First, I apologize for posting this since it seems to have been addressed for every situation except mine (or so I can find), and I admit I am a complete novice.
Intro: I have a batch file which gets placed in a directory with target files, loops through the files in the directory, converting them using another program, and moves the output to a dated subdir. Each conversion takes about 30 minutes. The unfinished output file sometimes changes size as it is being converted, but this is quite slow.
Need: Some sort of progress or activity bar to indicate something is happening (for the users who like to close the window thinking its not working).
Current Batch file:
This converts all .mgf files in a directory, places them in a dated sub-dir and after a pause will delete the batch file. This is made for end-users who are a bit click happy.
Set CURRENTDIR=%CD% Set mm=%date:~4,2% Set dd=%date:~7,2% Set yyyy=%date:~10,4% Mkdir "%yyyy%-%mm%-%dd% MGFs" for /f "delims=" %%a IN ('dir /b *.wiff') do ( cd "C:\Program Files (x86)\AB SCIEX\MS Data Converter" AB_SCIEX_MS_Converter WIFF "%CURRENTDIR%\%%~na.wiff" -proteinpilot MGF "%CURRENTDIR%\%yyyy%-%mm%-%dd% MGFs\%%~na.mgf" ) pause @echo off start /min cmd /c del /q %~s0 goto :eof
Idea: Put the following somewhere, except I can't get that to work within the for/do structure.
Print var+5 "%" Pause 500
Edited 5 Years Ago by neely615: n/a