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It is currently included with the LDraw All-In-One Installer.
Running mklist gives the user the following two options:
mklist v1.6 20100706 (C) 1999-2010 Lars C. Hassing firstname.lastname@example.org Replacement for James Jessiman's makelist Call with -h to see a list of options. Sorting by [D]escription. Sort by [N]umber or [D]escription:
By default, mklist sorts parts by description, but the user can select eitheror .
Running mklist with theswitch displays the following additional switches:
Options: -h You already figured this one out :-) -n Sort by Number -d Sort by Description -c Check for duplicate descriptions. "parts.lst" unchanged. -m Don't skip parts with "~Moved to xxx" description -~ Skip parts with ~ description, e.g. "~Winch 2 x 4 x 2 Top" -i <dir> input directory, default is "PARTS" in current directory -o <file> output filename, default is "parts.lst" in current directory -f Force it to finish. No prompts. -q Quiet mode. No warnings, and no prompts. -8 Use 8.3 names for compatibility. -t Truncating descriptions to fit in an 80 char terminal window. -r Ragged filename column. Size it to fit short filenames. -l Truncate Long descriptions at 64 chars. -v Print verbose info. Useful for debugging.