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util/dir/uaemremover.lha

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Short:Remove junk files created by emulators
Author:mpl_pl at poczta.onet.pl (Marcin Labenski)
Uploader:mpl_pl poczta onet pl (Marcin Labenski)
Type:util/dir
Version:1.0
Architecture:m68k-amigaos >= 2.0 (CLI) >= 3.0 (GUI)
Distribution:aminet
Date:2017-02-05
Download:http://aminet.net/util/dir/uaemremover.lha - View contents
Readme:http://aminet.net/util/dir/uaemremover.readme
Downloads:188
Uaemremover
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Have you ever shared data using CF card between UAE (FA-UAE in particular) and 
'real' Amiga? If so, you should noticed lot of .uaem files created by the 
emulator. In this files UAE stores attributes of files that are not available 
in native file system used in the emulator. If you copy data from CF to your 
Amiga FFS/PFS drive you will get lot of useless junk files. In addition if your
OS on the machine where you're emulating is macOS, you may get more
junks - HFS resource forks (files prefixed with ._) and .DS_Store files.

All these junks can be removed with uaemremover tool.

The tool can be run from Workbench or from Shell.

Running from Workbench
----------------------

NOTE: running from WB works with KS 3.0 or newer (not with 2.0).

Double click the icon and the GUI will appear. At first you should specify
directory name to look for junk files. You can enter directory name directly
or use 'Browse' button and select it using a requester. By default the tool
looks for .uaem files. Mark 'Include resource forks' checkbox to also look for
resource forks and .DS_Store files.

Next, hit 'Search' button and it will start searching - it may take a while.
During the operation, each junk file found will be added to be list titled
'Found files to delete'.

When the search is finished you can:
* browse the list
* remove selected item from the list (not from disk!) - hit 'Remove from list'
* clean the list - hit 'Clean list' button
* remove from your disk all the items shown in the list - hit 'Delete' button

After pressing 'Delete' the files will be removed - you should be able to
see how they disappear from the list. When it is done you can look for junk
files in another directory or just quit the tool.

Running from Shell
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PATH/A,INCLFORKS/S,TEST/S,GUI/S

PATH - directory to look for junk files
INCLFORKS - include HFS resource forks and .DS_Store files (as junks)
TEST - do not remove - only display on screen what would be deleted
GUI - run in Workbench mode - all other parameters are ignored

When running from Shell, PATH parameter is mandatory. Unless TEST or GUI
switch is used, the tool will immediately remove found junks (without asking
for any confirmation!).

To run in Workbench mode from Shell use:
uaemremover path="" gui





Contents of util/dir/uaemremover.lha
PERMISSION  UID  GID    PACKED    SIZE  RATIO METHOD CRC     STAMP     NAME
---------- ----------- ------- ------- ------ ---------- ------------ ----------
[unknown]                12623   22740  55.5% -lh5- ac83 Feb  5 11:09 uaemremover/uaemremover
[unknown]                 2446    3604  67.9% -lh5- b07b Feb  5 11:09 uaemremover/uaemremover.info
[unknown]                 1232    2570  47.9% -lh5- 51f9 Feb  5 11:09 uaemremover/uaemremover.readme
---------- ----------- ------- ------- ------ ---------- ------------ ----------
 Total         3 files   16301   28914  56.4%            Feb  5 21:04

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