( if exist "destinationfolder\%%~a" ( move /y "destinationfolder\%%~a" "destinationfolder\%%~a.bkup" ) copy "%%~a" "destinationfolder\%%~a" )

Categories : Windows

use batch file to close network shared files
There are two ways you can do this easily via a batch script: NET SESSION \computername /delete or SC RESTART LanmanServer The first terminates all sessions for the specified computer name. The latter stops and restarts the file server, which would effectively terminate all sessions.

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checkout Selected files using batch file from Tortoise SVN
You can't checkout single file, less possible SOURCE URL is only parent folder of file You can svn cat any file from repository-URL and redirect output into local file, but this file will be: Unversioned data Unrelated to repository

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Use Batch file to rename files and increment postfix
Rather than iterate all possible numbers, it is more efficient to process just the files that exist. I temporarily append .ren to the files as a first step so that I don't have to worry about processing in descending order. This solution assumes that all existing .XLS files that begin with P W or T are to be renamed and follow the correct naming convention. It also assumes the files to be renamed are in the current directory. @echo off setlocal enableDelayedExpansion for %%C in (P T W) do ren %%C*.xls *.*.ren ren ?.xls.ren ?0000.* for %%F in (*.xls.ren) do ( set "num=%%F" set /a "num=1!num:~1,4! - 9999" set "num=000!num!" ren %%F ?!num:~-4!.xls ) Here is a more direct but perhaps less efficient version that safely ignores .XLS files beginning with P T or W that do not meet the

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batch file-count the number of files copied over
read HELP XCOPY and then use XCOPY /L /Q command to achieve what you want. or alternatively, I would use ROBOCOPY http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robocopy

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Listing the files inside a folder using batch file
Shouldn't have worked from the prompt. In a batch file, you need to change any % for the metavariable (%F in this case) to %%. Having said that however, (or, from the prompt, %F and %f) are two different animals. It's virtually the only situation where batch is case-sensitive. Your command attempts to rename files using their NAME only (~nF) so if it was to encounter fred.txt it would attempt to rename Fred.xml to -er, 1.xml (I think, maybe %~nf.xml) Best to say what you're trying to do. We're reasonably slick at crufting up solutions...

Categories : Shell

Enqueue multiple playlist items from file in vlc using a batch file
I use a command like this to transcode and close VLC start "" /w /min "c:Program Filesvideolanvlcvlc.exe" "%%~nxa" --sout #transcode{acodec=mp3,ab=192,channels=2}:std{access=file,mux=raw,dst=temp~.mp3} vlc://quit You may like to try adding this to the end of your command line. vlc://quit

Categories : PHP

Creating Windows batch file to create folder/ files
Assuming that the first part of the file name (DM####) will always be 6 characters long you could do this: @echo off setlocal EnableDelayedExpansion for %%a in (*VI*) do ( set "folder=%%~na" set "folder=!folder:~0,6!" if not exist "!folder!" md "!folder!" move "%%~nxa" "!folder!" ) for %%a in (*MI*) do ( set "folder=%%~na" set "folder=!folder:~0,6!MI" if not exist "!folder!" md "!folder!" move "%%~nxa" "!folder!" )

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Intelligent folder in windows using batch file to copy files
Something like this might work: @echo off setlocal set "file=C:path oyour.file" set "destination=D:somefolder" :loop call :GetSize "%file%" s1 call :Sleep 10 call :GetSize "%file%" s2 if %s1% neq %s2% goto loop call :MoveUnlessExists "%file%" goto :eof :GetSize set "%~2=%~z1" goto :eof :Sleep set /a "n=%1+1" ping -n %n% 127.0.0.1 >nul goto :eof :MoveUnlessExists if not exist "%destination%\%~nx1" move "%~f1" "%destination%" goto :eof

Categories : Windows

In batch file loop, applying JSLint to files, excluding some extensions
inside a code block you need dalayed expansion and !variables!: @ECHO OFF &SETLOCAL ENABLEDELAYEDEXPANSION for /r "%cd%" %%f in (*.js) do ( set "my_file=%%~nxf" set "fileNoMin=!my_file:.min=!" if "!my_file!"=="!fileNoMin!" ( echo ********** Verifying %%~nxf ********** cscript /nologo JsLintjslint-for-wsh.js %%f ) )

Categories : Windows

Run a batch file that would delete files in a folder (and its sub folders) that are older then 30 days
I did some copy and paste for you from here: forfiles -p "C:whatever" -s -m *.* /D -30 /C "cmd /c del @path" See forfile documentation for more details.

Categories : Windows

Batch file to delete subfolders in directory if all files is older than 3 days
This uses a VBS script to calculate the date 3 days ago, and then checks if any files are younger than that, using xcopy, and if no files are younger than 3 days then it should remove the "C:UsersMahmo03SShabanAnsys" folder and subdirectories. 3 days is a date calculation and not exactly 72 hours. It's not tested. @echo off call :date today -3 echo mm-dd-yyyy 3 days ago was: %day% xcopy "C:UsersMahmo03SShabanAnsys*.*" "%temp%" /l /s /d:%day% |find ":" >nul if %errorlevel% EQU 1 rd /s /q "C:UsersMahmo03SShabanAnsys" goto :EOF :date set date1=%1 set qty=%2 set separator=%~3 if /i "%date1%" EQU "TODAY" (set date1=now) else (set date1="%date1%") echo >"%temp%\%~n0.vbs" s=DateAdd("d",%qty%,%date1%) echo>>"%temp%\%~n0.vbs" WScript.Echo year(s)^&_ echo>>"%temp%\%~n0.vb

Categories : Windows

Need to create a batch file to keep on the desktop to empty a folder we keep files in temporarily
I hope I have understood your question right. With this batch script written into a .bat file you can delete the content of the tmpFolder specified between the two double-quotes. It is a little workaround to make the code easier: first the folder is deleted with all content and then a new is created. SET tmpFolder="" REM for example: SET tmpFolder="C:UseruserDesktop mpfolder" rd /s /q %tmpFolder% mkdir %tmpFolder% Just open notepad and save this code with the inserted tmpFolder var on the desktop. Important is the extension of the file: name it for example "deleteTmp.bat". Don't forget to change the filetype (under the textbox for entering the name) into "all (*.*)".

Categories : Misc

Windows batch - Move files to folders based on file name & extension
EDITED to use different destination folders. Don't use a - in the batch filename if you plan to use it in the same folder. Try this. It uses the first - in the filename as the delimiter, removes the last character which is a space, makes a directory if it needs it or not, and moves the files into the appropriate folder. Filenames containing ! and % could be an issue. @echo off cd /d "c:To-Process" setlocal enabledelayedexpansion for %%a in (*-*.*) do ( for /f "delims=-" %%b in ("%%a") do ( set "f=%%b" if /i "%%~xa"==".pdf" ( md "C:/documents/sales/pdf/!f:~0,-1!" 2>nul move "%%a" "C:/documents/sales/pdf/!f:~0,-1!" >nul ) if /i "%%~xa"==".xlsm" ( md "C:/documents/sales/excel/!f:~0,-1!" 2>nul move "%%a" "C:/documen

Categories : Windows

How do I write a batch file to feed a list of files to a format converter?
The loop variable %%a already has the .dbf filename, so your command-line should look like this: for /r %%a in (*.dbf) do C:/dbf2csv/dbf2csv.exe "%%~fa" "%%~dpna.csv" ...

Categories : Batch File

To create a batch file which will display text files older than 30 mins
@echo off setlocal set "t_dir=C: estdir" set "Win32_D_path=%t_dir:=\%" for /f "skip=2 tokens=2 delims=,." %%W in ('wmic path Win32_Directory where name^="%Win32_D_path%" get CreationDate /Format:csv') do set "dir_c_date=%%W" set dir_YYYY=%dir_c_date:~0,4% set dir_MM=%dir_c_date:~4,2% set dir_DD=%dir_c_date:~6,2% set dir_HH=%dir_c_date:~8,2% set dir_min=%dir_c_date:~10,2% set dir_sec=%dir_c_date:~12,2% set leap_year=n set /a ly=dir_YYYY %% 1 if %ly% EQU 0 ( set leap_year=y ) else ( goto :elyc) set /a ly=dir_YYYY %% 100 if %ly% EQU 0 ( set leap_year=n ) else ( goto :elyc) set /a ly=dir_YYYY %% 400 if %ly% EQU 0 ( set leap_year=y ) else ( goto :elyc)

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Batch file to recursively move files to first level directory from deeper subdirectories
try this: @ECHO OFF &SETLOCAL FOR /r "F:" %%a IN (*.rar) DO ( SET "fname=%%~nxa" SET "fpath=%%~fa" FOR /f "tokens=1,2 delims=" %%b IN ("%%~fa") DO SET "targetfolder=%%~b\%%~c" SETLOCAL ENABLEDELAYEDEXPANSION CALL :moveit "!fpath!" "!targetfolder!" "!fname!" ENDLOCAL ) GOTO :eof :moveit SETLOCAL SET "nname=%~3" :loop SET /a fcount+=1 IF EXIST "%~2\%nname%" ( SET "nname=%~n3 (%fcount%)%~x3" GOTO :loop ) ECHO MOVE "%~1" "%~2\%nname%" MOVE "%~1" "%~2\%nname%" ENDLOCAL EXIT /b

Categories : Windows

Creating Batch to keeping one file and deleting the rest when all files have same extension and in same folder
Very easy. Use the for /r loop for /r "Photograph" %%a in (*) do ( if %%~na NEQ [file to keep e.g. bird] del "%%a" ) Run this from the desktop and it will delete all files put in the folder "Photograph" except for the file name put in the specified place. I tried this myself and it worked fine. Tell me if you need anything else, Yours Mona Alternate forfiles /p "[pathtofile including file itself]" /c "cme.exe /c if @fname NEQ "bird" del @path" That should work.

Categories : Batch File

How do I find a string in text files and print the matches in a Windows batch file?
Not sure which OS platform to be answered for, But Linux/Unix systems can have the following command used for this purpose. find . -name '*.ext' -type f | xargs fgrep 'pattern to be searched' This will search the files starting from current directory and check for the 'pattern to be searched'. The file name pattern with wildcard can be applied where I have used '*.ext'

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