Creating a list with all the files contained onto an optical disc (CD or DVD) can be done in several ways. When you need to quickly build an index that describes all the items onto such a storage media it's probably a good idea to resort to a specialized utility, just like Application Explorer.
Java-based tool with an undecorated GUI
This particular program will run right out of the box, since it doesn't have to be installed onto the PC it is deployed on. The interface is rather simple and lacking any sort of decoration, as the focus is on functionality rather than good looks.
The fact that it is build on Java is an advantage because it can run on pretty much any platform, but the downside is the increased amount of resources necessary to get it working properly.
Index files with a basic set of features
Operating Application Explorer is very simple and you have to do is choose the scan target and let the software do its job. There is, nonetheless, a catch to all this and it pertains to the type of files this tool can handle.
To be more precise, the utility requires the use of BRW files, which are very much similar to INI text documents. Unfortunately, this is the only format it is currently able to read and interpret as the container of information about the contents of a directory. This means that unless one such file is present in the selected location, Application Explorer cannot find any apps.
In case the BRW file is present, you will be able to make use of the other commands, namely the 'Open Folder' and 'Open File' functions, as well as copy the path to a selected item by pressing the 'Copy Text' button.
An easy to use tool with limited applicability
As for the purpose it was made for, Application Explorer will get the job done well, but only under certain conditions. The fact that it is limited to one file type for cataloging purposes, as simple as it may be to edit, makes it of little use, especially since it doesn't handle any widely recognized format.
OS: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Vista
Developer: Application Explorer team
Create, open, edit, delete and organize files from local or network drives
Create and open shortcut or batch files
Search for items using text based, filter based or regex based search strategies
Can be used with the included ExplorerBar
If you have a folder with many files that you want to sort or organize, then Application Explorer will do the job for you. For example, if you have a folder with images you have made into a slideshow and you want to label the slide sequence, you can find out the current slide using: AppExplorer.exe “This is the name of the folder with all the images”
To add slideshows, you can use: AppExplorer.exe “This is the name of the folder with all the images” “The name of the slide sequence” “SLIDE”
To add a subfolder, you can use: AppExplorer.exe “This is the name of the folder with all the images” “This is the name of the subfolder”
To delete a folder or subfolder, you can use: AppExplorer.exe “This is the name of the folder with all the images” “This is the name of the folder to be deleted”
At times Application Explorer will help you with things, for example, if you want to open a shortcut or batch file without having the path, you can do so by using: AppExplorer.exe “/open C:\Users\Brian\Documents\Books\C Programing\Hello World.bat”
This might take some getting used to, but for basic stuff it will work.
To open a folder without having to specify the path you can use: AppExplorer.exe C:\Users\Brian\Documents\Books\C Programing\Hello World.bat
You can use any combination of the following: AppExplorer.exe “This is the name of the folder with all the images” “The name of the slide sequence” “SLIDE”
You can also use: AppExplorer.exe “This is the name of the folder with all the images” “This is the name of the subfolder”
*The use of macros is intended for assisting people who want to create their own software, without coding knowledge.
*In order to be able to work with macros, you will need to install ‘KeyMacro’ on your Windows computer.
*This utility is capable of performing the basic functions a text editor should.
*You can save the current text in a macro as well as start a macro recording session.
*You can name the macro and define its purpose.
*It is possible to insert text snippets into a macro.
*You can edit and change the order of the snippets in the macro.
*KeyMacro is a free application.
*If you don’t want to use this application, you can always create your own macro text editor.
How to use it:
*Insert a text snippet and use the keyboard keys CTRL + A and CTRL + C to start and stop recording a macro.
*You can have KeyMacro run macros directly from the Windows Task Manager.
*If you insert the macro text into a text file, you can save the result into an independent file and then open it with the ‘File…Open’ function.
*In order to load a macro recording session into KeyMacro, you can select the ‘Open session’ option.
*The macro is recorded in a separate file that can be opened with the ‘Open session’ function.
*If you want to work with a macro containing snippets from multiple files, you can activate the ‘Open session’ option.
*You can save the macro in a text file and load it with the ‘File…Open’ function.
*The application is limited in the capability of text editing.
*The macro recording window has to be resized when recording a macro.
*The text snippets are saved inside separate files.
*The application has an editor window with a black background.
*You can save the macro text into a separate file and open it with the ‘File…Open’ function.
*The macro text is saved inside a separate file.
*The ‘Close Window’ function is used to close the editing window.
*You can edit and change the order of the snippets in a macro.
*You can insert text snippets into a macro.
*The text snippet is placed at the end of a macro file.
*The maximum number of snippets that can be loaded into the macro
User-friendly application for managing disc contents
Requires Windows 95/98/Me/NT4/2000/XP
Free (paid version available)
Free (paid version available)
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What is the command to display the commit history related to the changes I have made on a specific file?
I.e: I just created a file ‘foo.php’.
Now, how do I see the commit history related to that file?
If you want to get the commit history of a specific file, in the same branch, you could use git log — .
If you want to see the commit history of your entire local repo, use git log –stat.
If you want to see the commit history of a specific commit, use git log — .
You may use git show to show history of the file, see also show history of the last commit for this file, for example:
git show fileName
In case of conflict use git show –stat.
For more details, see Show file’s history in Git, from git help show
1. Field of the Invention
The present invention relates to a synchronous rectification type switching power source circuit and a driving method therefor, and in particular, to a synchronous rectification type switching power source circuit using a flyback converter and a driving method therefor.
2. Description of the Related Art
There have been developed various types of switching power source circuits for example, a switching power source circuit using a synchronous rectification type flyback converter (hereinafter, referred to as a synchronous rectification type switching power source circuit) has been known (see Japanese Patent Application Laid-open No. 2012-114751 (hereinafter, referred to as Patent Document 1)).
The synchronous rectification type switching power source circuit shown in Patent Document 1 is a switching power source circuit including a switching power source circuit which drives a load by supplying an input voltage of a direct-current power source to the load in a chopper fashion when an alternating-current input voltage is input to the switching power source circuit, and a switching circuit which drives a switching transistor in a chopper fashion with a chopper signal
This is a tool that helps you scan a CD or DVD for apps and other data. It also allows you to search, move, copy and delete items.
If you find it hard to keep track of your apps, then Application Explorer will definitely come in handy. You can just place the disk inside the tray and the program will start scanning. You can even tell the program to "Dump directory" which will force the software to create a BRW file that will store the information about the content of the folder.
You can choose to scan only one folder (BRW), or you can choose to scan folders and files. The good thing is that the cataloging will be saved as a separate file.
If you find it hard to keep track of your apps, then Application Explorer will definitely come in handy.
The program will immediately start scanning the CD or DVD for apps. This is done with the built-in BRW scanning engine. The scanned files will be displayed as you can see on the screen shot below.
Other functions include:
Open folder: to open a folder where the BRW files have been located.
Open file: this function can be used to open up a file that contains information about apps.
Copy text: this command will copy the text from the BRW file to the system clipboard.
Delete file: if a file is marked for deletion, the program will ask if you want to delete the file or not.
Select a file: you can select a file by clicking on it, and it will be copied to the clipboard.
A software that is capable of reading a BRW file and show apps on a list.Athletics at the 2013 Pan American Games – Women’s 400 metres
The women’s 400 metres sprint competition of the athletics events at the 2013 Pan American Games took place on the 26 of July at the CIBC Pan Am and Parapan Am Athletics Stadium. The defending Pan American Games champion is Christine Ongava of Costa Rica.
Prior to this competition, the existing world and Pan American Games records were as follows:
Each National Olympic Committee (NOC) was able to enter up to two entrants providing they had met the minimum standard (53.99) in the qualifying period (January 1, 2013 to May 1, 2013).
All times shown are in seconds.
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