I downloaded a program svgb.exe that decodes encoded SVGB files into normal SVG. It is a command line tool. The syntax is
svgb.exe "Entry01.svg" "Entry01.svg"
I have thousands of files in \folder1 that need to be decoded and placed into \folder2. Is there a way to automate this ?
Here is the script. It is in biterscripting. ( http://www.biterscri...om/install.html for installation instructions. I downloaded it for free.)
Save this script as C:\Scripts\svg.txt. Start biterscripting. Call the script as
That would decode all of your thousands of files. Here is the script.
# Collect a list of input .svg files from \folder1. var string inputlist; lf -n "*.svg" "\folder1" > $inputlist # Chage current directory to output directory. cd "\folder2" # Process input files from list one by one. while ($inputlist <> "") do # Get the next input file. var string input; lex "1" $inputlist > $input # Input file name is in full path, extract just the file name into $output. var string output; stex "^/^l[" $input > $output # Decode file using svgb.exe. svgb.exe ("\""+$input+"\"") ("\""+$output+"\"") # We are wrapping $input and $output in case file names/paths contain spaces. done