The Windows command prompt (cmd.exe) provides the FOR command. It can be used to do an operation for any file in a directory. Example:
\> dir 28.05.2012 18:25 69 buildall.bat 28.05.2012 07:48 <DIR> include 28.05.2012 18:23 <DIR> sub-607 \> for %d in (*.bat) echo %d
How can I do the same thing (non-recursively) with all subdirectories in a given directory? The idea is:
for %d in (sub-*) do ( cd %d dosomething cd .. )
The for statement above does not find sub-607 becauses it's not a file.