Category : OS/2 Files
Archive   : MRFILEPM.ZIP

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Announcing Mr.File/PM 4.1, now available on IBM Tools disks:

This version includes both a 32-bit OS/2 2.0 version as well
as the 16-bit version of the program.

Mr. File/PM is a simple OS/2 file manager that provides:

 Support for the OS/2 2.0 drag/drop protocol

 Traversal of directories and drives in the OS/2 file
system including:

 file/directory sorting

 file attribute display

 file/directory copy, move, delete, and rename

 file/directory attribute modification

 quick location of files in a directory with 1-2 key strokes

 mask specification to view matching file names

 display of drive, directory memory, and Selected file size
statistics - can be shown dynamically as directories are

 quick traversal to directories that you use often

 display of all files that reside on a logical drive
partition (for file searches, or to find largest
or latest file, etc...)

 copying the names of selected files/directories to the PM

 displaying all files on a drive or in a particular directory

 Entry of commands that get executed immediately as
separate tasks (DOS or OS/2 commands)

 including the ability to execute commands using
selected files from the file display

 including the ability to read lines from the PM

 Customizing Mr. File/PM pull-down menus to
automate user-defined commands against selected files

- File/Command associations
- Drag/Drop Window Associations

 Customizing Mr. File/PM to determine commands that
automatically get executed against files when

 Customizing Mr. File/PM to determine commands that
automatically get executed against files when
they are dragged and dropped over windows with certain

Discussion of the tool should be directed to the MRFILEPM FORUM

Mike Kaczmarski
IBM AdStaR Tucson
October 28, 1992

  3 Responses to “Category : OS/2 Files
Archive   : MRFILEPM.ZIP

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

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