%myfiles% and all about it

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Black_Sun
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%myfiles% and all about it

Post by Black_Sun »

Hello, how can i redefined the %myfiles% variable?
Now it equals

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C:\DOCUME~1\USERNAME\Local Settings\Application Data
I wrote and

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set myfiles = C:
and

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set %%myfiles%% = C:
but it has not given results
Thanks.

support
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Post by support »

Whay you need to override this variable?

Black_Sun
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Post by Black_Sun »

because maybe in different computers this folder is full (not enough space on disk) and redefined to the TEMP(for example) dir may help :)

support
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Post by support »

This variable initialized before script execution, so embedded files already in this folder.

Black_Sun
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Post by Black_Sun »

eh, ok, but it would be cool :)
Thanks for answers

pgeneste
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Post by pgeneste »

I need this %myfiles% override too. Please add! Thanks!!!

blasch
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Post by blasch »

Hi,

I have need of this feature as well,

The tools that I have developed sometimes have the need to be used at the same time on the same system, some of the embedded files used may be deprecated and "step on" files from the other running scripts.

it would be useful for me to be able to define %myfiles% variable or have the compiled exe iterate sub directories in the current %myfiles% path to prevent this sort of extraction overlap.

I really like your compiler as I have been able to develop many tools that my customer service department utilizes on a daily basis.

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