This would be lightning quick in linux, but I'm not familiar enough with windows flavour of batch scripting.
Basically I want to look for a series of files matching a certain wildcard, and get the one with the most recent modified date.
I've gotten as far as:
for %%X in (*.exe) do ( REM Do stuff.... )
But I'm not sure what manner of comparison operators there are, or if there's a better way of doing this.
Anyone offer up any good solutions? Ideally it would involve a vanilla install of Vista; so no special trickery like cygwin/etc.