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$calc #78857 11/04/04 12:08 PM
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How would you easyest calc the size of a folder ? like if i want to calc the size of mirc folder when i start mirc ?


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Re: $calc #78858 11/04/04 12:24 PM
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Code:
var %size = 0
!.echo -q $findfile($mircdir, *, 0, inc %size $file($1-))
[color:red]; %size now contains the dir size[/color]

Of course depending on the size of your mIRC directory it could take several seconds to process.


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Re: $calc #78859 11/04/04 12:54 PM
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that didnt work, it give me the number "21" .. but the size is 2.5 meg ..it's 21 files in the folder tho..


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Re: $calc #78860 11/04/04 01:08 PM
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Code:
alias folder {
  var %x
  if $prop == size { .echo -q $findfile($1,*.*,0,inc %x $file($1-)) }
  elseif $prop == files { .echo -q $findfile($1,*.*,0,var %x = %x $nopath($1-) $+ $chr(44) $+ $chr(32)) }
  elseif $prop == filecount { var %x = $findfile($1,*.*,0) }
  elseif $prop == folder { .echo -q $finddir($1,*,0,var %x = %x $gettok($1-,-1,$asc(\)) $+ $chr(44) $+ $chr(32)) }
  elseif $prop == foldercount { var %x = $finddir($1,*,0) }
  elseif !$prop || $prop == isdir { var %x = $isdir($1) }
  if $right(%x,1) == $chr(44) { %x = $left(%x,-1) }
  return %x
}


small snippet i made

$folder(folder)[.size|.files|.filecount|.folders|.foldercount|.isdir]

.size will return the size of the folder
.files will return the files in the folder
.filecount will return the amount of files in the folder
.folders will return the folders in the folder
.foldercount will return the amount of folders in the folder
.isdir or no property will return if the directory exists or not


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Re: $calc #78861 11/04/04 02:32 PM
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The code I gave you works - %size contains the size of the folder, I'm guessing you edited it and used $findfile() as the value (which is incorrect).


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Re: $calc #78862 11/04/04 02:41 PM
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i didnt tutch it.. copyed it in to remote, then tryed it.. and it gave me then answer 21, and thats how many files i have in that folder, not how big it is


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Re: $calc #78863 11/04/04 02:44 PM
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There's some problems with that code:

- You should use * instead of *.* for $findfile() matching - a filename doesn't always contain a period.
- Since you've already declared %x as local there's no need to re-use /var - it's much slower than the %var = value syntax in my experience.
- You shouldn't delimit file/folder lists with commas - both can contain commas themselves.
- %x = %x $gettok($1-,-1,$asc(\)) $+ $chr(44) $+ $chr(32) - The $+ $chr(32) is pointless.
- elseif $prop == folder - Missed the 's' in 'folders'.


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Re: $calc #78864 11/04/04 02:48 PM
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Code:
alias sizetest {
  var %size = 0
  !.echo -q $findfile($mircdir, *, 0, inc %size $file($1-)); %size now contains the dir size
  echo -a %size
}

Put that in your remotes (Alt+R), and type /sizetest - does it echo the correct size (remember the value is in bytes).


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Re: $calc #78865 11/04/04 03:07 PM
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i found that %x = doesn't work in $findfile(), i had to use var %x =

%x = gives: * /echo: insufficient parameters

newer code:
Code:
alias folder {
  var %x
  if $prop == size { .echo -q $findfile($1,*.*,0,inc %x $file($1-)) }
  elseif $prop == files { .echo -q $findfile($1,*.*,0,var %x = %x $nopath($1-) $+ $chr(44)) }
  elseif $prop == filecount { %x = $findfile($1,*.*,0) }
  elseif $prop == folders { .echo -q $finddir($1,*,0,var %x = %x $gettok($1-,-1,$asc(\)) $+ $chr(44)) }
  elseif $prop == foldercount { %x = $finddir($1,*,0) }
  elseif !$prop || $prop == isdir { %x = $isdir($1) }
  if $right(%x,1) == $chr(44) { %x = $left(%x,-1) }
  return %x
}


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Re: $calc #78866 11/04/04 05:48 PM
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I'd also use $findfile().shortfn, which would take into account filenames that contain double spaces. That's because $1- does not retain any consecutive spaces, so $file($1-) on such files will be $null.

Here's a faster $size() alternative, using COM objects:
Code:
alias size {
  if !$isdir($1) { return }
  var %a = fso $+ $ticks, %b = getfolder $+ %a
  .comopen %a Scripting.FileSystemObject
  if $comerr { return }
  if $com(%a,GetFolder,1,bstr,$1,dispatch* %b) && $com(%b) {
    .comclose %a $com(%b,Size,2)
    %a = $com(%b).result
    .comclose %b
    return $int(%a)
  }
  .comclose %a
}


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