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FileSystemLibrary (complete replacement for FSO)

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Submitted on: 2/17/2015 12:36:00 PM
By: violent_ken (from psc cd)  
Level: Advanced
User Rating: By 13 Users
Compatibility: VB 6.0
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     This code is a COMPLETE library of functions which allows to recover more informations about files/folders/disks (logical and physical) and faster than FileSystemObject. It replaces totally FSO as it is faster, more complete and easy to use. There is about 100 functions and 80 properties availables. Thanks for your comments, and sorry for my bad english (I'm french ^^) If you have ANY IDEA to improve performances of this classes, please post a comment ! Thanks.----------------- UPDATE1 : Fixed some bugs, added lots of new functions (file/disk sanitization DOD 5220.22-M, files comparison, creation of ISO files from a drive, possibility to change file/folder dates, possibility to cut files into parts etc.)-----------------UPDATE2: Fixed some bugs, added new functions (file/folder search with different criteria etc.)-----------------UPDATE3: Fixed a bug

 
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5/15/2019 7:11:48 AMsal

hi bro...
but where is the dll filesystemlibrary.dll?
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9/9/2019 2:25:39 AMRob C

I hate VBG's
Sal's question about missing DLL, is probably related to my mumbling.
I assume we are meant to create the DLL ourselves ?
Could someone post instructions for me and sal
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