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Feb 20, 2006, 9:56pm
It would be nice to have a program that creates a text list of objects and
textures from a texture or models path.


Feb 20, 2006, 10:02pm
> textures from a texture or models path.

My answer may not be what you are asking, but, if you have FTP access to
your path, say with WSFTP, clicking on the DIRInfo button will open up
notepad with the entire list of your current open remote directory. You can
then save that text file anyway you like.


If you happen to have your Path downloaded to your local hard drive, just go
into DOS/Command Prompt and go into the directory you want to list then type

dir >filename.txt

that will create a directory listing piped into the file named filename.txt
but you'll have to edit that file to remove all the excess junk.

Hope it helps


Feb 20, 2006, 11:59pm
Drop this php script into any directory(call it something like
'dir_list.php' and it will list the files (and the corresponding last
mod times).


$dir_path = '.';
$dir_list = array();
if ($handle = opendir($dir_path)) {
while ($files = readdir($handle)) {
if (preg_match("/^\./",$files)==0) $dir_list[] = $files; //echo
echo '<h3>Directory Listing</h3><ul>';
foreach ($dir_list as $value) {
echo '<li>'. $value . ' ' . date('n/j/Y g:i:s
A',filemtime($value)) . '</li>';
echo '</ul>';

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Feb 21, 2006, 9:48am
I use reggen to list my objects. and my textures r kept on my puter in
alphabetized folders on my HD. that way i can use thumbnails to view them.
its like having a texture yard right at hand when u need it.
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Feb 21, 2006, 2:22pm
Thank you all the ideas are very helpful :)

john dough

Feb 22, 2006, 4:30pm
This is a program written by others I found long ago and still use today. I
don't know that it is available from it's original source nor do I recall
where I got it, or I would give appropriate credit. In short... It will
provide a text listing of ANY directory you search with it. After which you
can select and copy the entire list to any text editor with the click of
single button.
Hope it's helpful...

(Zip file... download and unzip, no installation required.)

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