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Cassiel

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DAT (depreciated) -> XML
« on: 16 January 2015, 11:58 »

Hey guys... this isn't necessarily a specific CMP question, but does anyone know a way that I can (bulk) convert a bunch of DATs in legacy format to the new n' shiny XML format?

I don't see anything under Dat2Dir, and I had it in my head that Logiqx's DatUtil could do this but I think I am mistaken.

Any pointers much appreciated...
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Re: DAT (depreciated) -> XML
« Reply #1 on: 16 January 2015, 12:11 »

use logiqx tools.....datutil
« Last Edit: 16 January 2015, 12:12 by Roman »
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Re: DAT (depreciated) -> XML
« Reply #2 on: 16 January 2015, 15:26 »

Yep, as Roman says  ::)
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if not exist done md done
for %%a in ("*.dat") do (
datutil -f genericxml "%%a"
move datutil.dat "Done\%%~na.xml"
)
pause
« Last Edit: 16 January 2015, 15:27 by oxyandy »
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Re: DAT (depreciated) -> XML
« Reply #3 on: 16 January 2015, 15:40 »

You are beautiful guys... thank you.   ;D
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Re: DAT (depreciated) -> XML
« Reply #4 on: 17 January 2015, 14:49 »

Does it work also in the other way round?
Transforming a new XMLdatfile to al old format one?
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Re: DAT (depreciated) -> XML
« Reply #5 on: 18 January 2015, 09:57 »

havent checked it but I guess: yes
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Re: DAT (depreciated) -> XML
« Reply #6 on: 19 January 2015, 17:13 »

Sorry to be a pain... how would I include MD5 too? It is already included in source DAT(s).
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Re: DAT (depreciated) -> XML
« Reply #7 on: 22 January 2015, 17:22 »

f205v change --> genericxml -to- cm should work

Cassiel - not that I know of, I rarely ever use datutil - it's old and antiquated.. It chokes on utf-8
I wrote that mini batch as I replied, I don't do batch - so when needed I use CMP for single dat converts.
crc32 + sha1 is ample, I don't see the need for md5 as well, is over kill really.

If I needed to batch convert dats I would write something modern with full utf-8 support.
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