Progressbar?

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jasell
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Progressbar?

Post by jasell » Tue Jul 15, 2008 7:22 am

Is there a special echo-command that can do a progressbar?
I mean print a '.' without a linebreak? (like in unix)

I'm using winXP.

sKurt
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Re: Progressbar?

Post by sKurt » Fri Jul 18, 2008 2:24 pm

[quote="jasell"]Is there a special echo-command that can do a progressbar?
I mean print a '.' without a linebreak? (like in unix)

I'm using winXP.[/quote]

Try this;

::+===========================================+::

::+==============[ Progress Meter ]=============+
::| 2007_01_10 by rholt |
::| core2quad@rogers.com |
::| This subroutine displays a progress meter in |
::| the titlebar of the current CMD window. |
::| |
::| Input: %1 must contain the current progress |
::| (0-100) |
::| Return: None |
::| |
::| Calculate the number of vertical bars then |
::| spaces based on the percentage value passed |
::+======================================+

:ProgressMeter

SETLOCAL ENABLEDELAYEDEXPANSION
SET ProgressPercent=%1
SET /A NumBars=%ProgressPercent%/2
SET /A NumSpaces=50-%NumBars%

::+=============================+
::| Clear the progress meter image |
::+=============================+

SET Meter=

::+==========================+
::| Build the meter image using vertical bars |
::| followed by trailing spaces |
::| Note there is a trailing space at the end |
::| of the second line below |
::+==========================+

@FOR /L %%a IN (%NumBars%,-1,1) DO (SET Meter=!Meter!I)

@FOR /L %%a IN (%NumSpaces%,-1,1) DO (SET Meter=!Meter!)

::+==========================+
::| Display the progress meter in the title bar |
::| and return to the main program |
::+==========================+

TITLE Progress: [%Meter%] %ProgressPercent%%%
ENDLOCAL
GOTO :EOF

::+===+
::| EOF |
::+===+

sKurt
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Re: Progressbar?

Post by sKurt » Fri Jul 18, 2008 2:26 pm

jasell wrote:Is there a special echo-command that can do a progressbar?
I mean print a '.' without a linebreak? (like in unix)

I'm using winXP.

Or This

:: __________________________________________________________________
::
:: Batch File: propy.cmd
:: Author: Frank-Peter Schultze
::
:: Updates: http://www.fpschultze.de/
:: Enhancement Req.
:: And Bug Reports: support@fpschultze.de
::
:: Built/Tested On: Windows XP
:: Requirements:
::
:: Purpose: Copy a file showing a progress bar
::
:: Syntax: propy's syntax corresponds to Windows XP's COPY command.
::
:: State Changes:
::
:: Assumptions And
:: Limitations:
::
:: Last Update: 2005-09-19
:: __________________________________________________________________
::
@Echo Off

If %2!==! (
Echo Copy a file showing a progress bar.
Echo.
Echo %~n0 source target [/copyoptions]
Echo.
Echo source The file^(s^) to be copied.
Echo target The copy destination.
Echo copyoptions Correspond to Windows XP's COPY command options.
Goto :EOF)

SetLocal

::Set flag file
Set propy.FlagFile=%TEMP%\%RANDOM%.tmp

::Set default progress bar character
Set propy.ProgressBarChar=*

::Set default progress bar intervall (seconds)
Set propy.ProgressBarWait=.05

If Exist %propy.FlagFile% Del %propy.Flagfile%
Start /Min Copy %* ^& Echo. ^> %propy.Flagfile% ^& Exit
(Set /P i=Copying %1) < NUL
Set /A propy.ProgressBarWait += 1
:Loop
If Not Exist %propy.Flagfile% (
(Set /P i=%propy.ProgressBarChar%) < NUL
Ping -n %propy.ProgressBarWait% 127.0.0.1 > NUL
Goto Loop)
Del %propy.FlagFile%

EndLocal

jasell
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Post by jasell » Mon Jul 21, 2008 1:11 pm

Thanks,

I used the first solution, in the second solution its indicated that the delay can be fine tuned, however the ping delay must be integer and one ping attempt takes a couple of secs.
(The delay I use is: ping -n 1 localhost)

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