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LoWang

fileinstall() should be changed

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LoWang

I could not login to trac, so I write here. I think fileinstall func should be changed, so the second parameter works even if it does not have \ at the end! I often have problems with it when I script after some time and I forget it - for example if I use @scriptdir and don't add &"\". Yes it is just a detail, but it can make life easier for many programmers ^_^

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SkinnyWhiteGuy

Then how would FileInstall tell the difference between installing to a different filename, and inside a folder? You'd break functionality by doing that.

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bogQ

I could not login to trac, so I write here. I think fileinstall func should be changed, so the second parameter works even if it does not have \ at the end! I often have problems with it when I script after some time and I forget it - for example if I use @scriptdir and don't add &"\". Yes it is just a detail, but it can make life easier for many programmers ^_^

try one more time what shud b changed

fileinstall???

or

from the help file...

@ScriptDir

Directory containing the running script. (Result does not contain a trailing backslash)

@ScriptFullPath

Equivalent to @ScriptDir & "\" & @ScriptName

i rly dont understand what r y trying to say with

fileinstall func should be changed
?? there isnt anything needed to change in this func Edited by bogQ

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