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Contents of the README.TXT file


README.TXT: List of files and installation instructions 08-Apr-93

WINSINCE.EXE Version 1.2 Copyright 1993 Rob Hueniken
68 Fox Mill Crescent, London, Ontario, Canada, N6J 2B4
Compuserve 70162,1521

WINSINCE is a customizable Windows file processing utility that searches for files
and performs definable actions on the list of files. It is able to run both DOS
programs and commands as well as Windows programs. It is an excellent utility
for power users, programmers, and network administrators.

Full help is available within the program. An Ascii version of the help is
available as WinSince.txt.


Installation
------------
WinSince now supports VGA and higher resolutions.

If you are running an older version of WinSince (previously call Since version 1.01)
you will need to delete the old Since.dll, Since.exe and Since.hlp files. By deleting
the older since.dll file you will avoid "sub or function not defined" errors.


The older version also used Vbrun100.dll while you will need Vbrun200.dll for version 1.1.
Vbrun200.dll can be found on the distribution disk, and should normally be in your
\Windows\System directory.

*** To install, run the SETUP.EXE program. This will prompt you for the directory
to put WINSINCE into, and copy the files to the appropriate directories.


Norton Desktop Installation Notice
----------------------------------
A small problem in the MicroSoft Setup Kit with NDW can result in a DDE message following
a successful installation: "An application using DDE did not respond to the system's
exit command". If you see this message, click on the CLOSE button. This problem does
not affect the installation or the running of WinSince. My apologies for this problem.


New features in version 1.2
---------------------------
Quick Start tutorial help section.
Point and click file button assignment; it's fun and easy!
Double click on file name to run associated program.
Options for getting files when starting, and warning before running double
clicked files.
The action definition can be cleared by double clicking.
Two-size edit screen (summary and editing details).
Screen layout modified slightly to allow for use under VGA.
Saves last position of program for next session.


Files needed
------------
There are 8 files required for running WinSince.exe:

1) WinSince.exe
2) WinSince.hlp (must be on the path, or in the working directory)
3) Since.dll (usually in the \Windows\System subdirectory,
must be on the path, or in the working directory)
4) Since.ini (usually in the Windows subdirectory, on a network this can be
in the same directory as the end user's version of win.ini)
5) Sincerun.bat (must be on the path, or in the working directory,
is put into the \Windows subdirectory)
6) Sincecls.pif (must be on the path, or in the working directory,
is put into the \Windows subdirectory)
7) SS3D2.vbx (usually in the \Windows\System subdirectory,
must be on the path, or in the working directory;
this is the Sheridan 3D Widget Runtime)
8) Vbrun200.dll (usually in the \Windows\System subdirectory,
must be on the path, or in the working directory;
part of Visual Basic 2.0 runtime)

There are three additional files:

9) WinSince.txt (Ascii version of the WinSince.hlp)
10) WinSince.doc (a Word version of the WinSince.hlp)
11) Readme.txt (this file)


Distribution disk setup versus Bulletin board setup
---------------------------------------------------
The SETUP.EXE program uses SETUP.LST to check which special files are needed for Setup.
The supplied SETUP.LST (a copy of SETUP.DSK) is for distribution by disk and expects to
find and install VBRUN200.DLL. The version of SETUP.LST needed for a bulletin board or
for computers that already have VBRUN200.DLL is in SETUP.BBS. If you are planning to
upload WINSINCE to a bulletin board then copy SETUP.BBS to SETUP.LST. This will avoid
needing to upload VBRUN200.DLL (which the BBS has already) and avoid an error when SETUP.EXE
tries to find VBRUN200.DLL. WinSince is already on Compuserve as WINSNC.ZIP.




Contents of the README.DOC file


README.TXT: List of files and installation instructions 08-Apr-93

WINSINCE.EXE Version 1.2 Copyright 1993 Rob Hueniken
68 Fox Mill Crescent, London, Ontario, Canada, N6J 2B4
Compuserve 70162,1521

WINSINCE is a customizable Windows file processing utility that searches for files
and performs definable actions on the list of files. It is able to run both DOS
programs and commands as well as Windows programs. It is an excellent utility
for power users, programmers, and network administrators.

Full help is available within the program. An Ascii version of the help is
available as WinSince.txt.


Installation
------------
WinSince now supports VGA and higher resolutions.

If you are running an older version of WinSince (previously call Since version 1.01)
you will need to delete the old Since.dll, Since.exe and Since.hlp files. By deleting
the older since.dll file you will avoid "sub or function not defined" errors.


The older version also used Vbrun100.dll while you will need Vbrun200.dll for version 1.1.
Vbrun200.dll can be found on the distribution disk, and should normally be in your
\Windows\System directory.

*** To install, run the SETUP.EXE program. This will prompt you for the directory
to put WINSINCE into, and copy the files to the appropriate directories.


Norton Desktop Installation Notice
----------------------------------
A small problem in the MicroSoft Setup Kit with NDW can result in a DDE message following
a successful installation: "An application using DDE did not respond to the system's
exit command". If you see this message, click on the CLOSE button. This problem does
not affect the installation or the running of WinSince. My apologies for this problem.


New features in version 1.2
---------------------------
Quick Start tutorial help section.
Point and click file button assignment; it's fun and easy!
Double click on file name to run associated program.
Options for getting files when starting, and warning before running double
clicked files.
The action definition can be cleared by double clicking.
Two-size edit screen (summary and editing details).
Screen layout modified slightly to allow for use under VGA.
Saves last position of program for next session.


Files needed
------------
There are 8 files required for running WinSince.exe:

1) WinSince.exe
2) WinSince.hlp (must be on the path, or in the working directory)
3) Since.dll (usually in the \Windows\System subdirectory,
must be on the path, or in the working directory)
4) Since.ini (usually in the Windows subdirectory, on a network this can be
in the same directory as the end user's version of win.ini)
5) Sincerun.bat (must be on the path, or in the working directory,
is put into the \Windows subdirectory)
6) Sincecls.pif (must be on the path, or in the working directory,
is put into the \Windows subdirectory)
7) SS3D2.vbx (usually in the \Windows\System subdirectory,
must be on the path, or in the working directory;
this is the Sheridan 3D Widget Runtime)
8) Vbrun200.dll (usually in the \Windows\System subdirectory,
must be on the path, or in the working directory;
part of Visual Basic 2.0 runtime)

There are three additional files:

9) WinSince.txt (Ascii version of the WinSince.hlp)
10) WinSince.doc (a Word version of the WinSince.hlp)
11) Readme.txt (this file)


Distribution disk setup versus Bulletin board setup
---------------------------------------------------
The SETUP.EXE program uses SETUP.LST to check which special files are needed for Setup.
The supplied SETUP.LST (a copy of SETUP.DSK) is for distribution by disk and expects to
find and install VBRUN200.DLL. The version of SETUP.LST needed for a bulletin board or
for computers that already have VBRUN200.DLL is in SETUP.BBS. If you are planning to
upload WINSINCE to a bulletin board then copy SETUP.BBS to SETUP.LST. This will avoid
needing to upload VBRUN200.DLL (which the BBS has already) and avoid an error when SETUP.EXE
tries to find VBRUN200.DLL. WinSince is already on Compuserve as WINSNC.ZIP.


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README.TXT: List of files and installation instructions 08-Apr-93

WINSINCE Version 1.2Copyright 1993 Rob Hueniken
68 Fox Mill Crescent, London, Ontario
Registration: $20Canada, N6J 2B4
519-471-0333
Compuserve 70162,1521

WINSINCE is a customizable Windows file processing utility that searches for files and performs definable actions on the list of files. It is able to run both DOS programs and commands as well as Windows programs. It is an excellent utility for power users, programmers, and network administrators.

Full help is available within the program. An Ascii version of the help is available as WinSince.txt.


Installation

WinSince now supports VGA resolution and higher.

If you are running an older version of WinSince (previously call Since version 1.01) you will need to delete the old Since.dll, Since.exe and Since.hlp files. By deleting the older since.dll file you will avoid "sub or function not defined" errors.

The older version also used Vbrun100.dll while you will need Vbrun200.dll for version 1.1 and later. Vbrun200.dll can be found on the distribution disk, and should normally be in your \Windows\System directory.

*** To install, run the SETUP.EXE program. This will prompt you for the directory
to put WINSINCE into, and copy the files to the appropriate directories.


Norton Desktop Installation Notice

A small problem in the MicroSoft Setup Kit with NDW can result in a DDE message following a successful installation: "An application using DDE did not respond to the system's exit command". If you see this message, click on the CLOSE button. This problem does not affect the installation or the running of WinSince. My apologies for this problem.


New features in version 1.2

Quick Start tutorial help section.
Point and click file button assignment; it's fun and easy!
Double click on file name to run associated program.
Options for getting files when starting, and warning before running double
clicked files.
The action definition can be cleared by double clicking.
Two-size edit screen (summary and editing details).
The screen layout was modified slightly to allow use under VGA.
The last position of the program on the screen is retained for the next session.


Files needed

There are 8 files required for running WinSince.exe:

1) WinSince.exe
2) WinSince.hlp (must be on the path, or in the working directory)
3) Since.dll (usually in the \Windows\System subdirectory,
must be on the path, or in the working directory)
4) Since.ini (usually in the Windows subdirectory, on a network this
can be in the same directory as the end user's version
of win.ini)
5) Sincerun.bat (must be on the path, or in the working directory,
is put into the \Windows subdirectory)
6) Sincecls.pif (must be on the path, or in the working directory,
is put into the \Windows subdirectory)

7) SS3D2.vbx (usually in the \Windows\System subdirectory,
must be on the path, or in the working directory;
this is the Sheridan 3D Widget Runtime)
8) Vbrun200.dll (usually in the \Windows\System subdirectory,
must be on the path, or in the working directory;
part of Visual Basic 2.0 runtime)

There are three additional files:

9) WinSince.txt (Ascii version of the WinSince.hlp)
10) WinSince.doc (a Word version of the WinSince.hlp)
11) Readme.txt (this file)


Distribution disk setup versus Bulletin board setup

The SETUP.EXE program uses SETUP.LST to check which special files are needed for Setup. The supplied SETUP.LST (a copy of SETUP.DSK) is for distribution by disk and expects to find and install VBRUN200.DLL. The version of SETUP.LST needed for a bulletin board or persons that already have VBRUN200.DLL is in SETUP.BBS. If you are planning to upload WINSINCE to a bulletin board then copy SETUP.BBS to SETUP.LST. This will avoid needing to upload VBRUN200.DLL (which the BBS has already) and avoid an error when SETUP.EXE tries to find VBRUN200.DLL. WinSince is already on Compuserve as WINSNC.ZIP.


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