As part of my installation, I have to unzip an archive and then find a path to the unzipped files. I am using <findfiles> in my installer and it finds what I need. It returns me a full path to the folder, based on my search pattern. The example of the returned path is "C:\Program Files\myapplication\java-install-folder\jre1.6_131-windows\bin". I then need to pass this path to another variable, but without the "\bin" part. How, using BitRock's Regular Expressions, to "chop off" the last part of that path, and to return only "C:\Program Files\myapplication\java-install-folder\jre1.6_131-windows"?

Thank you!

asked 13 May '12, 14:21

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You could use the below code:

    <text>C:\Program Files\myapplication\java-install-folder\jre1.6_131-windows\bin</text>

answered 13 May '12, 15:36

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Thank you for a prompt reply. I was just working on my project hoping to get the answer. I will give it a try right away.

(13 May '12, 15:41) Sasha
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