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VClone

Download VClone Version 2.0
(VClone2.zip - 37,792 bytes)

If you are having problems downloading from the above link, try this one.

To use, simply unzip the file and run VClone.exe

Note that VClone will only run on Windows XP/200x/Vista/7.


VClone must be run from a Command Prompt. Run VClone -? for an explanation of all the command line options (see below).

To export the V settings, run: VClone -e VSettings.dat

This exports all the V settings to VSettings.dat.

To import the settings on another machine, run: VClone -i VSettings.dat

Note that starting with V9, settings are stored in a different location (to V8 and previous). VClone will automatically determine what version of V is being used and will export the corresponding settings. If both versions of V have been on installed on the system, VClone will export settings for the most recent version. To export the settings of the oldest version, use the -8 command line option.


VClone version 2.0 (7-Jan-2009)
Copyright (C) 2004-2009 Charles Prineas. All Rights Reserved. (Freeware)

Imports/Exports V Program Options.

Usage:   VClone -e | -i FileName [-cfghnopsu89]

where    -e   The V settings are to be *exported* to FileName
         -i   The V settings are to be *imported* from FileName
   FileName   The file to import/export

By default, VClone will export *all* of the V settings.
You can control what is exported by specifying the
corresponding option(s) after the filename.

Valid options are:
     c       Export Color Settings
     f       Export Favorites
     g       Export GridLines
     h       Export Histories (Directories and Recent Files)
     n       Export Font Lists
     o       Export only the main V program options
     p       Export only the Printer Profiles
     s       Export String History (search strings/GREP)
     u       Export User Commands
     8       Export the Registry used by V8 (or previous)
     9       Export the Registry used by V9 (or later)

Examples: VClone -e VSettings.dat
        : VClone -e VSettings.dat -fugo
        : VClone -i VSettings.dat