#392 SysFileTree time/date stamp enhancement

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2012-08-22
2010-05-11
Jay Masuda
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Currently the SysFileTree function only shows the default update(?) time stamp. This makes it necessary to use OS-dependent command like "DIR /T:A" or "ls -lut" to get file access or create time. It would be nice to have options such as 'A', 'C', and 'W' to get Access, Create, and Write time stamp.

Discussion

  • Rick McGuire

    Rick McGuire - 2010-05-11

    This will be addressed in the future, but not via the SysFileTree function. The 4.1 release will have a new File class that provides portable access to the different types of file information.

     
  • Jay Masuda

    Jay Masuda - 2010-05-11

    I hope the the new File class is not going to require retrieving information for each file in the directory. The requested enhancement for SysFileTree is easy to implement and the resultant stem variable can be fed directly to SysStemSort. It would be nice if it is implemented in addition to the new class.

     


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