|Application Name|| SubDiv|
|Version|| 1.2 |
|Short Description|| Organize your changing folders |
|Supported OSes|| MS Windows (All) |
|Web Pages|| - You're looking at one. |
- GitHub Repo
|Download Link|| See GitHub.|
- 1.2 - Updated format + 2 new features
- 1.0 - First working version
|Author|| pyrohacker |
SubDiv was built to organize folders that are constantly being filled with new content, such as a 'Downloads' folder. When you are continually throwing files from the Internet into a folder on your computer, that folder becomes very disorganized (at least for me). SubDiv will take those files and put them into folders based on the day they were created.Features
Portable - Program is drive-independent and saves settings using .ini files, so it can be placed on any computer.
Currently sorts based on the day that a file was created.Planned Features by Priority
Possible Features (not set in stone)
- Multiple date formats - Semi-done! (currently supports two separators.)
- Multiple sorting methods - File extension, Alphabetical, & possible others
- Multiple work modes - Update or Constant Monitor
- Optional recursive sorting of subfolders - Done! (Thanks, doctorfrog!)
- Optional sorting of subfolders themselves
- Independent website
- Help file (only if it becomes complex enough)
- Undo feature - Probable, but not a priority.
- Custom user sort fields - Not for a long time, but keep your hopes up!
Place the .exe file into the folder you wish to have sorted.Using the Application
Run the program! Current settings are:
- Recurse - take files from sub-folders and sort them as well.
- Cleanup - delete empty folders every time a files are sorted.
Delete the .exe file and the .ini file. Please note, however, that there is no way to undo sorting at this time.Known Issues
No issues that I'm aware of, other than incompleteness!
It's difficult to test a program that is based on taking a long time. Let me know if you run across any bugs.
Since I don't know how to manage files and folders in C++, this project has been made in AHK.
Any suggestions would be warmly welcomed!