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prapper
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Directory Lister Portable 0.9.1 Development Test 1

Application: Directory Lister
Category: Office
License: Freeware
Language: Multilingual
Description: Directory Lister is a tool for generating listings of files from user-selected directories on hard disks, CD-Roms, floppy disks, USB drives etc. The listing can be in HTML, TXT or CSV format.

Download Directory Lister Portable 0.9.1 Development Test 1 [1MB download / 1MB installed]
(MD5: 81eda20bf236e389cc96d62fa1bf7f20)
Online Installer: This is an online installer that will download additional files during setup.

Release Notes:

0.9.1 Development Test 1 (2009-10-29): Initial release

Install Notes:

  • You'll have to manually extract the downloaded file.
  • The RAR file is downloaded to 'DirectoryListerPortable\App'.
  • Extract from this location and the correct directory will be created (App\DirLister).

The download link is a little unreliable but it seems to be sticking around. You might have to give it a couple of goes though :-). If it consistently fails, you can download it from here.

Notes:

  • Disabled shell integration
  • Added language switching when used with PA.c Platform
  • App will follow drive letter changes but your saved lists will not :-)

Previously on PortableApps.com...

Tested with:
XP Home SP2 (Admin)

Acknowledgements:
Thanks to Patrick for hosting.

J Neutron
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Alright!

Excellent!

I've been searching for a portable replacement for this program but couldn't find one I liked as much. Now I can quit searching!

Thanks.

neutron1132 (at) usa (dot) com

Olo
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Make it official or find open source replacement :)

Is there any chance of making it official? This is a very but very handy tool. Dunno why there's little request for such apps. It's a pity it's not open source though :/

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