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Densetsu
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File edit

Post by Densetsu » 04 Nov 2016 00:27

Do you have a function implemented which automatically renames the file when the archive name is changed and vice versa - of course, provided that both entries were identical before?

Example:

Archive name: "Air Cars (World)"
File name: "Air Cars (World).j64"

Now, someone changes
- the archive name to "Air Cars xXx (World)" >> file name should automatically get changed to "Air Cars xXx (World).j64"
- the file name to "Air Cars xXx (World).j64" >> archive name should automatically get changed to "Air Cars xXx (World)"

Sometimes I have realized that datters forgot to change both entries, so that archive name was != file name.

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Re: coding week

Post by xuom2 » 04 Nov 2016 07:28

there is alredy see pic
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Re: coding week

Post by Densetsu » 13 Nov 2016 23:05

Re Wii DLC

I have just edited this:
Shin Megami Tensei If... (Japan) (SNES) (Virtual Console) > http://datomatic.no-intro.org/index.php ... =52&n=2208

Before:
Description: Virtual Console

After:
Special: Virtual Console

I checked "Apply naming changes on file(s)" BUT the rom was NOT renamed automatically! :/

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Re: File edit

Post by xuom2 » 14 Nov 2016 07:02

true, not working with the new table structure.

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Re: File edit

Post by xuom2 » 15 Nov 2016 06:59

"apply archive edits to file" -> bugfixed
"apply file edits to archive" -> coded

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