<CT> Re: calmira_tips Digest V1 #26

  • From: JGrossklass@xxxxxxxxxxx (Stephan Grossklass)
  • To: calmira_tips@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 02 Dec 2000 20:35:24 +0100

> Date: Fri, 01 Dec 2000 20:58:54 +0100
> From: Erwin Dokter <edokter@xxxxxxx>
> Subject: <CT> Re: 3.1 Netscape and MS IIS 5.0

> I know of one site that actually refuse access to 16-bit browsers; the
> Microsoft Knowledgebase. Of course they do that on purpose; faking the
> version header win 'win95' grants perfect access.

Yep. Paul Chitescu's version lying utility is perfect for proving this.

> Date: Sat, 02 Dec 2000 16:34:06 +0000
> From: Jason Bees <jason.bees@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: <CT> Text Editor

> Does anyone know of a good programmers text editor for windows 3.1 (or even
> DOS)? Preferably one that can save in UNIX format.

You may want to try PFE. My favourite editor is WinVi
(http://www.winvi.de/) - however, there is no function for converting
line breaks (well, at least in the menus); WinVi leaves line-breaks
as-is. It supports <CR>, <LF>, <CR><LF> and <RS> (1Eh) BTW and indicates
the line break type in its status bar. If you need to convert a DOS text
to Unix format, you can use ":%s/\%0d\%0a/\%0a/" - yep, the thing is vi
compatible. Since it also supports files of nearly unlimited size,
starts very fast (it only consists of a single executable, no runtime
DLLs and such) and has a hex mode, I use it as  all-round editor. There
are a few bugs in the hex mode (in combination with search and replace)
of the 16-bit version, but they're worked on at the moment.

Stephan Großklaß (7bit: Grossklass)
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