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Old 22 May 2013, 23:46   #1
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uaeunp.exe "**" not working/wrong description

In the v.08f of uaeunp.exe it states that:

"List all files and directories recursively:"
"uaeunp <source> **"

When performed on for example like so:
"uaeunp.exe test.adf **"
it actually extracts everything instead of listing.

"uaeunp.exe test.adf" will nicely list out everything, but naturally put "[DIR]" in front of dirs. Same with "uaeunp.exe -l test.adf"

Did I miss something or is it a bug?

I want to list everything out like path/filename, example:
c/dir
c/echo
s/startup-sequence
demo
loader

etc...
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Old 23 May 2013, 00:39   #2
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not sure about the uaeunp issue, but maybe ScanDeep may fit your needs.

Edit: read the scandeep.doc and install the support libraries for best results.

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Old 23 May 2013, 18:49   #3
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Oh thanks, I'm familiar with ScanDeep but never could find the tool, thought it was some underground stuff only :-)

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Old 24 May 2013, 01:15   #4
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Oh thanks, I'm familiar with ScanDeep but never could find the tool, thought it was some underground stuff only :-)
it was an internal tool by hippie2000, he used and developed it while working for back2roots.org website. as you can read in the link above, he saw the request and gave this nice tool to the community.
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Old 24 May 2013, 01:21   #5
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hmm, only Amiga version, would like a DOS/WIN version
There were some Win32 command line tools to list the content (directories and files) of ADF images, IIRC. They would have been released around the time Windows 9x was current, so I can't be certain they would work in an NTFS environment.

I'll see if I can find them in my archives for you tomorrow so you can give them a try.

Edit: I seem to remember that they were developed to demonstrate the features of ADFlib.

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Old 24 May 2013, 01:31   #6
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what about ADFlib on back2roots website. linux and win32 binaries, incl. src code.
Or ADF Toolkit by Big-Byte - delphi src code only.
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Edit: I seem to remember that they were developed to demonstrate the features of ADFlib.
i think we had the same in mind.

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what about ADFlib on back2roots website. linux and win32 binaries, incl. src code.

i think we had the same in mind.
Yes, I think the UnADF tool in the ADFlib package us the one I was thinking of.

IIRC, it can unpack AmigaDOS ADF images to a Windows directory, but can be configured to list the contents instead by using the correct command line switch, just like other dearchiving tools.
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Old 24 May 2013, 02:09   #8
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I happen to have made something similar (extract a whole ADOS disk or just selected files to your host filesystem, [should work under Windows/OSX/Linux]) in Python for the FS-UAE launcher. Source can be found in the latest FS-UAE source package
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All of a sudden, we're spoilt for choice!
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Old 24 May 2013, 14:22   #10
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I happen to have made something similar (extract a whole ADOS disk or just selected files to your host filesystem, [should work under Windows/OSX/Linux]) in Python for the FS-UAE launcher. Source can be found in the latest FS-UAE source package
Indeed you did :
http://code.google.com/p/fs-uae/sour...leExtractor.py

(Though this module only extracts a specified file from an ADF - I think you made a separate utility module for extracting all files from an ADF to a directory, but that's not included in the launcher source code).
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Ah, okay I can of course upload the 'full' version if anybody needs it.
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Old 24 May 2013, 22:48   #12
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-l is missing. At least my version says "List all recursively: "uaeunp -l <path> **""
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Old 26 May 2013, 22:28   #13
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Heh, the manual says:

List all files and directories recursively:
"uaeunp <source> **"

While the actual command line output says:
"uaeunp -l <source> **"

Indeed "-l" missing. So much for RTFM :-)

Anyway, it did now output the format I need. The reason why I ask is that the ADFlib as mentioned by "emufan" sometimes crashes on certain disks, while uaeunp does not, such a nice tool it is.

Thanks for clearing up and not to mention the mention of similar tools to. Might help others in future.
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Old 29 May 2013, 13:16   #14
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Simple rule: No one should ever read or trust so called "documentation" written by me
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I'm not able to do the conversion to ADF format with this tool

Someone can tell me the right syntax to use ?
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Old 30 January 2019, 17:40   #16
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Please don't care anymore of my question

Indeed i found an alternative way to do the conversion to .ADF

I simply load the disk (.DMS,.DSQ,.WRP) with WinUAE

Then i use a simple Amiga tool called WRip in Workbench

The command is "WRip DF0: SD"

It does exactly what i wanted, it creates a .ADF starting from the inserted disk
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