FileDateTime Content Plugin for Total Commander

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FileDateTime Content Plugin for Total Commander

Post by *J.Bl » 2012-03-02, 19:30 UTC

The FileDateTime Content Plugin for Total Commander (wdx) is now available in the Version v2.02, that includes a 64-bit edition of the plugin. It supports Unicode.

You can get it from here
www.totalcmd.net/plugring/wdx_filedatetime.html

... and from here
www.bleichroth.info/pub/wdx

It is on the "List of 64-bit plugins and addons" which is part of the Total Commander Wiki
http://ghisler.ch/wiki/index.php/List_of_64-bit_plugins

Please put suggestions, hints, bug reports about this plugin here in this thread.

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Update: FileDateTime 2.05

Post by *J.Bl » 2012-03-26, 20:48 UTC

Update to FileDateTime 2.05.

Columns: YYmmdd, YYmdd, Ymdd, YYwwd, Ywwd, DayOfWeek, DayOfYear, Week, Month, Month(hex), Year, YY, YearOfDecade, Hour, Min, Timestamp

2012-03-26 v2.05 Columns added. Internal column types changed (sorting optimization).
2012-02-28 v2.02: Unicode support, 64bit (wdx64), add. columns: YYmdd, YYwwd, YYmmdd

Purpose: Suitable for the Multi-rename tool ([=?] Plugin Button), Searching...

Downloadable from same Links as in the posting above.

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Post by *lzvk25 » 2012-03-29, 18:29 UTC

Is it possible to get the year with 4 digits ?
For example, a YYYYmmdd format ?

Right now, we can do : [=filedatetime.Year][=filedatetime.Month] but we don't have a "day of month".
:?

The format YYYYmmdd would be really useful at work.
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Post by *J.Bl » 2012-03-30, 13:53 UTC

lzvk25 wrote:year with 4 digits ? [..] "day of month". [..] The format YYYYmmdd would be really useful at work.
Thanks for your hints. I have put them to the update FileDateTime 2.06:

Update: 2012-03-30 v2.06 Columns added. Language file improved (Eng, Deu, Fra, Esp, Dan)

Columns: Ymdd, YYmdd, YYmmdd, YYYYmmdd, Ywwd, YYwwd, YearOfDecade, YY, Year, Month(hex), Month, Week, DayOfWeek, Day, DayOfYear, Hour, Min, Sec, Timestamp

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Post by *lzvk25 » 2012-04-01, 01:50 UTC

I'm afraid the [=filedatetime.YYYYmmdd] "column" is not working correctly. For example I have the following files :

C:\Images\ddd\bloocarrot-067.jpg 131,284 09/17/2011 16:38
C:\Images\ddd\bloocarrot-068.jpg 144,127 09/17/2011 16:38
C:\Images\ddd\bloocarrot-069.jpg 135,401 09/17/2011 16:38
C:\Images\ddd\bloocarrot-070.jpg 108,104 09/17/2011 16:38
C:\Images\ddd\bloocarrot-071.jpg 109,281 10/01/2011 03:28
C:\Images\ddd\Morgaunt.wad 3,943,355 03/31/2012 08:20

And using TC's MultiRemame tool, I want to rename them to : [N]_[=filedatetime.YYYYmmdd]

Image: http://i.imgur.com/AE4TA.png

And here's is the result :

C:\Images\ddd\bloocarrot-067_2011917.jpg 131,284 09/17/2011 16:38
C:\Images\ddd\bloocarrot-068_2011917.jpg 144,127 09/17/2011 16:38
C:\Images\ddd\bloocarrot-069_2011917.jpg 135,401 09/17/2011 16:38
C:\Images\ddd\bloocarrot-070_2011917.jpg 108,104 09/17/2011 16:38
C:\Images\ddd\bloocarrot-071_2011a01.jpg 109,281 10/01/2011 03:28
C:\Images\ddd\Morgaunt_2012331.wad 3,943,355 03/31/2012 08:20

As you can see, the tool is not respecting the zeros that go before the months or days and if there are two zeros it goes crazy (10/01/2011 -> 2011a01).
I am thinking that it may be due to the fact that my default date is MM/dd/yyyy.
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Post by *Henrie » 2012-04-01, 06:49 UTC

lzvk25 wrote:As you can see, the tool is not respecting the zeros that go before the months or days and if there are two zeros it goes crazy (10/01/2011 -> 2011a01).
I am thinking that it may be due to the fact that my default date is MM/dd/yyyy.
Your date notation is not the reason, I use dd-MM-jjjj as my default time notation and it also does not show it right.
Example 06-04-2009 is shown as 2009406

Also, it is not just the double zero that causes a problem, for example 24-11-2007 is shown as 2007b24

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Post by *J.Bl » 2012-04-01, 08:05 UTC

lzvk25 wrote:I'm afraid the [=filedatetime.YYYYmmdd] "column" is not working correctly.
Thanks for your hint. Your are right.
Henrie wrote:Your date notation is not the reason [..] 24-11-2007 is shown as 2007b24
Thanks for your hint. Your are right.

My fault. Instead of the internal variabel "m2d" ("month two digits": 01-10,11,12) I take the internal variable "m1d" ("month one digit": 1-a,b,c) for the month part of the column "yyyymmdd". Sorry. This is fixed now -> Version 2.07.

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Post by *lzvk25 » 2012-04-01, 08:51 UTC

Thank You ! Now it works ! :D
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