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2011-05-25

ePolishing Math + English skills and preparing for biofuels prime time ...

2011-05-20

how-to open all your desired source files in your favorite editor on windows



@echo off
echo docs at the end ... 
 
set _BaseDir=E:\perl\sfw
set _ProductName=PerlMinLogger
set _ProductVersion=1.1.0
set _ProductType=dev
set _ProductOwner=ysg
set _EnvironmentName=%_ProductName%.%_ProductVersion%.%_ProductType%.%_ProductOwner%
set _ProductVersionDir=%_BaseDir%\%_ProductName%\%_EnvironmentName%
set _TextEditorName=textpad
 
 
:: OPEN all the files from the sfw dir
for /f %%i in ('dir %_ProductVersionDir%\sfw\*.sh *.cmd /s /b') do start /max  %_TextEditorName%  "%%i"
:: OPEN all the files from the sfw dir
for /f %%i in ('dir %_ProductVersionDir%\sfw\perl\*.pm *.pl /s /b') do start /max  %_TextEditorName%  "%%i"
 
:: open all the files from the conf dir
for /f %%i in ('dir %_ProductVersionDir%\conf\*.ini /s /b') do start /max  %_TextEditorName%  "%%i"
 
:: OPEN all the files from the log dir
for /f %%i in ('dir %_ProductVersionDir%\data\log\*.log /s /b') do start /max  %_TextEditorName%  "%%i"
 
 
ECHO OPEN THE SearchAndReplace Utility
:: cmd start /max SearchAndReplace.exe
 
:: File: Open-PerlMinLogger.1.1.0.dev.ysg.hostName.cmd
:: Purpose: Single click for all desired files of types in your favorite text editor
:: Requirements  
:: W2K and bigger. The name of your text editor should be in your path 
:: Your texteditor should support TextEditor FileToOpen1 FileToOpen2  call syntax

2011-05-19

how-to zip a relative path win winzip by specifying only specific files to include in package



@echo off
:: VARS SETTING
set _ProductName=cas
set _ProductVersion=0.7.5
set _ProductType=dev
set _ProductOwner=ysg
set _MasterSourceRootPath=E:
set _ProductDir=%_MasterSourceRootPath%\%_ProductName%
set _EnvironmentName=%_ProductName%.%_ProductVersion%.%_ProductType%.%_ProductOwner%
set _ProductVersionDir=%_ProductDir%\%_EnvironmentName%
set _DeploymentPackageName=%_EnvironmentName%.zip
 
set _DeploymentPackageFilePath=%_MasterSourceRootPath%\%_DeploymentPackageName%
::CREATE THE LOG DIR IT WOULD BE NICE TO JUST DELETE IT FROM TIME TO TIME ...
mkdir %_ProductVersionDir%\log\
::SET ERROR LOG FILES AND INSTALL LOG FILES WITH TIMESTAMPING ... SETT
 
set _ERRORLOG=%_ProductVersionDir%\sfw\cmd\zip\%_DeploymentPackageName%_%computerName%_%NICETIME%%username%.error.log
set _INSTALLLOG=%_ProductVersionDir%\sfw\cmd\zip\%_DeploymentPackageName%_%computerName%_%NICETIME%.%username%.install.log
 
 
cd %_ProductVersionDir%
echo delete the _DeploymentPackageFilePath %_DeploymentPackageFilePath%
del /q %_DeploymentPackageFilePath%
 
:: GET THE %NICETIME% VARIABLE IN THE YYYYMMDD_HHmmssmm format ...
call GetNiceTime_on_%COMPUTERNAME%.CMD
 
echo CHECK ONES MORE ALL THE VARIABLES  :
ECHO =====================================================================¨
ECHO.
::ECHO ALL THE VARS STARTING WITH _
set _
 
 
:: WAIT FOR ONE SECOND 
ping -n 3 127.0.0.1 >NUL
ECHO.
ECHO =====================================================================¨
ECHO CTRL + c , y TO ABOUT , PRESS ANYTHING ELSE TO PROCEED
PAUSE    
 
cd %_ProductDir%
 
for /f %%i in ('type %_ProductVersionDir%\sfw\cmd\zip\FilesToInclude.%_EnvironmentName%.txt') do zip -v -9 %_DeploymentPackageName% %%i 
 
:: zip [-options] [-b path] [-t mmddyyyy] [-n suffixes] [zipfile list] [-xi list]
:: -9   compress better
:: -ll CR LF to LF)
:: -v   verbose operation/print version info
:: -i   include only the following names
 
 
PAUSE

2011-05-14

how-to quickly kill a process with PowerShell

Start - Run :
powershell Stop-Process -processname textpad

2011-05-11

how-to trouble shoot FW connections on Windows

@echo off
echo This is a simple batch file to troubleshoot a FW connectivity between
echo 2 hosts to be run under Win host , set your own vars

call GetNiceTime_on_%computername%.cmd


set _SourceServerHostName=sourceHostname
set _DestinationServerHostName=target
set _SourceServerIpAddress=101.125.51.140
set _DestinationServerIpAddress=110.135.52.31
set _RunDir=%CD%
set _InConfigLog=%_RunDir%\ifconfig_%NiceTime%.txt
set _PingLog=%_RunDir%\ping_%NiceTime%.txt
set _TracertLog=%_RunDir%\tracert_%NiceTime%.txt
set _SysInfoLog=%_RunDir%\sysinfo_%NiceTime%.txt



echo who , where , when >%_InConfigLog%
echo %userName% , %computername% , %date% , %time% >> %_InConfigLog%
echo runing: ipconfig /all >> %_InConfigLog%
ipconfig /all >> %_InConfigLog%


echo who , where , when >%_PingLog%
echo %userName% , %computername% , %date% , %time% >> %_PingLog%
echo running ping %_DestinationServerIpAddress% >> %_PingLog%
ping %_DestinationServerIpAddress% >> %_PingLog%

echo who , where , when >%_TracertLog%
echo %userName% , %computername% , %date% , %time% >> %_TracertLog%
echo running tracert %_DestinationServerIpAddress% >> %_TracertLog%
tracert %_DestinationServerIpAddress% >> %_TracertLog%

echo who , where , when >%_SysInfo%
echo %userName% , %computername% , %date% , %time% >> %_SysInfo%
echo running sysinfo on %computername% >> %_SysInfo%
sysinfo %_DestinationServerIpAddress% >> %_SysInfo%

2011-05-07

List of useful Perl modules - ppm query

Data-Dumper [2.126 ] stringified perl data structures, suitable for both
printing and C<eval>
Devel-ptkdb [1.1092 ] Perl debugger using a Tk GUI
Tk [804.029] Tk - a Graphical User Interface Toolkit
Tk-JComboBox [1.14 ] Combo Box similar to the Java Component
Win32-Clipboard [0.56 ] Interaction with the Windows clipboard
pmtools [1.00 ] [Delphi|VB|Java]-like Perl preprocessor

2011-05-04

how-to export your texpad settings



or download from Google Code the whole thingy


@ECHO OFF
ECHO any comments suggestions are welcome at : 
ECHO http://ysgitdiary.blogspot.com/search/label/textpad
ECHO This batch file copies some the needed settings of textpad
ECHO it depends on a simple GetNiceTime_on_%computername%.cmd 
ECHO batch file producing the %_NICETIME% variable in YYYYMMDD_hhmmss 
ECHO format
ECHO Tested on Win7 64 -bit TextPad v.5.4.2 
ECHO you should call this batch file from its current directorry
 
:: GET A YYYYMMDD_hhmmss TIMESTAMP
call GetNiceTime_on_%computername%.cmd
 
SET _RegFileWithSettings=TextPadSettings_Helios_on_%COMPUTERNAME%_%NiceTime%.reg
SET _RunLog=%0.run.log
SET _ErrorLog=%0.error.log
SET _TextPadSynFilesDirOnWin64=%ProgramFiles(x86)%\TextPad 5\system
SET _PortableSynFilesDir=%CD%\system
SET _RegistryKey=HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Helios\TextPad 5
SET _RegistryFilesDir=%CD%\reg
SET _RegistryFileWithSettings=%_RegistryFilesDir%\TextPadSettings_HeliosKey_on_%computername%_%NiceTime%.reg
 
ECHO START REGISTRY SETTINGS EXPORT AT %_NiceTime%
ECHO RUN LOG : START REGISTRY SETTINGS EXPORT AT %_NiceTime%  >%_RunLog%
ECHO ERROR LOG START REGISTRY SETTINGS EXPORT AT %_NiceTime%  >%_ErrorLog%
ECHO.1>>%_RunLog% 2>> %_ErrorLog%
 
ECHO create a directory called sysm in the current directory 
ECHO create a directory called sysm in the current directory 1>>%_RunLog% 2>> %_ErrorLog% 
ECHO.1>>%_RunLog% 2>> %_ErrorLog%
 
ECHO now copy alls the files from the %Program Files(x86)%\TextPad 5\system\ 
ECHO now copy alls the files from the %Program Files(x86)%\TextPad 5\system\ 1>>%_RunLog% 2>> %_ErrorLog%
 
ECHO IF NOT EXIST %_PortableSynFilesDir% MKDIR %_PortableSynFilesDir% 1>>%_RunLog% 2>> %_ErrorLog%
IF NOT EXIST %_PortableSynFilesDir% MKDIR %_PortableSynFilesDir% 1>>%_RunLog% 2>> %_ErrorLog%
ECHO.1>>%_RunLog% 2>> %_ErrorLog%
 
ECHO COPY EACH syn files 
for /f "tokens=*" %%i in (' dir "%_TextPadSynFilesDirOnWin64%\*.syn" /s /b') do copy /y "%%i" "%_PortableSynFilesDir%" 1>>%_RunLog% 2>> %_ErrorLog%
ECHO.1>>%_RunLog% 2>> %_ErrorLog%
 
:: CREATE THE _RegistryFilesDir if it does not exist 
ECHO IF NOT EXIST %_RegistryFilesDir% MKDIR %_RegistryFilesDir% 1>>%_RunLog% 2>> %_ErrorLog%
IF NOT EXIST %_RegistryFilesDir% MKDIR %_RegistryFilesDir% 1>>%_RunLog% 2>> %_ErrorLog%
ECHO.1>>%_RunLog% 2>> %_ErrorLog%
 
:: NOW PERFORM THE ACTUAL EXPORT OF THE CURRENT SETTINGS
ECHO REG EXPORT "%_RegistryKey%" "%_RegistryFileWithSettings%" 1>>%_RunLog% 2>> %_ErrorLog%
REG EXPORT "%_RegistryKey%" "%_RegistryFileWithSettings%"
 
ECHO DONE NOW OPEN THE LOG FILES TO SEE THE RESULTS  :
FOR /F %%i in ('dir "%CD%\*.log" /s /b') do cmd /c start /max textpad "%%i"
 
:: NOW OPEN TO VIEW THE REGISTRY FILE AS WELL
CMD /C START /MAX textpad %_RegistryFileWithSettings%
 
:: HINT: you could execute any dos file including this one by creating a new external tool
:: Command: cmd.exe , Parameters: CMD /C $FileName , Check Prompt for parameters 
:: Check Save all documents first , Check Capture output , Check Suppress output untill completed
:: TODO: Add check for 32-bit or 64-bit and copy syn files for that 
:: TODO: Create an NSIS script packing all this into single setup.exe

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