As explained here, I like ini files.
working with corzipper's UNIX-like preferences file..
The only possible barrier to your working with corzipper's preferences is lack of a decent text editor.
So, get a Text Editor..
You don't need anything fancy, so long as it works with plain text, and does Syntax Highlighting. Notepad would work, technically, but without syntax highlighting, it will be almost impossible to distinguish comments from actual preferences, and not only will viewing be choreful, you are quite likely to make errors.
Most modern text editors can do syntax highlighting which simply colours the text by what it is; comments are usually grey or light green. Syntax highlighting is the difference between this..
[corzipper] # Text Editor # # This is notes, see editor=notepad.exe
[corzipper] # Text Editor # # This is notes, see editor=C:\path\to\cool\editor.exe
Most everything else you need to know is inside
corzipper.ini- drop it into your text editor!
If you used corzipper's installer, you can find
C:\Documents and Settings\<Username>\Application Data\corz\corzipper
On Vista, it's here..
If you are running in portable mode, it will be sitting right next to
You can also access
corzipper.iniby right-clicking corzipper's Progress ToolTip or System Tray icon.
More @tokens..Many of corzipper's settings make use of Dynamic Tokens. As explained on corzipper's main page, tokens are special strings, preceded with an at sign ("@", aka. "commercial at"), that you can insert into your corzipper sets. Tokens are automagically transformed into their current value at run-time.
Inside your corzipper sets, you can use the following tokens in the main file corzipper commands..
For the all-important
namesetting, you can also use many other special @tokens (if you wish, you can also use these tokens in the
tmp_dirsettings). These tokens give you the flexibility to create all sorts of interesting corzipper rotation schemes, and much more. The currently available tokens, are..
To create a corzipper, that can be synchronized every day for a month, and then archived, and a new archive begun fresh the next month, do something like..
If you wanted a maximum of 12 such corzippers, rotating yearly, use..
.. and so on.