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– Put the files into a directory of it’s own
– Scan the directory using TrIDScan with the switch “/NS”. This will find all kinds of files, fast
– Create a file named “newtype.trid.xml” that contains the information of all files found by the scan
– Reduce the number of files available to create new files using the switch “/NR”
– Rename the file “newtype.trid.xml” to a file name of your choice
– Go through the “newtype.trid.xml” file and edit the header information
If you want to rename the file to something other than “newtype.trid.xml”, you just need to rename the file from “newtype.trid.xml” to the original file name.
You will also need to extract the folder’s name using a command line tool such as “tar”.
If you have a folder named “my folders” with a folder named “java-files” containing several files you would like to create new TrID files for (e.g. “java-class.trid.xml”), you would execute the following command:
“C:>cd my folders
C:>tar -cfj class-*.tar.bz2 java-files”
Now open the “my folders” folder, open “class-*.tar.bz2” in your favorite file manager and extract the content of the “java-files” folder. Then change the file name from “newtype.trid.xml” to your desired file name.
You’ll need to extract the folder’s name using the tools mentioned above because TrIDScan is unaware of what that folder is named. So for example if you have a folder named “crap” it will be detected as a new file and renamed as “crap.trid”.
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TrIDScan is a command line application for creating new kinds in TrID (Data Types.)
You can create these kinds by “scanning” a directory (folder) with files that you want to be considered for the new data type. The kinds in TrID are limited, so if you only want one type of kind, you should select from a small set of pre-defined kinds.
You can select kinds via switch arguments. In the examples below, “-” means the specified argument is optional. Arguments with quotes (“”) are required.
For example, to create a kind named “java-class” you would use the command trid_scan -kind “java-class” -c java-class.trid.xml. (What is the difference between “-” and “-?”?)
A typical run of trid_scan would look like this:
trid_scan -kind java-class -c java-class.trid.xml
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TrIDScan is an application developed for those who wish to collect new type definitions using the TrID format.
You can simply point the scanner to a folder with all your type definitions and TrIDScan will scan all the files and create a new type definition.
You can make use of the “/SORT” option of the scanner to have TrIDScan sort the files you are scanning based on their sizes in descending order (so if there are two files with equal sizes, the one with the bigger header is first in the results). By default, TrIDScan sorts files alphabetically.
You can make use of the “/NS” option of the scanner to disable the scanning of strings (this option was added in TrID 3.1). By default TrIDScan scans strings and then prefixes. By disabling this option TrIDScan will scan the remaining header (without prefixes), which is faster.
This option was added in TrID 3.1 because TrIDScan tries to find “known patterns” in the file headers. If you scan a folder with many files that do not have known patterns, Scanning will be slow and TrIDScan might fail to detect some of them. However, many files do not include any known patterns.
You can also make use of the “/INCLUDE” option of the scanner to specify a folder with the files you want TrIDScan to analyze. By default, TrIDScan searches the files in the current folder. This option was added in TrID 3.2.
If you use the “/NS” switch, the scanner will not scan strings and then prefixes. By default, TrIDScan will scan strings and then prefixes in that order. This option was added in TrID 3.1 to speed up scanning.
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To use it, select the folder with the files you want TrIDScan to analyze and choose “Scan”.
The scanner and its options can be accessed from the “Scan” submenu.
You cannot select multiple files.
You can’t automate this process using a “*.scr” file. TrID Scan must be used interactively.
TrIDScan 3.1.0
TrIDScan 3.2.1

What’s New In TrIDScan?

TrIDScan is a small command line tool that will create new definitions to be used with TrID.
To scan multiple source files in one pass, put the files in a specific directory/folder and run TrIDScan against the folder.
It will create a file named “newtype.trid.xml” in the folder containing a reference to the files. You now only have to rename it to match the description of the files.
TrIDScan can also be run as a Java application to automatically scan directories and produce XML files.

Note: TrIDScan won’t work if there are more than one trid.xml file in the same folder. TrIDScan will create the file with a name like “newtype_.trid.xml” and rename it to match the description of the original file. After that, the file is valid for TrID.

Creating definitions

Step1 : Create the definition

The new type definition needs to be created.
You can run TrIDScan from the command line using the command tridscan -d /path/to/directory, where the path is the root folder where you want to create the new type, or with the java script by clicking the button “Create New Type”

Path options

The following options are available :

-d : The directory where you want to save your file (root folder)

-r : Save the type definition as an xml file. In this mode, a type definition contains the location of the definition file and the description of the source files. This option is not compatible with the option -d .

-R : Add an additional parameter to the type definition file. This parameter is useful to include any information about the files, like permissions, sizes, or offsets.

-H : Keeps track of the updated header information. Using this option, you can update the name of the file (as specified by the -H option) and the update the list of information in the header.

-t : This option is useful to extract all the source files in the location. This option is useful if you want to extract/collect all the files (all the files in the folder) in one pass and all the files are in the same format.

-v : This option is useful to display the information (only for the script or for the command line)

System Requirements:

Supported OS:
Mac OS X 10.7 Lion or higher
Windows 7 or higher
Software Requirements:
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