Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : AVIEW44.ZIP
Filename : AVIEW.CTL

 
Output of file : AVIEW.CTL contained in archive : AVIEW44.ZIP

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; AVIEW V4.4 Sample control-file, DON'T USE TABS!
; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
;
;
; ALTERNATELAYOUT
; With this command you can select the alternate screen-layout of the
; archive-lister as default (With full-path), this option works like a
; toggle in AVIEW by pressing ALT-L.
;ALTERNATELAYOUT
;
;
;
; DATEFORMAT
; With this statement you can define how the file-date is shown, include
; MM for month, DD for day and YY for year, the sepparation-chars can be
; freely defined, default is MM/DD/YY
DATEFORMAT MM/DD/YY
;
;
;
; FSSORT [Ascending|Descending]
; With this statement you can define how AVIEW must sort the file-selector
; file-list as default, valid sort-keys are: NAME, EXTENSION, SIZE, DATETIME,
; and UNSORTED, optional you can specify with ASCENDING or DESCENDING the
; default sort direction, default is ASCENDING.
FSSORT name ascending
;
;
;
; NOCOLOR
; With this statement you force AVIEW in black and white mode, this can be
; handy for laptop-users who have a LCD-Screen.
;NOCOLOR
;
;
;
; NOEMS
; With this statement you tell AVIEW to NOT use any EMS when swapping.
;NOEMS
;
;
;
; NOMOUSE
; With this statement you force AVIEW to ignore the mouse when detected.
;NOMOUSE
;
;
;
; NOPATHS
; With this statement you tell AVIEW to NOT extract any path-information
; from an archive.
;NOPATHS
;
;
;
; NOUMB
; With this statement you tell AVIEW to NOT use any UMB when swapping.
;NOUMB
;
;
;
; NOXMS
; With this statement you tell AVIEW to NOT use any XMS when swapping.
;NOXMS
;
;
;
; VIEWER []
; With this command you can define up to 32 viewers, with you
; specify the file-extension which must trigger the viewer, the
; may include wildcards. Default viewer when non-defined is WPVIEW for all
; type of files.
VIEWER doc wp %f
VIEWER fli quickfli %f
VIEWER gl grasprt %f
VIEWER gif bitmap %f
VIEWER pcx bitmap %f
VIEWER * wpview %f
;
;
;
; EDITOR []
; With this command you can define up to 32 editors, with you
; specify the file-extension which must trigger the editor, the
; may include wildcards. Default editor when non-defined is NCEDIT for all
; type of files.
EDITOR doc wp %f
EDITOR lbm dpaint %f
EDITOR gif neopaint %f
EDITOR pcx neopaint %f
EDITOR * ncedit %f
;
;
;
; EXTRACTPATH
; With this command you define the path where files must be extracted to,
; when this command is NOT used, AVIEW will prompt you for a path.
EXTRACTPATH c:\unpacked
;
;
;
; SCREENMODE
; With this statement you can define how many lines per screen AVIEW must
; use, valid number of lines are 25, 35, 40, 43 and 50, note that a number
; greater than 25 needs a EGA of VGA display-adapter.
SCREENMODE 25
;
;
;
; SORT [Ascending|Descending]
; With this statement you can define how AVIEW must sort the file-lists as
; default, valid sort-keys are: NAME, EXTENSION, ORGSIZE, CMPSIZE, DATETIME,
; METHOD and UNSORTED, optional you can specify with ASCENDING or DESCENDING
; the default sort direction, default is ASCENDING.
SORT name ascending
;
;
;
; SWAPPATH
; With this command you define the path AVIEW must use to write it's
; swapfiles in.
SWAPPATH d:\aviewtmp
;
;
;
; TEMPPATH
; With this command you define the path AVIEW must use as work-directory,
; this can be a ram-drive which will speed-up AVIEW dramatically, when the
; directory does not exist, it will be created.
TEMPPATH d:\aviewtmp
;
;
;
; SCANNER []
; With this command you define the virus-scanner to use after files are
; unpacked with the unpack function, when no scanner is defined, no virus-
; scan will be performed.
SCANNER tbav %f af ba ll=1 ln=c:\aview4us.log lo nb nm
;
;
;
; ZOOMSPEED ; With this command you define the zoom-speed of the popup-windows to build
; up onto the screen, 0 means immediate popup, default is 10
ZOOMSPEED 10
;
;
;
; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; The following commands concerns the configuration of the parameters passed
; by AVIEW to the archive-utils.
; For normal operation of AVIEW, you don't need to change this, all the
; following commands are optional, the sample commands reflects the standard
; default configuration of AVIEW.
; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
;
; xxxADD
; xxxDELETE
; xxxEXTRACT
; xxxUNPACK
; xxxUPDATE
; xxxRESPONSE
; With these commands you can configure the interface between AVIEW and the
; external archive-utilitys, the xxx can be ARC, ARJ, LHA, PAK, ZIP or ZOO.
; xxxADD - Defines which parameters to use for adding a file to
; an archive, this is used for the ADD function (F7).
; xxxDELETE - Defines which parameters to use for deleting a file or files
; from an archive, this is used for the DELETE function
; (F8 or DEL).
; xxxEXTRACT - Defines which parameters to use for extracting a file or files
; from an archive, this is used for the extract-function.
; xxxUNPACK - Defines which parameters to use for extracting ONE file from
; an archive WITHOUT path, this is used internally in AVIEW.
; xxxUPDATE - Defines which parameters to use for updating a file in an
; archive, this is used after you edited a file from an archive.
; xxxRESPONSE - Defines which charachter to use before a file name to tell
; the archiver that it is a response file, AVIEW defines
; automatically when to use this or not.
;
; NOTE: There are two variables, %A and %F, thes two must ALWAYS exist in one
; of the above parameters (except xxxRESPONSE), %A will be replaced by
; AVIEW with the name of the archive processed, and %F with a filename
; for adding/deleting/updating, note that AVIEW will automatically add
; the response-file-char before the filename when needed.
; The variables %A and %F are NOT optional!
;
;
; PKPak/PKUnpak - for ARC files.
ARCadd PKPAK -a %a %f
ARCdelete PKPAK -d %a %f
ARCextract PKUNPAK -r %a %f
ARCunpack PKUNPAK %a %f
ARCupdate PKPAK -u %a %f
ARCresponse @
;
; ARJ - for ARJ files.
ARJadd ARJ a -jm -m1 -e %a %f
ARJdelete ARJ d %a %f
ARJextract ARJ x -y %a %f
ARJunpack ARJ e %a %f
ARJupdate ARJ u -jm -m1 -e %a %f
ARJresponse !
;
; HYP - for HYPER files.
HYPadd HYPER -a %a %f
HYPdelete HYPER -d %a %f
HYPextract HYPER -xo -p %a %f
HYPunpack HYPER -xo %a %f
HYPupdate HYPER -u %a %f
HYPresponse
;
; LHA - For LZH or LHA files.
LHAadd LHA a %a %f
LHAdelete LHA d %a %f
LHAextract LHA x -c %a %f
LHAunpack LHA e %a %f
LHAupdate LHA u %a %f
LHAresponse @
;
; PAK - For PAK files.
PAKadd PAK A %a %f
PAKdelete PAK D %a %f
PAKextract PAK E /WA /I %a %f
PAKunpack PAK E %a %f
PAKupdate PAK U %a %f
PAKresponse @
;
; SQZ - For Squeeze files.
SQZadd SQZ a /m4 %a %f
SQZdelete SQZ d %a %f
SQZextract SQZ x %a %f
SQZunpack SQZ e %a %f
SQZupdate SQZ u /m4 %a %f
SQZresponse @
;
; PKZip/PKUnzip - for ZIP files.
ZIPadd PKZIP -ex %a %f
ZIPdelete PKZIP -d %a %f
ZIPextract PKUNZIP -d -o %a %f
ZIPunpack PKUNZIP %a %f
ZIPupdate PKZIP -u -ex %a %f
ZIPresponse @
;
; ZOO - for ZOO files.
ZOOadd ZOO -a %a %f
ZOOdelete ZOO -d %a %f
ZOOextract ZOO -e -S %a %f
ZOOunpack ZOO -e %a %f
ZOOupdate ZOO -u %a %f
ZOOresponse @
;
;
;
;