Developers who often upload scripts to a WinBuilder download server, usually have one problem:
By some tests, the scripts often do not have the 'factory settings'. They contain e.g. the source CD path of the local system.
Usually the developer gets knowledge about these small bugs after upload.
Then he has to correct, make a new upload, etc. ...
This tool helps to change the scripts to 'factory settings' before upload.
Syntax: CleanUp <script path> [/D[V]]
BTW: CleanUp -webhelp opens the CleanUp home page
<script path> may contain wild cards, e.g. CleanUp C:\WinBuilder\Projects\nativeEx_barebone\*.script.
CleanUp scans the script for the section [UploadClean]. If the section exists, the changes are made due to the contents of the [UploadClean] section.
The optional -D switch sets the actual date into [Main] Date in all files matching the wild card pattern, even if the file does not contain an [UploadClean] section.
The -DV switch additionally increase the version.
Non-integer version extentions are lost: E.g. 52f or 52.7 are increased to 53
Syntax description and examples you can find at: