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Re: minimum files

Posted By: Mathias Winkler <>
Date: Thursday, 17 September 1998, at 7:36 p.m.

In Response To: minimum files (Nunyo B.)

> I need to run ver 3 of Xtree for DOS from a 1.44 floppy. What
> are the minimum files necessary to run a bare-bones Xtree?

Quoted from the XTreeGold 3.01 Read.Me-File, its just the two files marked
below, youŽll need to run XTreeGold:

------------ -------------------------------------------

o XTreeGold 3.0 file list and description

Note: the '->' symbol denotes files that are required for

minimal XTreeGold 3.0 use. All other files add

additional functionality but can be removed.

Filename Description

README.DOC This text file

-> XTGOLD.COM The XTreeGold program and loader

-> XTG.EXE The auxiliary program file

XTLINK.COM XTreeLink program

XTG_CFG.EXE XTreeGold configuration program and overlay

------------ -------------------------------------------

In fact, you could even run the XTG.EXE file stand alone, if you start it
with the /ZS command line switch:

/ZS
Runs the XTreeGold program file XTG.EXE without the loader program XTGOLD.COM
Usage: XTG.EXE {drive:\path} {filespec} /ZS {/options}

(Quoted from the XTFP-Command Line Options section)

Another alternative would be to use XTreePro instead if you need to run XTree
from a floppy, see the link below to the XTFP-More Tricks section...

All the best!
Mathias

P.S.: If the link below doesnŽt work within the page, please reload it and try
again, or just refer to the last topic on the page (no. xiii.).

>Partial logging with XTreePro !

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