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display full path in DIR command

July 26, 2005 at 15:49:28
Specs: XP, DOS, P4

I need list of directory with full path name and file names.

So, if command:

dir *.mp3 /b > playlist.m3u

makes something like:

01 - Track 1.mp3
02 - Track 2.mp3
03 - Track 3.mp3
04 - Track 4.mp3
05 - Track 5.mp3
06 - Track 6.mp3
07 - Track 7.mp3
08 - Track 8.mp3
09 - Track 9.mp3
10 - Track 10.mp3


now I need

E:\music\latino\01 - Track 1.mp3
E:\music\latino\02 - Track 2.mp3
E:\music\latino\03 - Track 3.mp3
E:\music\latino\04 - Track 4.mp3
E:\music\latino\05 - Track 5.mp3
E:\music\latino\06 - Track 6.mp3
E:\music\latino\07 - Track 7.mp3
E:\music\latino\08 - Track 8.mp3
E:\music\latino\09 - Track 9.mp3
E:\music\latino\10 - Track 10.mp3


How?

Thanx.


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#1
July 27, 2005 at 04:28:24

krba, strikes me that filenames are assigned as things get saved so maybe you need to 'save as' when you download the song. Or you can put it somewhere first and rename prior to moving for final storage.
HTH.
Ed in Texas.

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#2
July 28, 2005 at 15:49:05

dir *.mp3 /s/b > playlist.m3u


so, flag '/s' missed!



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