Automatic Directory Listing Search
What is Automatic Directory Listing Search?
Automatic Directory Listing Search (ADLSearch) is a tool for searching
of file lists downloaded from users. Create a new ADLSearch entering
'avi' as search string for example. When you download a directory
listing from a user, all avi-files will be placed in a special folder
- Search String
- This is the set of search strings to search for. Order doesn't
- Source Type
- One of following values:
- Matches search against filename.
- Matches against current subdirectory and places the whole
structure in the special folder.
- Full Path
- Matches against whole directory + filename.
- Min/Max Filesize
- Sets the upper and lower limits for file size. This is unused for
- Size Type
- Sets the units for the search sizes.
- Destination Directory
- Sets the output folder for a search. Multiple folders with
different names can exist simultaneously. Each folder name gets wrapped
in <<< and >>>.
- Marks the search as active or inactive.
- Download Matches
- When checked, matches to this search will be put into your
- There is a new option in the context menu (right-click) for
directory listings. It is called 'Go to directory' and can be used to
jump to the original location of the file or directory.
- If you use time
formatting variables, they will be replaced by today's date. If you
use %[nick] it will be replaced by the nick of the user you download
the directory listing from.
- If you name a destination directory 'discard', it will not be
shown in the total result. Useful with the feature below to remove
- There is a setting called Break
on First ADLSearch Match. If enabled, ADLSearch will stop after the
first match for a specific file/directory.The order in the ADLSearch
windows is therefore important. Example: Add a search item at the top
of the list with string='xxx' and destination='discard'. It will catch
many pornographic files and they will not be included in any following