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Merge1File by vanSoest.it
Current versionMerge1File latest version is 188.8.131.52 and a .Net 4.x release can also be downloaded.
Main feature overviewMerge1File is a program to merge several (unicode) text files in a folder to one resulting file. Merge1File copies the first file completely and drops a specified number of header lines from the consecutive files.
Usage of Merge1File merging two w3c logfiles to one unicode file dropping all the headers from the consecutive files. View full HD (1080p)
HistoryThe first version of Merge1File was designed to quickly merge w3c compatible WebHalla visitor logs. Later versions were rebuild to support the disk status reporting of PC's and notebooks in a corporate worldwide network using Used-DiskSpace. The Merge1File program can be used on the command prompt or in a scheduled batch file.
Merge1File 184.108.40.206 is now optimised for data analysis as it supports unicode input and output data files as well as parameters.
FeaturesThe program Merge1File is very easy to use, but very flexible. The small program runs quickly and the source folder can be on a local disk or network share on a file server. File selections can be made using wildcards. The header lines option can be used to change the number of header lines that should be dropped from consecutive files (default is one).
LicenseThe program Merge1File is licensed according to the EULA in the download. Read the EULA carefully before using the program. A recent copy can be downloaded here
YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THE TERMS OF THIS EULA BY INSTALLING, COPYING, OR OTHERWISE USING THE SOFTWARE. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE, DO NOT INSTALL, COPY, OR USE THE SOFTWARE.
ManualThe program Merge1File now has three case insensitive parameters.
Getting Quick help on Merge1FileBy starting Merge1File without any parameters or with an error in the parameters, Merge1File will show its options and a simple example:
Merge1File help screen
Using Merge1File with the Source and Destination optionWhen running Merge1File with the /Source or /S option and /Destination or /D option, a folder path for the source files, and a file name must be provided to store the unicode data. The source path can use either a fixed drive, a mapped drive ("G:\PublicFiles") or an UNC path (\\nlaalfs1\PublicFiles) and the filename may contain wildcards (*.log).
The destination file will be created or overwritten with unicode data. The destination file may be on a fixed disk, mapped drive or UNC path.
Default the program will drop one header line from the consecutive files. This is the same as using /H 1
Using Merge1File with the Header lines optionWhen a source path and destination file is specified, the number of header lines that must be dropped from the consecutive files can be specified using the parameter /Header or /H
Previous ReleasesThe following table shows you the history of the Merge1File project.
InstallationDownload, unzip and copy the program Merge1File anywhere you want on the disk.
System requirementsMerge1File is designed for the .NET platform with Microsoft C#. Therefore the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 is required.
Support matrixvanSoest.it will only support the latest version of free software.
DownloadUpon clicking the "Start download process" button, you get to another web page where you have to agree to the End User License Agreement (EULA) before you can download the program Merge1File.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)Just use the postcard icon in the left menu to ask a question.
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