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Extension of the System.IO.DirectoryInfo class that provides a
means to represent a directory on a remote machine, as well as
virtual directories (UNC paths and share names).

Some sample usage:
In the desktop directory, we can not enumerate the desktop directory and desktop items with DirInfo, but DirInfoEx will work. (i.e. use GetDesktopLocationInfo)
Folder desktop has full read/write access, while there is no access to some other folder.
On the other hand, if we want to enumerate the desktop with readonly access, we should use DirInfo, (i.e. use GetDesktopLocationInfo with IShellFolder)
Directories.Add(new DirectoryInfo(@”\\dnx105\Desktop”));
//DirectoryInfo.GetDirectories(@”\\dnx105\Desktop”) //GetDirectories doesn’t work

using (ShellFolder desktopFolder = new ShellFolder())
int i = 0;
foreach (var directory in desktopFolder.GetDesktopLocationInfo())
DirectoryInfo dInfo = directory as DirectoryInfo;
if (dInfo!= null)
//Use dInfo to access directories
Console.WriteLine(i + “. ” + dInfo.FullName);
// Returns the System.IO.DirectoryInfo for the desktop. It provides
// read-only access to the files and folders that are in the desktop
// directory. A DirectoryInfo object is returned even if the user is
// not authorized to access the desktop.


I have tested DirectoryInfo class and found it’s broken when there is a folder with special privileges, such as my documents:
\my documents\
\my documents\quotes.txt

With DirectoryInfo, it just can’t handle directory like that.
Fortunately, Microsoft added a new API that can manage special folders, such as my documents.

So you should take a look at ShellFolder object. The documentation is

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Folder enumeration is performed using the IContextMenu. On the right click menu, enumerate is selected. Two folder are added by DirectoryInfoEx, mycomputer and desktop, and you will receive different context menus when right clicking each one.

Tuesday, June 5, 2009

The NDesk.Options project is a set of tools that let you write command-line options parsing in a structured fashion.

I found NDesk.Options to be very useful and a very clean alternatives to the standard properties files Just to show you one cool thing, I’ll give you an example on how you can hide console messages while your program is running, unlike the Console.Out.WriteLine method which outputs them on the screen.

NDesk.Options let you specify your application’s command-line arguments without being limited to form of properties files. So if you think your application can be used as both GUI and command-line application, NDesk.Options is the best choice for your options management.


1. Install the Nuget package for NDesk.Options

Install-Package NDesk.Options

2. Initialize the Command-Line argument for your application

//Command-Line arguments format//name=value//–appname=value1//–arg1=value2//–help//Return a string array of the command-line arguments that the current application was started with//This array will be empty if no arguments were specified when the application was started
var options = new OptionSet() { { “appname”, “name of the app”, v => ApplicationName = v }, //allow user to change the value of the appname { “help”, “print this help message”, v => PrintHelp = v }, };
//format the number to 2 decimal places
options.AddRange(new[] { “speed”, “Speed of the CPU” });


string[] args = Environment.GetCommandLineArgs();

3. Parse the options for your application

//load/initialize options from config file

if (args.Length > 0)
var parser = new OptionParser(options);

and for another application

var parser = new OptionParser(options);

//print out result
if (parser.HelpRequested

DirectoryInfoEx Crack +

Framework that uses IShellFolder to display a folder properties
Sample Code for create and enumerate desktop directory
public void CreateDesktopDirectory()
if (!Directory.Exists(@”c:\temp”))

using (var dir = new DirectoryInfoEx(@”c:\temp”))
dir.Attributes = (Directory.Attributes.ReadOnly +
Directory.Attributes.Hidden +
Directory.Attributes.System +

// sample enumerate desktop directory
public void EnumerateDesktopDirectory()
using (var dir = new DirectoryInfoEx(@”c:\temp”))
foreach (var item in dir.Enumerate())
Console.WriteLine(“{0}”, item.FullName);

public class DirectoryInfoEx : FileSystemInfo
public DirectoryInfoEx(string path) : base(path)

public DirectoryInfoEx(string path, bool searchSubdirectories)
: this(path)
this.SearchSubdirectories = searchSubdirectories;

public bool SearchSubdirectories { get; set; }

protected override IEnumerable GetChildInfos(string subdirectory, bool searchSubdirectories)

What’s New In DirectoryInfoEx?

A System.IO.DirectoryInfo implementation that uses Shell32.DLL to enumerate special folders and their children.

MSDN: IShellFolder

317 P.2d 1082 (1957)
Willard D. LEITCH, Plaintiff in Error,
The STATE of Oklahoma, Defendant in Error.
No. A-12496.
Criminal Court of Appeals of Oklahoma.
April 30, 1957.
*1083 W.H. Arnett, Jr., Ada, Guy G. Fite, Oklahoma City, for plaintiff in error.
Mac Q. Williamson, Atty. Gen., Sam H. Lattimore, Asst. Atty. Gen., for defendant in error.
*1084 BRETT, Judge.
This is an appeal from a conviction and sentence for breaking and entering a building in which there was valuable property, with intent to steal therein. The punishment was fixed at five years imprisonment.
The defendant was employed as foreman of a crew of men who had been employed by the deceased Mrs. Pauline Pickett who had lived on her farm about one mile from the county line between Grady County and Cleveland County. This farm comprised some 52 acres of land upon which her husband had operated a feed and supply business. The defendant was an old acquaintance of Mrs. Pickett and her husband and lived about three miles from the farm. The defendant and his family visited at the deceased’s home frequently, and he had been employed by her for a short time in the fall or winter of 1955. He was discharged from the employment for some reason, which was not explained at the trial, and Mrs. Pickett refused to give him his pay. The sum of $312.44 was taken from the house when he left the farm on June 21, 1956. Mrs. Pickett was found dead by the road several hours after this act took place.
The defendant was charged with larceny, and the jury returned a verdict of guilty. Under the Instruction No. 8 which was given, the jury was then instructed that in determining the grade of the offense, they could consider the amount of money or value of property taken, if any, that was involved, and could take into consideration the fact that the victim, here Mrs. Pauline Pickett, was possessed of any property, title to which was in her own name.
At the trial of the case counsel for the defendant objected to this instruction and requested the

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There is a trick for beating the older games on a high speed cart. Simply place a 128 KB block of memory that allows it to use the entire display (ramdisk) in the game. It is great for Asteroids or a system with the Sega CD port of Flashback (beware! Not recommend for the Genesis emulator, which loads to the same location).
If you are using a Genesis Emulator, the best method to beat the speed limit would be to use the Supercharger, or else get a faster cart.

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