I ran prettylst.pl on the srd35 data folder and a common complaint was not finding a file referenced in pcc because of a duplication of "/d20ogl/srd35" in the path, resulting "/d20ogl/srd35/d20ogl/srd35/".
I've attached the complete error.txt.
Uh, you're pointing PL to the wrong directory by the look of it. Either point it to the Data folder, or do what most of the users are supposed to do, and place it in it's own folder (like c:\pl\test).
Hmmm. I do have prettylst.pl in C:\pl and C:\pl\checked, but when I was putting items in C:\pl\test was when I was having my original problems of files being seen by not checked. I was also hoping to not to have to copy everything to it, hence my email from before.
Copy an entire folder over, and it should work file. I'll walk you through the process if need be... but first nap.
Directing the prettylst to "C:\Users\Computer\Documents\PCGen\data" seems to have worked or, at least, it is not generating the same types of "Can't find" errors.
Looking back at http://wiki.pcgen.org/PrettyLst, however, it did give as its example: Perl prettylst.pl -i="c:\pcgen\data\d20ogl\SRD" -o="c:\sort" -e="c:\sort\Rpt.txt"
Doesn't exist as a filename bug, but may be a bug in the operation of prettylst.pl when directed at some folders and/or a bug in the wiki documentation that talks about directing one to those files.