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タイトル Link Shell Extension
URL http://schinagl.priv.at/nt/hardlinkshellext/hardlinkshellext.html
バージョン 3.9.0.0   3.8.0.0   3.7.0.0   3.6.0.0   3.5.0.0   3.4.0.0   3.3.0.0   3.2.0.0   3.1.0.0  
更新日 2014/05/17
追加日 2013/08/17
種別 フリーソフト
説明 ハードリンクやジャンクション、マウントポイント、シンボリックリンクの操作・表示に関するシェル拡張。

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2014/05/17 ver 3.9.0.0

Last Updated May 17 2014, Version 3.8.5.0
Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
Blog
French
XP64, and Windows7/8 supports a facility known as hard links
, and Windows7/8's
and Windows7/8.  Hardlinks,
Currently English, Chinese, Czech, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish and Turkish are
Clones and with Windows7/8 Symbolic Links,
Windows7/8:
With Windows Vista & Windows7/8 explorer is natively aware of Junctions,
Delete Junction menue does not show up on Vista and Windows7/8.
With Vista and Windows7/8 some folders, e.g. c:\Program Files needs elevation for junctions
Replacement JunctionSymbolic LinkMountpoint
To use this feature simply select an existing directory as
Link Source and drop it over an already existing Junction/Symbolic Link/Mountpoint.
By selecting the 'Drop as ... Replacement Junction/Symbolic Link/MountPoint'
from the action menu, the target of an already existing Junction/Symbolic Link/MountPoint
is replaced by the newly picked target.
(省略されました)

2012/03/11 ver 3.8.0.0

Last Updated March 10th 2012, Version 3.7.0.0
Smart Copy basically creates a copy of the directory
structure from the source location to the destination, but it preserves the inner
hardlink structure and inner junction/symbolic link relations of the source, and
recreates this inner hardlink structure and inner junction/symbolic link relation
at the destination location:
With hardlinks it behaves as follows:
By closely looking at the above picture one can
find three different types of files:
Normal Files
The file B is a normal file. It gets copied as any other
copy tool would do.
Saturated Hardlinks
The files E and F are hardlinked together. In LSE naming
universe they are called Saturated Hardlinks, because the reference count,
which is here 2, matches the number of occurrences below 'Folder 1', which is here
2.
In General: A hardlink is called Saturated with respect to a folder F,
if the number of occurrences below the folder F matches the reference count.
(省略されました)

2011/03/03 ver 3.7.0.0

Last Updated March 3rd 2011, Version 3.6.0.0
appear in multiple folders (directories). 
included in Windows XP or my command line
ln.exe utility 
Hardlinks or Symbolic Links and a copy process taking care of Junctions, Symbolic Links, and Hardlinks.
During installation Explorer.exe has to be restarted to make Link Shell Extension active.
This means that all pending operations with explorer.exe are interrupted, but with the
Symbolic Links, Symbolic Link Clones, Mountpoints or Smart Copies are created
Windows7:
Link Shell Extension can change the target of an existing Junction,
By selecting the 'Drop as ... Replacment Junction/Symbolic Link/MountPoint'
from the action menu, the target of an already existing Junction/Symbolic Link/MountPoint
Only C and D are below Folder 1.
With junctions or symbolic link directories
the default behaviour during smartcopy
is as follows:
Outer Junctions/Symlink can be handled in three different ways. Please see
the section on Outer Junction/Symlink Handling.
Outer Symlink are handled by Smart Copy depending on the Outer Junction/Symbolic Link handling.
(省略されました)

2010/11/14 ver 3.6.0.0

Last Updated November 15th 2010, Version 3.5.0.0
XP64, and Windows7 supports a facility known as hard links
, and Windows7's
version 5.0 or later, including Windows XP64
and Windows7.  Hardlinks,
Clones and with Windows7 Symbolic Links,
'$filename - Hardlink.$ext' as the name of the the new
With Windows XP this behaviour is different and LSE
behaves under XP accordingly: 'HardLink of $filename'
'$filename - Hardlink': It uses numbers to enumerate the
$filename - Hardlink (2).$ext.
With Windows XP this behaviour is different and the names are generated
like 'Hardlink of $filename (2).
Windows7:
Command Line
The Smart Copy functionality is also available via command line from
Command Line
Command Line
DeLorean Copy
(省略されました)

2010/10/03 ver 3.5.0.0

Last Updated October 3rd 2010, Version 3.4.0.0
implemented in NT4, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows
XP64, Windows Vista and Windows7 supports a facility known as hard links
appear in multiple folders (directories). 
They can be created with the POSIX command
Resource Kit, the fsutil command utility
included in Windows XP or my command line
ln.exe utility 
Thus, using standard
Windows facilities Hardlinks can only be created at
the command prompt, which can be tedious, especially
when Hardlinks to multiple files are required or when
one only makes occasional use of Hardlinks. 
Support for Junctions in standard Microsoft software
offerings is even more limited than that offered for
Hardlinks.
, and Vista's and Windows7's
Links) a folder cloning process that utilises
Hardlinks or Symbolic Links and a copy process taking care of Junctions, Symbolic Links, and Hardlinks.
(省略されました)

2010/04/17 ver 3.4.0.0

Last Updated April 16th 2010, Version 3.3.0.0
version 5.0 or later, including Windows XP64,
Vista and Windows7.  Hardlinks,
file systems, and nor is the Cloning and Smartcopy process
supported on FAT file systems. 
Clones and with Vista & Windows7 Symbolic Links,
Auto Rename
With Windows7 this name generation has changed, and LSE
behaves under Windows7 accordingly: '$filename - Hardlink.$ext'
With Windows 7 this behaviour has changed and the names are generated
like $filename - Hardlink (2).$ext.
The Auto Rename mechanism is also used when Junctions, Hardlink Clones,
Symbolic Links, Mountpoints or Smartcopies are created in the same directory.
Vista & Windows7: With Windows Vista & Windows7 explorer is natively aware of Junctions,
from the source location to the destination, but it preserves the inner
hardlink structure and inner junction/symbolic link relations of the source, and recreates this
inner hardlink structure and inner junction/symbolic link relation at the destination location:
that the reference count of C and D is 2 with the destination location.
With junctions or symbolic link directories it behaves as follows:
(省略されました)

2009/12/24 ver 3.3.0.0

Last Updated December 23rd 2009, Version 3.2.0.0
Currently English, French, Italian, Spanish, German, Russian and Chinese are
To show the origin of a junction, the reference column of a junction shows
the path to which the selected junction links.
With Vista and Windows7 some folders, e.g. c:\Program Files needs elevation for junctions
beeing created in. This is why the famous UAC dialog must be acknowledged.
To be exact: Only the creation of directories needs elevation in such situations, but creating
an empty directory is a vital part of creating a junction. The DeviceIoControl(), which
does the real work in creating junctions would work without elevation.
Vista & Windows7: With Vista & Windows7 the creation and deletion of Volume Mountpoints is bound to
@Microsoft: Why is it not possible with Windows7 & Vista to create a
Volume Mountpoint under e.g. 'c:\Program Files'. The return value on the
CreateMountPoint() call is ERROR_INVALID_PARAMETER, which is always the
'Error I don't know what to do' thrown by Windows. Please fix this!
Link Properties
a hardlink, junction, volume mountpoint or symbolic link.
file or directory is a hardlink, junction, volume mountpoint or symbolic link,
otherwise this tab is not available.
For junctions, volume mountpoints or symbolic links this dialog also shows
(省略されました)

2008/10/23 ver 3.2.0.0

Last Updated October 20th 2008, Version 3.1.0.1
all hardlink siblings to a file in contant time. Simply select a hardlinked file and select
Properties from the right click action menu:
since the Win32 API calls to enumerate hardlinks are not available with XP or W2K.
is necessary to gather the same information. Since this operation is timeconsuming,
the siblings of a hardlinked file are not shown immediately after opening
the properties tab, but the 'Enumerate Siblings' button must be pressed.
Enumeration of all siblings under XP can take time, because in the worst case all
files contained on a logical volume must be at least opened for the filename.
Version 3.2.0.0
October 20th 2008
Version 3.1.0.1
Hardlink Sibling Enumeration now also works for XP, W2K NT4, but due
to OS contraints not that fast as with Vista.
Under W2K it turned out, that CreateHardlink() from kernel32.dll with long pathnames (e.g. \\?\) was
broken.
3.1.0 version is a stable version for WindowsXP, Windows2003, Windows Vista, Vista64 and Windows Xp64.

2008/10/16 ver 3.1.0.0

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