Join files

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Description:

Script for to join 001... files.

Usage:
Copy all 001, 002 ... files into same folder.
In Nautilus window, select and right-click on .001 file(s), select *Join files* on context menu.

For more information about installation & usage, please read the comment in the script.
Last changelog:

6 years ago

1. Add script to work with Nautilus script.
2. Exception handle for Nautilus script.
3. Remove the "All done!" dialog at the end of the process.

bjgood

6 years ago

It will come in very handy. I did add this to your nautilus script should I click Cancel at the beginning...

d=$?
if [ $d -eq 1 ]; then
exit
fi

If you click Cancel it then follows up with "All done!", which is appropriate.

Nice script.

Thanks. :).

Later...

Bob

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jasbutut

6 years ago

Hi soleilpqd,
thank you, i'm looking for this :)

i'm using ubuntu 11.10. I copied nautilus script to ~/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts folder.
and "join files" appeared at the context menu but when i clicked on it, nothing happened.

Did i do the steps correctly?

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soleilpqd

6 years ago

Hi jasbutut,
As I wrote above, you have to select the .001 files.
With the Nautilus script, copy all parts into same folder (example: A.001, A.002,..., B.001, B.002...), select A.001, B.001 (or just select all, the script will find *.001 files) and call the script, you will have files A, B in same folder.

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jasbutut

6 years ago

Hi it works now! :D

I need to add the #!/bin/bash
to the start of the script.

It is really helpful, thank you!

+1 ;-)

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6 years ago

1. Add script to work with Nautilus script.
2. Exception handle for Nautilus script.
3. Remove the "All done!" dialog at the end of the process.

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updated Oct 25 2011
added Oct 22 2011
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