4d - Write
mikeythek at gmail.com
Wed Nov 25 15:02:51 CST 2009
1) If you have a 4d issue, it might be easier to just have someone who knows
what they are doing fix it, provided that the application isn't compiled and
thus the source isn't available.
2) I still would like to know what version of 4D we are looking at so I can
figure out which version of 4D Write we are going to want to try to use.
In answer to the question you are going to ask, I am not aware of any
batch-conversion tool because it's (generally) pretty easy to just write
So send me some more info.
On Wed, Nov 25, 2009 at 15:47, Malte Pfaff-Brill <revolution at derbrill.de>wrote:
> Hi Mikey,
> thanks for your reply. Good to have a 4d Guru around. :-) I have no doubt
> that 4d is a good tool, however as with any tool it depends to a huge degree
> on the person using it to create Software for other people. Sometimes the
> solutions generated in any tool may not reflect the reality of the person
> that should use the final product. I am currently fighting such a case where
> I am forced to replace at least parts of a 4d system and thus have to
> convert some hundret of 4d write documents. So I am hoping that some kind of
> batch converter application exists that may export to any kind of open
> format that could be parsed by me for further processing.
> All the best,
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