Is there a recursive touch command to update file date/time on Win 2000 ?


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flahmeshess said:
Looking for this. Thanks !
Touch.exe for Win32, Version 1.0
Freeware by Steve P. Miller ([email protected]). Copyright 1997.
Visit http://pobox.com/~stevemil for the latest version and other utilities.

Usage: touch [/s] [/h] [/p] [/q] [/v] [/c] [/m] [/a] [/r file]
[/d mm-dd[-[cc]yy]] [/t hh[:mm[:ss[.ms]]]] filespec ...

/s Process subdirectories.
/h Process hidden/system files/directories.
/p Prompt for each file (Yes/No/All/Quit). Ignored in view mode.
/q Quiet mode; Only display errors; Ignored in view mode.
/v View mode; Display times rather than set times.
/c View/set created time.
/m View/set modified time; Default if /a and /c are not specified.
/a View/set accessed time.
/r Reference file; Use this file's date and time to set other files.
/d Date: month, day, century, year.
/t Time: hour (0-24), minutes, seconds, milliseconds.

In view mode (/v), the /p, /q, /r, /d, and /t options are ignored.
In set mode, the default is to use the current date and time.
Use the /r, /d, and/or /t options to override the default set time.
The century (cc) is assumed to be 19 for years 69-99, and 20 for years
00-68.
 
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flahmeshess

Thanks again.

Looking for this. Thanks !
Touch.exe for Win32, Version 1.0
Freeware by Steve P. Miller ([email protected]). Copyright 1997.
Visithttp://pobox.com/~stevemilfor the latest version and other utilities.

Usage: touch [/s] [/h] [/p] [/q] [/v] [/c] [/m] [/a] [/r file]
[/d mm-dd[-[cc]yy]] [/t hh[:mm[:ss[.ms]]]] filespec ...

/s Process subdirectories.
/h Process hidden/system files/directories.
/p Prompt for each file (Yes/No/All/Quit). Ignored in view mode.
/q Quiet mode; Only display errors; Ignored in view mode.
/v View mode; Display times rather than set times.
/c View/set created time.
/m View/set modified time; Default if /a and /c are not specified.
/a View/set accessed time.
/r Reference file; Use this file's date and time to set other files.
/d Date: month, day, century, year.
/t Time: hour (0-24), minutes, seconds, milliseconds.

In view mode (/v), the /p, /q, /r, /d, and /t options are ignored.
In set mode, the default is to use the current date and time.
Use the /r, /d, and/or /t options to override the default set time.
The century (cc) is assumed to be 19 for years 69-99, and 20 for years
00-68.
 
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