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File Searcher Extender: Version 10000 Initial Release File Searcher Extender: Version 10001 Initial Release File Searcher Extender: Version 10002 July 1996 Fixed problem with srchNext sometimes failing if a search string was specified. File Searcher Extender: Version 10003 May 1997 Fixed problem with zero byte files being missed Added capability to return directory names on request. SrchInit flag 32 Return directory names too File Searcher Extender: Version 10006 Dec 12, 2000 Rename the WITZSRCH.HLP file to a more usable FILESRCH.HLP The File Searcher extender has been updated to a new format to allow more descriptive function names and additional parameters. This version of the extender requires WinBatch 2001A or newer to run. It will not work on WinBatch 2000C or older. In addition, so as not to affect existing scripts using a previous version of this extender, the extender DLL has been renamed to include a 34I in the DLL name instead of a 32I. Old and new versions of this extender can *usually* co-exist side by side. To use the new extender with old scripts and with WinBatch 2001A or newer you will need to change the AddExtender line in the script to reflect the new DLL name. e.g. AddExtender("wsrch32i.dll") should become AddExtender("wrch34i.dll") File and Folder Finder Extender: Version 44001 May 2008 Initial Release File and Folder Finder Extender: Version 44004 Sep. 2011 Added 64-bit version of extender for 64-bit WinBatch. File Searcher Extender: Version 34011 July 11, 2012 Updated extender to use the 5.0.2 version of the search library dll in order to fix an unhandled exception when searching with option 2 set. File and Folder Finder Extender: Version 44005 Aug. 28, 2013 Added support for a new flag value of 128 (no reparse points)to the fafOpen function's flags parameter. When set this flag prevents the extender from including file system objects implemented with reparse points in searches performed using the returned seach context. Reparse points are used by the NTFS file system to implement symbolic links, directory junctions and directory mount points among other things. Reparse points, and their associated filters and applications provided by 3rd party vender may also be present on a system.
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