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Hi all, I write this topic to inform you about the status of the Upload.ee website. It was inaccessible after a fire which destroyed part of the OVH servers located in Strasbourg, France. For more information, consult this page: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/ovh-data-center-fire-darkens-thousands-of-sites-worldwide/398485/ Special thanks to mediocrenoob for this information link. 👍 Latest information about the Strasbourg datacentre: https://www.ovh.com/world/news/press/cpl1787.fire-our-strasbourg-site Upload.ee is now accessible. On the main page, we can read this message: If a file is no longer available for download, the following message will be displayed on Upload.ee: It is also possible that your account has been deleted. Feel free to check it on the main page and create a new account if this is the case. Unfortunately, we now have to check every download link posted on the forum to make sure the files are available, which is very tedious. To greatly facilitate this operation, I have created a Batch script that allows you to easily check Upload.ee download links. With this script, you can manually enter a link or the path to a text file to check the availability of the uploaded files. For the second option, a report will be created using the following template: Features: Performs a fast and accurate parsing of download pages 2 modes of check: an individual check and a batch check using a text file Support for all file statuses ("Available", "File not found", "Invalid link" and "Destroyed file") Exports results to a clear and detailed report How it works? After the user enters a link or the path to a text file, the script downloads the corresponding page with PowerShell and parses it by searching for several phrases. Depending on the string found in the downloaded page, the script displays a result with some information. Changelog: This tool is open-source and will be frequently updated. Download link: https://www.upload.ee/files/12999900/Upload.ee_Link_Checker_1.0.cmd.html Feel free to ask me all your questions or give me your feedback. Any help is welcome! To do this, simply post your comment on this topic or send me a PM.
Hi guys, I want to make *.txt files named after the all the folders in current directoy I need 10 *.txt files from 10 folders' names. but this scripet only makes one from its parent folder name, which is absolutely not needed :unsure: @echo off for %%* in (.) do type NUL > %%~n*.txt anyone good at batch script? :)