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TakeControl: Change Log
Sat, 10 Nov 2018 10:40:11 +0000

Version 3.23

Found a bug in "GiveEveryoneFullPermission.bat", which called the wrong script. This bug has been fixed in this version.


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Absolute Name (GPL)
Sat, 10 Nov 2018 09:29:11 +0000

"AbsoluteName.sh" is a Bourne Shell script that outputs the full absolute path of the supplied relative path argument. If the supplied relative path does not exist or cannot be found, this script outputs nothing.

"AbsoluteName.sh" is distributed as executable source code under the GNU General Public License. Please see the license agreement on this web site. If you make changes to this shell script, please feel free to upload it back here to share it with others.

Usage

  "AbsoluteName.sh" "directory"
or
"AbsoluteName.sh" "file"

Examples

  ~$ AbsoluteName.sh "test"

~$ AbsoluteName.sh ".ssh"
/home/waldo/.ssh

~$ AbsoluteName.sh "/etc/hosts"
/etc/hosts

/$ AbsoluteName.sh "etc/hosts"
/etc/hosts

/$ AbsoluteName.sh "etc/hosts.allow"
/etc/hosts.allow


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Absolute Name (GPL)
Sat, 10 Nov 2018 09:25:13 +0000

"AbsoluteName.cmd" is Windows batch program that outputs the full absolute path of the supplied relative path argument. If the supplied relative path does not exist or cannot be found, this script outputs nothing.

"AbsoluteName.cmd" takes advantage of the following batch files. They are also available on this web site. So to use "Which.bat", you'll have to download these other batch scripts, if you don't already have them.

basename.bat
dirname.bat
DriveName.cmd
GetTempPathName.bat
IsDirectory.bat
SetNumberOfArguments.bat
SetVariableToOutput.bat
StrLen.cmd

"AbsoluteName.cmd" is distributed as executable source code under the GNU General Public License. Please see the license agreement elsewhere on this site. If you make changes to this batch file, please feel free to upload it back here to share it with others.

Usage

  "AbsoluteName.cmd" "directory"
or
"AbsoluteName.cmd" "file"

Examples

  C:\>AbsoluteName.cmd "test"

C:\>AbsoluteName.cmd "Windows\System"
C:\Windows\System

C:\>AbsoluteName.cmd "c:\Windows\System32"
c:\Windows\System32

C:\>AbsoluteName.cmd "Windows/System"
C:\Windows\System


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SetVariableToOutput.bat (GPL)
Sat, 10 Nov 2018 08:31:20 +0000

Found out today that double-quoting the entire command string is necessary to handle commands and file names containing parenthesis (). See examples shown in earlier posts.


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Run As Administrator (GPL)
Sun, 26 Aug 2018 09:46:07 +0000

Made two minor enhancement. One is adding debug functionality. Two is making it more concurrent with other instances. New version is attached below.


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