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Old 26 January 2013, 21:25   #7
mark_k
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Hmm. I'm not sure why you got that error. I tried that command and it did work, though it works better if you add a "failat 30" line at the start of the script (otherwise the script stops at the first subdirectory or file without version string in LIBS:).

You could try using the S:SPat script instead:
Code:
SPat Version LIBS:#?.library FULL FILE
Replace LIBS: with whatever directory you want to scan files in. Using SPat doesn't scan files in subdirectories (e.g. you might have files in LIBS:xfd which you want to scan as well as the ones in LIBS:). You can do that with Thomas' method by adding an ALL argument to the List command.
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