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1<!--
2   IMPORTANT: DO NOT EDIT FM2.WIS! Please edit FM2.WIS.IN instead.
3   FM2.WIS.IN is used as input to SED which then replaces/inserts
4   various text and creates FM2.WIS during the FM/2 build process.
5
6   NOTE: If a NON-EXTERNAL package (i.e. a package whose files
7   will be staged before building the WPI file) with an index
8   greater than 999 is used, then the REXX program BLD_FM2_WPIDIRS.CMD
9   (found in the warpin directory of the build subtree) will have
10   to be changed. The line:
11         WPI.max_package_number_length = 3
12   will need to be changed accordingly.
13
14   WARPIN VERSION 0.9.20 is required for PACKAGEID's with revision levels.
15   WARPIN VERSION 0.9.9  is required for EXTRACTFROMPCK.
16-->
17<WARPIN VERSION 0.9.20>
18
19<HEAD>
20<REXX NAME=UtilsCheck>
21   if stream(WirexxGetEnv('WI_ARCHIVE_PATH') || '\fm2utils-1-0.wpi', 'c', 'query exists') = '' then
22      return '3'
23   else
24      return '5'
25</REXX>
26
27<PCK INDEX=1
28  PACKAGEID="Netlabs\FM2\Base\3\5\9"
29  TITLE="FM/2 - File Manager/2 (Base package)"
30  TARGET="$(WARPIN_DEFAULTTOOLSPATH)\FM2"
31  SELECT
32  BASE
33  LONGFILENAMES
34  CREATEOBJECT="WPFolder|File Manager/2|<WP_DESKTOP>|ICONFILE=$(1)\icons\fm2fldr.ICO;ICONNFILE=1,$(1)\icons\fm2fldr2.ICO;CCVIEW=YES;OBJECTID=<FM3_Folder>;"
35  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|FM/2|<FM3_Folder>|EXENAME=$(1)\fm3.exe;PARAMETERS=%*;STARTUPDIR=$(1);CCVIEW=YES;OBJECTID=<FM/2>;"
36  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|FM/2 Lite|<FM3_Folder>|EXENAME=$(1)\fm4.exe;PARAMETERS=%*;STARTUPDIR=$(1);CCVIEW=YES;TITLE=FM/2 LITE;OBJECTID=<FM/2 LITE>;"
37  CREATEOBJECT="WPFolder|FM/2 Tools|<FM3_Folder>|ICONFILE=$(1)\icons\toolbox.ICO;ICONNFILE=1,$(1)\icons\toolbox2.ICO;OBJECTID=<FM3_Tools>;"
38  CREATEOBJECT="WPFolder|FM/2 Docs|<FM3_Folder>|ICONFILE=$(1)\icons\docs.ICO;ICONNFILE=1,$(1)\icons\docs2.ICO;OBJECTID=<FM3_Docs>;"
39  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Back up FM/2 Customizations^ and reset to defaults|<FM3_Folder>|EXENAME=*;PARAMETERS=/c cfgmgr /INSTALL /DEFAULTS /UNATTENDED;STARTUPDIR=$(1);PROGTYPE=WINDOWABLEVIO;MINIMIZED=YES;OBJECTID=<FM/2_RESET_TO_DEFAULTS>;"
40  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Reverse last reset of^FM/2 Customizations|<FM3_Folder>|EXENAME=*;PARAMETERS=/c cfgmgr /DEINSTALL /DEFAULTS /UNATTENDED;STARTUPDIR=$(1);PROGTYPE=WINDOWABLEVIO;MINIMIZED=YES;OBJECTID=<FM/2_REVERSE_RESET_TO_DEFAULTS>;"
41  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|FM/2 Online Help|<FM3_Docs>|EXENAME=VIEW.EXE;PARAMETERS=$(1)\FM3.HLP;OBJECTID=<FM3HELP>;"
42  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Archive Viewer/2|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\AV2.EXE;PROGTYPE=PM;PARAMETERS=%*;STARTUPDIR=$(1);TITLE=Archive Viewer/2;OBJECTID=<FM/2_AV/2>;"
43  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Bookshelf Viewer|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\VIEWINFS.EXE;TITLE=Bookshelf Viewer;STARTUPDIR=$(1);OBJECTID=<FM/2_BOOKSHELF>;"
44  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Collector|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\VCOLLECT.EXE;TITLE=Collector;STARTUPDIR=$(1);OBJECTID=<FM/2_VCOLLECT>;"
45  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Databar|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\DATABAR.EXE;TITLE=Databar;STARTUPDIR=$(1);OBJECTID=<FM/2_DATABAR>;"
46  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Dir Sizes|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\DIRSIZE.EXE;PARAMETERS=%*;STARTUPDIR=$(1);TITLE=Dir Sizes;OBJECTID=<FM/2_DIRSIZE>;"
47  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|EA Viewer|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\EAS.EXE;PARAMETERS=%*;STARTUPDIR=$(1);TITLE=EA Viewer;OBJECTID=<FM/2_EAVIEW>;"
48  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|FM/2 Utilities command line|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=*;STARTUPDIR=?:\;PROGTYPE=WINDOWABLEVIO;PARAMETERS=/K $(1)\SETENV.CMD"
49  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Global File Viewer|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\GLOBAL.EXE;TITLE=Global File Viewer;STARTUPDIR=$(1);OBJECTID=<FM/2_SEEALL>;"
50  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Helpfile Viewer|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\VIEWINFS.EXE;STARTUPDIR=$(1);TITLE=Helpfile Viewer;OBJECTID=<FM2ViewInf>;"
51  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|INI Viewer|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\INI.EXE;STARTUPDIR=$(1);PROGTYPE=PM;PARAMETERS=%*;ASSOCFILTER=*.INI,,;OBJECTID=<FM/2_INIVIEW>;"
52  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Process Killer|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\KILLPROC.EXE;PARAMETERS=%*;TITLE=Process Killer;STARTUPDIR=$(1);OBJECTID=<FM/2_KILLPROC>;"
53  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Undeleter|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\UNDEL.EXE;PARAMETERS=%*;TITLE=Undeleter;STARTUPDIR=$(1);OBJECTID=<FM/2_UNDEL>;"
54  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Seek and scan|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\VCOLLECT.EXE;TITLE=Seek and scan;PARAMETERS=**;STARTUPDIR=$(1);OBJECTID=<FM/2_VSEEK>;"
55  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Visual Directory|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\VDIR.EXE;PARAMETERS=%*;STARTUPDIR=$(1);OBJECTID=<FM/2_VDIR>;"
56  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Visual Tree|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\VTREE.EXE;TITLE=Visual Tree;STARTUPDIR=$(1);OBJECTID=<FM/2_VTREE>;"
57  EXECUTE="$(1)\cfgmgr /INSTALL /UNATTENDED"
58  EXECUTE="$(1)\utilsmgr /UNATTENDED"
59  EXECUTE="$(1)\utils\shadowmgr FM2"
60  EXECUTE="for %a in ($(1)\install.cmd $(1)\uninstal.cmd $(1)\install.dat) do if exist %a del %a"
61  DEEXECUTE="$(1)\cfgmgr /DEINSTALL /UNATTENDED"
62  DEEXECUTE="$(1)\utilsmgr /DELETE /UNATTENDED"
63  DEEXECUTE="del $(1)\fm3.ini & del $(1)\fm3ini.bak"
64  CLEARPROFILE="USER\FM/2"
65
66
67>This package contains the base File Manager/2 (FM/2) package.
68
69The FM/2 base package must be installed to a drive with long filename support!
70</PCK>
71
72<PCK INDEX=7
73  PACKAGEID="Netlabs\FM2 Utilities\FM2Utils\1\0\0"
74  TITLE="FM/2 Utilities"
75  EXTERNAL="fm2utils-1-0.wpi"
76  TARGET="$(1)\Utils"
77  SELECT
78  CREATEOBJECT="WPFolder|FM/2 Utilities|<WP_DESKTOP>|OBJECTID=<FM2_Utilities>;"
79  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Make Object|<FM2_Utilities>|EXENAME=$(7)\makeobj.cmd;PARAMETERS=%*;OBJECTID=<FM2MakeObj>;"
80  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Image Viewer|<FM2_Utilities>|EXENAME=$(7)\image.exe;PARAMETERS=%*;OBJECTID=<FM2Imageexe>;"
81  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Reboot w/ Pause|<FM2_Utilities>|EXENAME=$(7)\rebootp.exe;PARAMETERS=%*;OBJECTID=<FM2rebootp>;"
82  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Iconify|<FM2_Utilities>|EXENAME=$(7)\iconify.exe;PARAMETERS=%*;OBJECTID=<FM2Iconify>;"
83  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Delete Tree|<FM2_Utilities>|EXENAME=*;PROGTYPE=WINDOWABLEVIO;PARAMETERS=/c ($(7)\deltree.exe [Enter directory to delete:] || pause);OBJECTID=<FM2Deltree>;"
84  CONFIGSYS="SET PATH=$(7); | ADDRIGHT"
85  EXECUTE="$(7)\shadowmgr FM2UTILS"
86>This package contains the FM/2 Utilities, a
87collection of more than 60  utilities which may
88be used with or without FM/2. Included are
89DELTREE, HPFSOPT, RENCASE, MOV, KILL/2,
90PTREE and many more.
91</PCK>
92
93
94</HEAD>
95
96<BODY>
97
98<PAGE INDEX=1 TYPE=README>
99<NEXTBUTTON TARGET=2>~Next</NEXTBUTTON>
100<TEXT>NOTE:  A special thanks to Mark Kimes for making this program open source software. Thanks also goes to Steven Levine, Gregg Young, and others who have continued to improve and enhance this great program.</TEXT>
101<README FORMAT=PLAIN EXTRACTFROMPCK="1">docs\readme</README>
102</PAGE>
103
104<PAGE INDEX=2 TYPE=README>
105<NEXTBUTTON TARGET="=("UtilsCheck")">~I agree</NEXTBUTTON>
106<TEXT>FM/2 License: By pressing the "I agree" button, you agree to all terms and conditions of the license agreement below.</TEXT>
107<README EXTRACTFROMPCK="1">docs\copying</README>
108</PAGE>
109
110
111<!-- The TYPE=CONTAINER will list the packages which can be installed. -->
112<PAGE INDEX=3 TYPE=CONTAINER>
113<NEXTBUTTON TARGET=4>~Next</NEXTBUTTON>
114<TEXT>Select your installation directory.</TEXT>
115</PAGE>
116
117
118<PAGE INDEX=4 TYPE=CONFIGURE>
119<NEXTBUTTON TARGET=0>I~nstall</NEXTBUTTON>
120<TEXT>Please select/deselect the desired configuration option(s).</TEXT>
121</PAGE>
122
123<PAGE INDEX=5 TYPE=README>
124<NEXTBUTTON TARGET=6>~Next</NEXTBUTTON>
125<TEXT>FM/2 Utilities: A short description of each utility is included at the end of the readme below. A special note of thanks to Mark Kimes for making these utilities freely available.</TEXT>
126<README>
127
128    FM/2 Utilities, a utility collection for use with File Manager/2
129         copyright (c) 1994/95 by M. Kimes (Barebones Software)
130                          all rights reserved
131    ================================================================
132
133This is a collection of utilities that may prove useful in conjunction
134with FM/2 (or even without it).
135
136All the .EXE utilities provide help if you run them with /? as an
137argument (hint:  arguments shown in brackets [] are optional, arguments
138shown in braces <> are required).  The .CMD utilities may be directly
139inspected using a text editor and are commented as to use and function.
140It's recommended that you place these utilities into a directory on your
141PATH (type HELP PATH at a command prompt if you don't know what that
142means).  If you have FM/2 installed, may I suggest you make a UTILS
143directory off your FM/2 directory (the FM/2 INSTALL.CMD assumes you
144will, and will make some program objects for you)?
145
146These utilities are standalone, meaning that one doesn't rely on
147another.  You can therefore delete any you don't want to keep around
148without affecting the operation of any of the others.
149
150If you like the FM/2 Utilities package, you'll love FM/2.  File
151Manager/2 (FM/2) is a shareware OS/2 2.1+ PM 32-bit
152file/directory/archive maintenance utility (a sort of super-Drives
153object, something midway between the Drives objects and a more
154traditional file manager) with plenty of bells, whistles and utilities,
155drag and drop, context menus, toolbars and accelerator keys.  FM/2 won a
1561995 OS/2 Magazine Editor's Choice award -- the only file management
157software to do so.  If you know how to use OS/2, you already know how to
158use most of FM/2.  You can easily glean the rest from the extensive
159online help.  FM/2 is available from ftp.secret.com (/g/os2utl), from
160Compuserve's OS2SHARE (OS2BVEN) forum (GO OS2SHARE) in library 18, and
161from finer OS/2 BBSs everywhere.
162
163
164Following is a very brief description of each program in the package:
165
166BEEP.EXE
167    Makes a beep noise.
168
169CRC.EXE
170    Calculates and prints the CRC of a file or files.
171
172CVT4OS2.CMD
173    Converts 4DOS/4OS2 non-standard DESCRIPT.ION files to WPS-standard
174    .SUBJECT EAs (see comments in program).
175
176CVTFBBS.CMD
177    Converts FILES.BBS file comments to WPS-standard .SUBJECT EAs (see
178    comments in program).
179
180DELTREE.EXE
181    Deletes a directory and all its subdirectories and files.
182
183DRVRLIST.EXE
184    Lists all mounted drivers.  Use /w switch for a "wide" listing.
185
186DRVTYPES.EXE
187    Lists all drives with information on their types.
188
189DSTART.EXE
190    A START command that will work from DOS VDMs (penalty box).
191
192EA.EXE
193    An extended attribute manipulation program.  Can be used to zap all
194    the EAs from REXX .CMD files.
195
196EJECT.EXE
197    Eject media from a removable drive.  Notes:  when EJECT, LOCK or
198    UNLOCK returns an error code of 31, it usually means that function
199    is not supported for the requested drive.  "The parameter is not
200    correct" may mean you tried it on a non-existent or fixed drive.
201    Error 163 is not in the OS/2 message file; it's "uncertain media,"
202    and usually just repeating the command will "fix" it.
203
204FATOPT.EXE*
205    An OS/2 FAT optimizer -- defragment, condense freespaces, sort file
206    and directory names, test sectors in system areas, test (and repair
207    some damaged) clusters, report on drive usage.  If you receive a
208    "FATOpt can't lock" message from FATOpt, the drive is in use and
209    FATOpt can't optimize it; try booting from floppies (place
210    FATOPT.EXE on the floppy together with VIOCALLS.DLL).  If you
211    receive a "FATOpt ran out of memory" error, add RAM and/or set up a
212    swapfile on a partition other than the one being optimized (type
213    HELP SWAPPATH at a command line for more info) and/or try the -p
214    or -q switches.  Other errors (uncommon) should be self-explanatory,
215    if distressing.  CHKDSK/F should be run before running FATOpt, and
216    it's always a good idea to back up before defragging.  FATOpt
217    errorlevel returns for batch files:  0 = no problems, 1 = user
218    abort, 2 = out of memory, 3 = bad file (run CHKDSK/F, dammit),
219    4 = can't open drive, 5 = can't lock drive, 6 = can't fix bad
220    cluster, 7 = insufficient free space on drive, 8 = unknown error,
221    9 = bad system area, 10 = error during standard file copy.
222    BACKUP BEFORE OPTIMIZING.  REMEMBER THE BEST OPTIMIZATION IS
223    ACCOMPLISHED BY A BACKUP/DELETE/RESTORE.
224
225FINDPATH.EXE
226    List a PATH-style environment variable's directories (or LIBPATH),
227    or find a file or files in those directories.  Perhaps useful for
228    tracking down files that appear in more than one directory on the
229    PATH or LIBPATH.
230
231FLUSH.EXE
232    Flush file system caches and buffers (make system quiescent).
233
234FM2PLAY.EXE*
235    Used by FM/2 to play multimedia files with the "Play Multimedia"
236    command (requires MMPM/2).
237
238HPFSOPT.EXE*
239    An HPFS optimizer.
240
241ICONIFY.EXE
242    "Iconifies" image files, which is to say that it sets the icon
243    of image files to be miniature versions of the image files.  A
244    PM program, but designed to be run in batch mode from a command
245    line.
246
247IMAGE.EXE*
248    Used by FM/2 to quickly display image files (requires MMPM/2).
249    Request a context menu for several options.
250
251ISTEXT.EXE
252    Returns ERRORLEVEL 1 if a file appears to be a text (ASCII) file,
253    0 if not or file is inaccessible.
254
255KILL2.EXE
256    A timed deletion/touch/list utility.
257
258KILLPID.EXE
259    Kill processes by PID or title, or list PIDs of running processes.
260    See also SWITCHTO.EXE.
261
262KEYLOCKS.EXE
263    Control state of num lock, caps lock, scroll lock.  Note:  PM
264    program, but still designed to be run from command line.
265
266LA.EXE
267    Lists the contents of archive files, extracts files from archives
268    using one command without you having to know the archive type or
269    archiver commands (requires ARCHIVER.BB2 datafile to be on your
270    PATH or DPATH, copy included in the archive, edit to taste/need).
271
272LINES.EXE
273    Counts lines in text files.
274
275LOCK.EXE
276    Lock a removable drive.
277
278MAKEOBJ.CMD
279    Creates WPS objects for filenames -- program objects for programs,
280    shadows for everything else -- on the desktop.
281
282MKPATH.EXE
283    Make directories many levels deep with one command.
284
285MOV.EXE
286    A MOVE command that can move between drives and optionally allows
287    overwriting.
288
289MSENSIT.EXE
290    Set sensitivity of mouse.
291
292NO.EXE
293    Hides file system objects, then runs a command (excludes file system
294    objects from a command).
295
296NOCAD.EXE
297    Disables/reenables (toggles) CTRL-ALT-DEL.
298
299OPEN.EXE
300    Opens a WPS object or website.
301
302PRIORITY.EXE
303    A launch-with-priority program that lets you set the priority of
304    other programs when you start them.
305
306PTREE.EXE
307    Displays the tree of a given path, several options.
308
309QFORMAT.EXE
310    Quick format floppies by zapping the root and FATs.  NOTE:  Warp's
311    FORMAT will do this now, too (/Q switch).
312
313QPLAY.EXE
314    Quiet play plays multimedia files via MMPM/2 without showing itself
315    (perhaps useful from batch files).
316
317REBOOT.EXE
318    Reboots the system as though you'd pressed CTRL-ALT-DEL.
319
320REBOOTP.EXE
321    Reboots the system as though you'd pressed CTRL-ALT-DEL after
322    broadcasting a WM_QUIT message to all children of the desktop and
323    waiting 60 seconds for the applications to save their settings and
324    quit (note that VIO and DOS applications will pop up their "Are you
325    sure?" boxes, but you don't have to be there to answer (and
326    shouldn't be -- use Shutdown instead if you're not automating),
327    though such apps won't pick up on the hint to shut down).  This is a
328    PM application, but still designed to be run from command line.
329
330REMTAB.EXE
331    Removes TABs from text files.
332
333RENCASE.EXE
334    Renames files to the same name but all upper, lower or "mixed" case.
335
336RESET.EXE
337    Resets a drive.
338
339SAVEDESK.EXE
340    Saves the Desktop, optionally restarts WPS by killing it and letting
341    it restart itself.
342
343SCOPY.EXE
344    Copy new files and/or newer versions of existing files.  Primarily
345    intended for backup and synchronization.
346
347SDIR.CMD
348    Directory listing that shows .SUBJECT EAs.
349
350SEEHELP.EXE
351    For systems where VIEW.EXE will not display .HLP files, this lets
352    you view help files without starting the program to which they
353    belong.
354
355SMODE.EXE
356    Set screen modes (columns, rows, resolutions) for VIO/full screen
357    sessions or reports on available modes.
358
359SNAPSHOT.EXE
360    Creates a "snapshot" file compatible with PMDMatch.
361
362SR.EXE
363    Simple search-and-replace command, optional interactive mode.
364    Intended to be used non-interactively for many files in a single
365    pass (otherwise a text editor is more suitable).
366
367SRCH.CMD
368    A search command for OS/2 (finds text in files).
369
370STRIP.EXE
371    Filter that strips specified strings from input.
372
373SUBJ.CMD
374    Show and modify .SUBJECT EAs.
375
376STRIPCDS.EXE
377    A filter that strips ANSI and VT-100 escape codes from stdin and
378    writes the results to stdout.
379
380SWEEP.CMD
381    A sweep command for OS/2; performs a command in all subdirectories
382    of the current directory.
383
384SWITCHTO.EXE
385    Switch current or a specified process (by PID or partial title) to
386    the foreground.
387
388TEST.EXE
389TEST.CMD
390TESTPM.EXE
391    Repeat all the arguments it receives; useful for debugging command
392    lines and figuring out what arguments one program receives from
393    another.
394
395TESTDRV.EXE
396    Test a drive.  Should be run with a drive other than the one being
397    tested as the default for best results (saves a logfile listing any
398    bad sectors found to the default directory).
399
400TESTFIND.EXE
401    Tests an IFS's DosFindFirst/Next implementation for troubleshooting.
402
403TESTHAND.EXE
404    Reports the number and type of inherited file handles.
405
406TESTRC.EXE
407    Runs a program and reports its return code (ERRORLEVEL).
408
409TYPERATE.EXE
410    Sets the typematic rate.
411
412UNARJER.CMD
413    Unarjs any arj file dropped onto it into the same directory where
414    the arj file resides, then opens a folder for that directory.
415
416UNIQUE.EXE
417    Counts the number of lines, words and unique words in a text file,
418    gives a breakdown of how many times each unique word was used.
419
420UNLOCK.EXE
421    Unlock a removable drive.
422
423UNLZHER.CMD
424    Unlzhs any lzh file dropped onto it into the same directory where
425    the lzh file resides, then opens a folder for that directory.
426
427UNZIPPER.CMD
428    Unzips any zip file dropped onto it into the same directory where
429    the zip file resides, then opens a folder for that directory.
430
431WHERE.CMD
432    A where command for OS/2; finds files on a specified or the default
433    drive.
434
435WIPE.EXE
436    Wipes then erases files so that their data cannot be recovered.
437    Meets DOD standards.
438
439                                                    * Used by "stock" FM/2.
440</README>
441</PAGE>
442
443<PAGE INDEX=6 TYPE=README>
444<NEXTBUTTON TARGET=7>~I agree</NEXTBUTTON>
445<TEXT>FM/2 Utilities: By pressing the "I agree" button, you agree to all terms and conditions of the license agreement below.</TEXT>
446<README>
447Simple license statement:
448========================
449These utilities may be freely used by end users.  I retain copyright and
450reserve all rights.  There is NO warranty expressed or implied.
451
452Distribution rights are granted for online (dial-up, Internet, CIS,
453etc.) services ONLY without prior written permission from author.
454If you want to distribute for money, you MUST contact me first and
455make arrangements.
456
457
458Author contact info:
459===================
460  Mark Kimes (mkimes@ibm.net)
461</README>
462</PAGE>
463
464<PAGE INDEX=7 TYPE=CONTAINER>
465<NEXTBUTTON TARGET=8>~Next</NEXTBUTTON>
466<TEXT>Many of the programs included within FM/2 Utilities are intended to be run from the command line. If the installation directory is not already on the PATH, then this installation will ensure that your installation directory will be on the PATH after the next reboot (unless you specifiy otherwise on the next page).</TEXT>
467</PAGE>
468
469<PAGE INDEX=8 TYPE=CONFIGURE>
470<NEXTBUTTON TARGET=0>I~nstall</NEXTBUTTON>
471<TEXT>Please select/deselect the desired configuration option(s).
472
473The CONFIG.SYS modification is the addition of the FM/2 Utilities installation directory to end of the PATH (if it is not already on the PATH), simplifying access to the utiities from the command line.
474
475Uncheck "Modify CONFIG.SYS" if you do not want your PATH changed.</TEXT>
476</PAGE>
477
478
479</BODY>
480</WARPIN>
481
482<!--
483  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|History|<FM3_Docs>|EXENAME=E.EXE;PROGTYPE=PM;PARAMETERS=$(1)\docs\history;OBJECTID=<FM2History>;"
484  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|GNU General Public License|<FM3_Docs>|EXENAME=E.EXE;PROGTYPE=PM;PARAMETERS=$(1)\docs\copying;OBJECTID=<FM3Copying>;"
485  CREATEOBJECT="WPShadow|History (Shadow)|<FM3_Docs>|SHADOWID=$(1)\docs\history;OBJECTID=<FM2HistoryShadow>;"
486  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Read Me|<FM3_Docs>|EXENAME=E.EXE;PROGTYPE=PM;PARAMETERS=$(1)\docs\readme;OBJECTID=<FM3Readme>;"
487  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Customizing^Resources|<FM3_Docs>|EXENAME=E.EXE;PROGTYPE=PM;PARAMETERS=$(1)\docs\customizingresources.txt;OBJECTID=<FM3CustRes>;"
488  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|FM/2 Utils Doc|<FM2_Utilities>|EXENAME=E.EXE;PROGTYPE=PM;PARAMETERS=$(7)\fm2utils.doc;OBJECTID=<FM2UtilsDoc>;"
489
490<WARPIN VERSION 1.0.15>
491
492<PCK INDEX=3
493  PACKAGEID="Netlabs\FM2\FM/2 Tools\3\5\9\20070331"
494  TITLE="Standalone FM/2 Tools"
495  TARGET="$(1)"
496  EXTERNAL="FM2Utilx.wpi"
497  SELECT
498  REQUIRES=1
499  FIXED
500  CREATEOBJECT="WPFolder|FM/2 Tools|<FM3_Folder>|ICONFILE=$(1)\icons\toolbox.ICO;ICONNFILE=1,$(1)\icons\toolbox2.ICO;OBJECTID=<FM3_Tools>;"
501  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Archive Viewer/2|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\AV2.EXE;PROGTYPE=PM;PARAMETERS=%*;STARTUPDIR=$(1);TITLE=Archive Viewer/2;OBJECTID=<FM/2_AV/2>;"
502  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Bookshelf Viewer|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\VIEWINFS.EXE;TITLE=Bookshelf Viewer;STARTUPDIR=$(1);OBJECTID=<FM/2_BOOKSHELF>;"
503  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Collector|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\VCOLLECT.EXE;TITLE=Collector;STARTUPDIR=$(1);OBJECTID=<FM/2_VCOLLECT>;"
504  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Databar|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\DATABAR.EXE;TITLE=Databar;STARTUPDIR=$(1);OBJECTID=<FM/2_DATABAR>;"
505  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Dir Sizes|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\DIRSIZE.EXE;PARAMETERS=%*;STARTUPDIR=$(1);TITLE=Dir Sizes;OBJECTID=<FM/2_DIRSIZE>;"
506  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|EA Viewer|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\EAS.EXE;PARAMETERS=%*;STARTUPDIR=$(1);TITLE=EA Viewer;OBJECTID=<FM/2_EAVIEW>;"
507  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|FM/2 Utilities command line|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=?:\OS2\CMD.EXE;STARTUPDIR=?:\;PROGTYPE=WINDOWABLEVIO;PARAMETERS=/K $(1)\SETENV.CMD"
508  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Global File Viewer|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\GLOBAL.EXE;TITLE=Global File Viewer;STARTUPDIR=$(1);OBJECTID=<FM/2_SEEALL>;"
509  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Helpfile Viewer|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\VIEWINFS.EXE;STARTUPDIR=$(1);TITLE=Helpfile Viewer;OBJECTID=<FM2ViewInf>;"
510  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|INI Viewer|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\INI.EXE;STARTUPDIR=$(1);PROGTYPE=PM;PARAMETERS=%*;ASSOCFILTER=*.INI,,;OBJECTID=<FM/2_INIVIEW>;"
511  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Process Killer|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\KILLPROC.EXE;PARAMETERS=%*;TITLE=Process Killer;STARTUPDIR=$(1);OBJECTID=<FM/2_KILLPROC>;"
512  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Undeleter|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\UNDEL.EXE;PARAMETERS=%*;TITLE=Undeleter;STARTUPDIR=$(1);OBJECTID=<FM/2_UNDEL>;"
513  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Seek and scan|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\VCOLLECT.EXE;TITLE=Seek and scan;PARAMETERS=**;STARTUPDIR=$(1);OBJECTID=<FM/2_VSEEK>;"
514  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Visual Directory|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\VDIR.EXE;PARAMETERS=%*;STARTUPDIR=$(1);OBJECTID=<FM/2_VDIR>;"
515  CREATEOBJECT="WPProgram|Visual Tree|<FM3_Tools>|EXENAME=$(1)\FM2Tools\VTREE.EXE;TITLE=Visual Tree;STARTUPDIR=$(1);OBJECTID=<FM/2_VTREE>;"
516  EXECUTE="$(1)\utilsmgr /UNATTENDED"
517  DEEXECUTE="$(1)\utilsmgr /DELETE /UNATTENDED"
518
519>This package installs a number of FM/2's tools
520as stand alone programs.  These tools are all
521built into FM/2, but can be configured to run
522as separate programs for people who prefer to
523use them this way.
524</PCK>
525
526<PCK INDEX=10
527  PACKAGEID="Netlabs\FM2\Reset FM/2 Customizations\3\5\9\20070331"
528  TITLE="Reset all FM/2 customizations to default values"
529  TARGET="$(1)"
530  EXTERNAL="FM2Utilx.wpi"
531  REQUIRES=1
532  EXECUTE="$(1)\cfgmgr /INSTALL /DEFAULTS /UNATTENDED"
533  DEEXECUTE="$(1)\cfgmgr /DEINSTALL /DEFAULTS /UNATTENDED"
534
535>This package resets ALL FM/2 customizations
536to their default values. All customizations
537you may have made will be lost. DO NOT select
538this package unless this is what you desire.
539</PCK>
540
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