How to print the names of the files in a project?

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I'm using AS7.1417.  Is there an "easy" way to print the names of the files used in a project?  In this case, my project files are added as links.  Thanks.

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What do you mean by, "print" ?

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I assumed that he was asking for a text-based list of the project files. May be a poor assumption :(

 

Jim

Jim Wagner Oregon Research Electronics, Consulting Div. Tangent, OR, USA http://www.orelectronics.net

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Oh sure, sorry guys.  I meant exactly what Jim stated.  I have a solution with 4 or 5 projects building from the same source files and I actually want to move the source files to a new directory.  But since the source files are comingled with other files (100 or so), the only way I could figure out how to do this was to have a printed list (or something) and then reselect them one by one from the new directory.  Thanks.

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I personally like procmon from SysInternals for this kind of thing. Perhaps a sledgehammer to crack a nut but a beautifully crafted sledgehammer!

Last Edited: Thu. Jul 13, 2017 - 07:12 PM
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The project file is actually a text file - it contains a list of the used source files.

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awneil wrote:

The project file is actually a text file - it contains a list of the used source files.


+1

Else: Perhaps a clean+build and some postprocessing of the build output could do it.

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