<UTIL> Change timestamp of whole dir-trees folders to youngest file

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Re: <UTIL> Change timestamp of whole dir-trees folders to youngest file

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You cannot use a 32-bit plugin in a 64-bit TC.
True, but SetFolderDate 1.5 is not a plugin, it is a tool (executable)
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Re: <UTIL> Change timestamp of whole dir-trees folders to youngest file

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Ah, my bad.

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Re: <UTIL> Change timestamp of whole dir-trees folders to youngest file

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mikedepetris wrote:
2020-03-19, 17:33 UTC
I am using
SetFolderDate plugin 1.2.0.0 for Total Commander

do I guess right that I can't set a list of files to be ignored?
SetFolderDate 1.2.0.0
Yes, you are right.
(Only empty directories can be ignored).

EDIT:
viewtopic.php?p=357010#p357010
You can also use the SetFolderDate packer plugin, which respects the ignored files when setting the folder date recursively.
Therefore you can set a list of files to be ignored, if you use cm_IgnoreConfig! (--> filenames and path saved in "tcignore.txt" *)
* Note: If the file "tcignore.txt" is edited manually, a TC restart is required.
When using the command cm_IgnoreConfig, afterwards the use of the command cm_SwitchIgnoreList becomes interesting.

Command: cm_SwitchHidSys (Turn hidden/system files on and off)

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Hidden files, e.g. "descript.ion" hidden: NO change of the folder date
Hidden files, e.g. "descript.ion" displayed: CHANGE of the folder date(!)

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Re: <UTIL> Change timestamp of whole dir-trees folders to youngest file

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2tuska
Thanks, I eventually understood how to set the ignorelist, it's all working now!

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Re: <UTIL> Change timestamp of whole dir-trees folders to youngest file

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mikedepetris wrote:
2020-03-22, 07:29 UTC
2tuska
Thanks, I eventually understood how to set the ignorelist, it's all working now!
Thanks for your feedback!

You can get more information on this:
Press F1 (Help) - Search for "ignore list" (without quotes), double-click on "Dialog box: Configuration: Ignore list".

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Re: <UTIL> Change timestamp of whole dir-trees folders to youngest file

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mikedepetris wrote:
2020-03-19, 17:33 UTC
I am using
SetFolderDate plugin 1.2.0.0 for Total Commander

do I guess right that I can't set a list of files to be ignored?
If you have these files in the ignore list of TC they will be ignored when "packing".
TC plugins: Autodesk 3ds Max / Inventor / Revit Preview, FileInDir, ImageMetaData (JPG Comment/EXIF/IPTC/XMP), MATLAB MAT-file Viewer, Mover, SetFolderDate, Solid Edge Preview, Zip2Zero and more

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