Category : File Managers
Archive   : WIZ31.ZIP

Output of file : WHATSNEW.WIZ contained in archive : WIZ31.ZIP

2.5 2/26/92
* Seems I made a "running release" of v2.4, (bad, bad me!)
This gets things back in sync.
* Allow missing default disk set in WIZ environment, and allow
"/foo" switches for RCD & WIZ.

2.6 3/18/92
* Added check & error msg on disk error.

2.7 4/22/93
* Added "today's date" options to the -d switch.
* Made it work for Novell & Lantastic networked drives.
* -n switch, to bypass networked drives.
* Added ability to limit the printout by directory-name.
* Added -e option.
* Added support for DOS 6.0 "DBLSPACE"

2.7a 7/19/93
* Fixed bug with -q switch.
* Quit (no error message) on un-assigned DBLSPACE disk.

2.8 12/16/93
* Fixed bug-an output character was NULL instead of a space.
* "-pp" will not print the header/trailer, for piping the
output to other programs.
* Another bug fix with "-q".
* Added DUBLDISK check.
* Check for directory validity.
* Removed "-z" flags; redirecting output and "-pp" makes more sense.
* Fixed a bug with huge directories, which popped up with DBLSPACE.
* Message for "-ll" recursion on compressed archive.
2.8a 1/25/94
* Fixed bug in -q when -ll is also given.

2.9 4/21/94
* Added character ranges ([....]) in the filename pattern.
* Allow space between drive(s) and pattern.
* Fixed bug in scanning LHA & ARJ archives.
* Turn off SMARTDRV (read: DUMBDRV) during scan. SMARTDRV actually
takes longer!!
* Added "-4" option, to search 4DOS file descriptions.

2.9a 8/8/94
* Added DRVSPACE support (DOS 6.22 version of DBLSPACE)
* Fix bug with trailing dot.

3.1 10/3/94
* Fixed `-q\foo' scan to skip directory trees that don't match
in the first part.
* Added FDUP

  3 Responses to “Category : File Managers
Archive   : WIZ31.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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