Daft "text Editor" question
Peter W A Wood
peterwawood at gmail.com
Wed May 18 06:25:00 EDT 2016
> On 18 May 2016, at 18:03, RM <richmondmathewson at gmail.com> wrote:
> Does anyone know of a word-processing type program that can open .rev and .livecode
> files so that one can see ALL the scripts of ALL the objects in one long document?
You can open them and read the scripts in BBEdit under OS X. I would imagine that the free version, TextWrangler, would be able to do the same.
I was also able to open them in Gedit on Ubuntu but Gedit complained about some of the “binary” data not being correctly encoded UTF-8. Again I could see the scripts.
> This may sound a bit daft, but I am considering "refactoring" the code-base for my Devawriter Pro
> from pre version 7 to post version 7, and this will involve very many changes in about 4 million
> lines of code, and, farnkly, I should like to automate that process as much as possible.
That is a lot of code !!!
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