Please find attached mbrview.g4b, a simple grub4dos !BAT script to inspect the contents (partition table) of a MBR.
No instructions needed/provided, you either know where your towel is or you don't .
(but if you run it without parameters it will give you some hints )
If chenall of any of the good grub4dos developers happen to read this, I adopted (temporarily) the .g4b extension, in order to easily recognize grub4dos batches, some alternatives could be :
- .g4b ->grub4dos batch
- .g4s ->grub4dos script
- .bip -> batch is possible or batch is powerful
it would be a good idea if we had an "officially" approved extension and - ideally - have it *somehow* registered in grub4dos as an executable, something like [PSEUDOCODE] :
find batchfile || find batchfile.g4b
to avoid the need to type the extension on command line.
Release ALPHA 0.02 2012-11-05
Have fun , don't make systems unbootable....
EDIT: 31 October 2013
Nando4 was so kind as to "translate" the mbrview.g4b into "wenv-less" code, making use of the features of more recent grub4dos versions, in order to easen the requirements and make it more efficient. (and with thanks to Steve6375 for a couple of vital suggestions)
Find it and it's story starting from here:
(and I am attaching here a copy for the lazy and as a preventive measure against next code box IPB board software botching)