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Old 14 June 2010, 17:20   #1
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Propack question

I'm trying to pack the T-Zer0 WHDLoad demo using Propack.
In the readme it says that I can use wild card chars such as *.

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PP p d *.*
I want to pack the entire DATA dir except "T0DATA/KnockKnock.TraumaMOVIE" so I type "PP p d -o *.*"
Propack then complains about that it can't find "*.*".
If I pack each file individually it works but it's a hassle to be honest.

What am I doing wrong here ?
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Old 14 June 2010, 17:33   #2
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Just use '#?' instead of '*.*'. Not sure about subfolders though.
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That did the trick, thanks buddy.
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