"Childcount:<3" is giving me wrong results

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dibolek
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"Childcount:<3" is giving me wrong results

Postby dibolek » Sun May 14, 2017 9:43 pm

Hello.

Using "Childcount:<3" is giving wrong results (lists folders not only with less than three children but also with more).
Same for "childfilecount:" and maybe more ;).

Using those functions with equal (=) or above (>) operator works fine - results are correct.

Thanks.

Regards.
Daniel

void
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Re: "Childcount:<3" is giving me wrong results

Postby void » Mon May 15, 2017 9:39 am

Thanks for the bug report.

Functions that take an integer parameter should eat the < and > immediately after the :

The following functions are affected:
  • childcount:
  • childfilecount:
  • childfoldercount:
  • depth:
  • bitdepth:

Fixed in Everything 874b.


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