01-30-2001 10:32 AM
A cut-and-pasted example of a little Quad editing session would be nice also (so I can remind myself of the error and confirmation messages, banners, etc.).
P.S. You had to ask why, didn't you? Well, I'm Telnetting into NT a lot lately, and EDLIN is your only choice for editing files in an NT Telnet session. Need I say more?
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01-30-2001 11:52 AM
Good God, there is *no* way I'm going to implement *all* of Quad's features. I forgot about all that customization stuff. But this is *exactly* what I craved.
Now my only wish is to see a transcript of a sample editing session in Quad (complete with errors, initial and final banners, command confirmations, etc.)...
Soon I will be Quadding again--nyah-hah-HAH!!!
02-01-2001 11:10 AM
QUAD -- JHK, HP San Diego, March 1986 -- Type H for help
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Number of records: 1355
File code: 0
2 * Hughes Network System ASP Configuration file
/l 1/5 offline
Numbered keep to ZUFAV.PCOURRY.SYS
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02-01-2001 01:19 PM
Jim Kramer at Lund Performance Solutions is the original author. He turned the source code over to Ken Stout of Summit Information Corp. in Corvallis at (541) 758-5888
Jim has no problems with turning over the source code to you for a port to another operating system and said to mention his name to Ken.
Now here is the fly in the ointment. The source code is in SPL. :) If that is not enough to daunt you, it should be. Be of stout heart, I wish you luck translating it.