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Disk No: 2657 Disk Title: WinEdit PC-SIG Version: S1.1 Program Title: WinEdit Author Version: 1.1A Author Registration: $59.95 Special Requirements: Windows 3.0 WINEDIT is an ASCII text editor designed to be first and foremost a programmer's editor, with features which facilitate creating and maintaining program source code. With its ASCII file format, ability to edit files of almost unlimited size, and word processing features such as headers and footers, WINEDIT also serves as an effective "front end" for desktop publishers and word processors including PageMaker, Word For Windows, and Ventura Publisher. Features: ~ Uses all available Windows memory to load up to 16MB of text files. ~ Multiple Document Interface allows an unlimited number of document windows. ~ Run your favorite compiler or other programming tool from within WINEDIT, monitor the compiler's output, and allow you to review any warning or error messages. ~ Regular expressions can be used in search and replace operations for powerful text manipulation capabilities. ~ Full access to the Windows SDK help and C 6.0 language help by clicking on any SDK or C language key word. (Requires the Windows help file SDKWIN.HLP provided with the Microsoft SDK and Microsoft QuickHelp provided with Microsoft C 6.0.) ~ Prints half sized "two-up" pages side by side in landscape mode - ideal for source listings or early drafts of desktop publishing documents. ~ Headers and footers. WINEDIT can optionally place the document name, date, and time in the header or footer of any printout. ~ Easy to use. Online help is always available. All major program features are available through the pulldown menus and dialog boxes. Most-used features have accelerator keys as well for lightning fast operation. ~ Fast. One of WINEDIT's design goals is speed in all critical operations. WINEDIT loads large files quickly, updates and scrolls the screen instantly, and keeps up with the fastest typist. PC-SIG 1030D East Duane Avenue Sunnyvale Ca. 94086 (408) 730-9291 (c) Copyright 1991 PC-SIG, Inc.
╔══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════╗ ║ <<<< PC-SIG Disk #2657 WinEdit >>>> ║ ╠══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════╣ ║ ║ ║ Installing WinEdit ║ ║ ║ ║ Winedit requires only one file to run: WINEDIT.EXE. Copy this ║ ║ file to a directory on your path, and you can start. You ║ ║ should also copy the WinHelp file, WINEDIT.HLP, to the same ║ ║ directory. If you are running Windows in 386 enhanced mode, ║ ║ you can copy the file EDTEMP.PIF to your Windows directory ║ ║ to allow WinEdit to compile from within a window. ║ ║ ║ ║ To start, type: WIN WINEDIT (press Enter) ║ ║ ║ ║ (c) COPYRIGHT 1991, PC-SIG INC. ║ ╚══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════╝
WinEdit 1.1A User's Manual 04-May-91 Copyright (c) 1990,1991 Steve Schauer. All rights reserved. For IBM, PC/XT, PC/AT, PS/2 and compatibles Wilson WindowWare 2701 California Ave SW ste 212 Seattle, WA 98116 Orders:(800) 762-8383 Support: (206) 937-9335 Fax: (206) 935-7129 WinEdit 1.1A User's Manual Page ii No part of this manual may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, for any purpose without the express written permission of Wilson WindowWare. Information in this document is subject to change without notice and does not represent a commitment by Wilson WindowWare. The software described herein is furnished under a license agreement. It is against the law to copy this software under any circumstances except as provided by the license agreement. U.S. Government Restricted Rights Use, duplication, or disclosure by the Government is subject to restrictions as set forth in subdivision (b)(3)(ii) of the Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software clause at 252.227-7013. Contractor/manufacturer is Wilson WindowWare/2701 California Ave SW /suite 212/Seattle, WA 98116 Trademarks IBM, PC/XT, PC/AT, and PS/2 are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation. Microsoft and MS-DOS are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation. PageMaker is a trademark of Aldus Corporation. Ventura Publisher is a trademark of Xerox Corporation. WinEdit is a trademark of Steve Schauer Command Post is a trademark of Wilson WindowWare. Acknowledgements Winedit was designed & written by Steve Schauer. Additional programming by Morrie Wilson and Bob Foster. The Control Bar was written by Dave Edson. Local memory routines were written by Dan Quigley. The regular expression routines are based on code written by Allen I. Holub, as published in the C Gazette. Our thanks to the many beta-testers for their invaluable comments & suggestions. WinEdit 1.1A User's Manual Page iii CONTENTS INTRODUCTION Introduction 1 Features 1 GETTING STARTED Installing WinEdit 2 Entering License Information 2 Basic Operations 2 WinEdit Keys 2 COMMANDS File Menu Commands 4 Edit Menu Commands 5 Search Menu Commands 6 Run Menu Commands 7 Window Menu Commands 7 PROCEDURES Changing Printers 8 Compiling 8 Copying, Cutting, and Pasting 8 Creating New Documents 8 Deleting Text 9 Extended Help 9 Printing Documents 9 Printing Headers and Footers 9 Saving Documents 10 Setting Display Options 10 Setting Margins 11 Undo 11 Using Regular Expressions 11 SOFTWARE LICENSE Software License 13 Limited Warranty 14 Order Form 15 WinEdit 1.1A User's Manual Page 1 Introduction WinEdit is an ASCII text editor designed to take full advantage of the Windows 3.0 graphical environment. WinEdit is first and foremost a programmer's editor, with features designed for creating and maintaining program source code. With its ASCII file format, ability to edit files of almost unlimited size, and word processing features such as headers and footers, WinEdit also serves as an effective "front end" for desktop publishers and word processors including PageMaker, Word For Windows, and Ventura Publisher. Features * Use all available Windows memory to load up to 16MB of text files. * Multiple Document Interface allows an unlimited number of document windows. * Run your favorite compiler or other programming tool from within WinEdit. WinEdit will monitor the compiler's output and allow you to review any warning or error messages. * Regular expressions can be used in search and replace operations for powerful text manipulation capabilities. * Full access to the Windows SDK help and C 6.0 language help by clicking on any SDK or C language key word. (Requires the Windows help file SDKWIN.HLP provided with the Microsoft SDK and Microsoft QuickHelp provided with Microsoft C 6.0.) * Print half sized "two-up" pages side by side in landscape mode - ideal for source listings or early drafts of desktop publishing documents. * Headers and footers. WinEdit can optionally place the document name, date, and time in the header or footer of any printout. * Easy to use. Online help is always available. All major program features are available through the pulldown menus and dialog boxes. Most-used features have accelerator keys as well for lightning fast operation. * Fast. One of WinEdit's design goals is speed in all critical operations. WinEdit loads large files quickly, updates and scrolls the screen instantly, and keeps up with the fastest typist. WinEdit 1.1A User's Manual Page 2 GETTING STARTED Installing WinEdit Winedit requires only one file to run: WINEDIT.EXE. Copy this file to a directory on your path, and you can start. You should also copy the WinHelp file, WINEDIT.HLP, to the same directory. If you are running Windows in 386 enhanced mode, you can copy the file EDTEMP.PIF to your Windows directory to allow WinEdit to compile from within a window. That's it! Entering License Information Choose this menu selection from the System Menu to enter your license number and ID when you register your copy of WinEdit. Registering brings you wonderful benefits: - Gets rid of that pesky reminder window that comes up when you start the program. - Entitles you to one hour free telephone support for 90 days. - Gets you the latest version of WinEdit. - Gets you a printed User's Manual. - Encourages the authors of this program to continue bringing you new and better products instead of breaking down and getting a real job. Basic Operations WinEdit follows the standard conventions for Windows programs. Refer to Chapter 2 of your Microsoft Windows User's Guide for instructions on using menus, selecting text, working with dialog boxes, working with documents, and using Windows Help. WinEdit Keys Use the following keys in WinEdit: Moving the Insertion Point Key(s) Function -------------------------------------- Up Arrow Moves up one line. Down Arrow Moves down one line. Right Arrow Moves right one character. Left Arrow Moves left one character. Ctrl+Right Arrow Moves right one word. Ctrl+Left Arrow Moves left one word. Home Moves to the beginning of the line. End Moves to the end of the line. PgUp Moves up one window. PgDn Moves down one window. Ctrl+Home Moves to the beginning of the document. Ctrl+End Moves to the end of the document. WinEdit 1.1A User's Manual Page 3 Selecting Text Key(s) Function -------------------------------------- Shift+Left or Selects text one character at a time Right Arrow to the left or right. Or, if the character is already selected, cancels the selection. Shift+Down or Selects one line of text up or down. Up Arrow Or, if the line is already selected, cancels the selection. Shift+Home Selects text to the beginning of the line. Shift+End Selects text to the end of the line. Ctrl+Shift+ Selects the previous word. Left Arrow Ctrl+Shift+ Selects the next word. Right Arrow Shift+PgUp Selects the previous screenful. Shift+PgDn Selects the next screenful. Ctrl+Shift+Home Selects to the beginning of the document. Ctrl+Shift+End Selects to the end of the document. Keypad + Copies current line to clipboard if no selection, or copies current selection. Keypad - Cuts current line to clipboard if no selection, or cuts current selection. Help Keys Key(s) Function -------------------------------------- F1 WinEdit Help Index Shift+F1 Extended Help WinEdit 1.1A User's Manual Page 4 COMMANDS File Menu Commands New --- Opens a new window with a new, untitled document Open ---- Opens a new window with an existing document. WinEdit can read an ASCII text file as large as available Windows memory. Save ---- Saves the current document. The window remains open. If the document is UNTITLED, WinEdit prompts you for a document name. Save As ------- Saves a document after prompting you for a new name. Print ----- Prints the current document using the print settings entered in the Page Setup dialog box. Page Setup ---------- Allows you to set the margins, headers, footers, printer font, and page layout. Printer Setup ------------- Sets printer options for WinEdit before printing. Preferences --------------- Allows you to choose the screen font WinEdit uses, the tab size, whether the Control Bar is shown, and startup file loading options. Exit ---- Closes all open windows and exits WinEdit. If there are any unsaved files, WinEdit prompts you before exiting. WinEdit 1.1A User's Manual Page 5 Edit Menu Commands Undo ---- Restores the line the insertion point is on to the same state it was in when the insertion point first moved into it. Cut --- Removes the current selection from the document and places it on the clipboard. Copy ---- Places a copy of the current selection on the clipboard without removing it from the document. Paste ----- Pastes the text in the clipboard into the document at the insertion point. Delete ------ Removes the current selection from the document without changing the contents of the clipboard. If there is no selection, removes the character to the right of the insertion point. Select All ---------- Selects all the text in the document. WinEdit 1.1A User's Manual Page 6 Search Menu Commands Find ---- Searches for text in a document. * Find Type the text you want to find. * Match case Select this box to match the upper and lower case exactly. * Next Search forward starting at the insertion point. * Previous Search backward starting at the insertion point. Repeat Last Find ---------------- Repeats the last search using the same options, without opening the Find dialog box. Change ------ Searches for text in a document and replaces the found text with text you specify. * Find Type the text you want to find. * Replace with Type the text you want to insert in place of the found text. * Match case Select this box to match the upper and lower case exactly. * Search backwards Search backward starting at the insertion point. * Confirm before When text is found, you will be prompted changing before the change takes place. * Change All Start at the beginning of the document, and search the entire document. You will be prompted before each change takes place if the Confirm before changing box is selected. Next Error and Prev Error _________________________ If any warning or error messages have been captured from the output of one of the Run Menu items, these menu choices allow you to review the messages and the corresponding source code. View Compiler Output -------------------- Loads the captured compiler output into a document window. WinEdit 1.1A User's Manual Page 7 Run Menu Commands The commands on this menu allow you to run other programs from within WinEdit. Use the Configure... command to enter the necessary command to run the program. Select the Capture Output box and WinEdit will run the program you configure and save its output. When the program finishes, WinEdit will allow you to review any warning or error messages that have occurred, along with the corresponding source code. WinEdit constructs a DOS batch file to execute when you choose to capture output. For this reason, to run a Windows application from the Run Menu, do not choose to capture output. WinEdit Project Files --------------------- WinEdit saves the information from the Configure... dialog box in a private INI file with an extension of .WPJ (WinEdit Project File). Choose the Save... pushbutton to save the contents of the dialog box in a .WPJ file. Choose the Open... pushbutton to load an existing .WPJ file. Window Menu Commands Tile ---- Arranges all open document windows side by side so that all windows are visible. Cascade ------- Arranges all open document windows in an overlapping pattern so that the title bar of each window is visible. Arrange Icons ------------- Arranges all document icons into rows. Close All --------- Closes all open document windows. If a document has changes that need saving, you will be prompted to save the document before closing. Document Name ------------- Each open window is listed on the menu by name. Choose the name and that window will become the active document window. WinEdit 1.1A User's Manual Page 8 PROCEDURES Changing Printers and Printer Options Select Printer Setup from the File menu to change printer settings. WinEdit will make the requested changes to your printer settings for this editing session only. The default Windows settings will not be changed. To permanently change a printer setting, use Control Panel. Select Page Setup from the File menu to change the printer settings for margins, header, footer, printer font, and page layout. WinEdit will remember these settings from session to session. Compiling (Running other programs) The first five commands on the Run menu are user-configurable commands to execute another program. You may configure these commands to execute any .EXE or .BAT program by typing the command text in the appropriate Configure... edit box. If the program supports DOS redirection (as most compilers and linkers do) you can select the Capture Output box to have WinEdit capture the program's output in a file. When the program finishes, WinEdit will allow you to review any warning or error messages that have occurred, along with the corresponding source code. WinEdit constructs a DOS batch file to execute when you choose to capture output. For this reason, to run a Windows application from the Run Menu, do not choose to capture output. Copying, Cutting, and Pasting Text To copy and paste, or cut and paste text: 1. Select the text. 2. Choose Copy from the Edit menu to copy the selected text to the clipboard. Or choose Cut from the Edit menu to cut the text to the clipboard. 3. Move the insertion point where you want the text to appear. Or select text you want the pasted text to replace. 4. Choose Paste from the Edit menu. Creating New Documents Choose New from the File menu to open a new, untitled document window. WinEdit 1.1A User's Manual Page 9 Deleting Text To delete text without sending it to the clipboard: 1. Select the text. 2. Choose Delete from the Edit menu or press the Delete key. If there is no selection, Delete deletes the character to the right of the insertion point. Extended Help Press Shift+F1 or click the Right Mouse Button on any Windows SDK function, message, or data structure name and WinEdit will access the SDKWIN.HLP topic for that item. If the word is not a valid Windows SDK topic, WinEdit will pass the word to QH.EXE (Microsoft's QuickHelp program, supplied with most Microsoft language products). This will allow you online access to any language or library keyword covered in the QuickHelp database. For SDK Help, the WinHelp file SDKWIN.HLP must be in either the current directory, the Windows directory, or a directory listed in your PATH statement. For QuickHelp, QH.EXE must be in either the current directory, the Windows directory, or a directory listed in your PATH statement. In addition, you must have an environment variable "HELPFILES=" defined which tells QH.EXE where to look to find the appropriate QuickHelp database files. Printing Documents Choose Print from the File menu to send the current document to the printer. Printing Headers and Footers Choose Page Setup from the File menu to configure header and footer text. Type the text you wish to appear at the top and bottom of each page. You can use the following special characters in headers and footers: * %f The document name will appear. * %d The file date and time will appear, unless the file has been changed, in which case the current date and time will appear. * %p The page number will appear. WinEdit 1.1A User's Manual Page 10 Saving Documents Choose Save from the File menu to save a document. Choose Save As to save the document with a new name, or to save an untitled document. Setting Preferences Choose Preferences from the File menu to choose a screen font, default tab size, whether or not to show the Control Bar, and startup file loading options. WinEdit 1.1A User's Manual Page 11 Setting Margins Choose Page Setup from the File menu to change the margins used for printouts. You can enter the measurements for top, bottom, left, and right margins. The margin settings are in inches or centimeters, corresponding to the English or Metric Measurement setting in Control Panel. Undo Choose Undo from the Edit menu to restore the current line to the state it was when the insertion point was first moved in to it. Using Regular Expressions A regular expression is a search or replace string that uses special characters to match text patterns. WinEdit supports UNIX style regular expressions. When WinEdit conducts a search using regular expressions, it must check character by character in your text. For this reason, searches using regular expressions are slower than regular searches. The following table describes the regular expression characters recognized by WinEdit. Expression Description -------------------------------------------------------------- \ Escape. WinEdit will ignore any special meaning of the character that follows the Escape expression. Use the Escape if you need to search for a literal character that matches a regular expression. . Wild Card. Matches any character. For example, the expression 'X.X' will match 'XaX', 'XbX, and 'XcX', but not 'XaaX'. ^ Beginning Of Line. The expression matches only if it occurs at the beginning of a line. For example, '^for' matches the text 'for' only when it occurs at the beginning of a line. $ End Of Line. The expression matches only if it occurs at the end of a line. For example, '(void)$' matches the text '(void)' only when it occurs at the end of a line. WinEdit 1.1A User's Manual Page 12  Character Class. The expression matches any character in the class specified within the brackets. Use a dash (-) to specify a range of character values. For example, '[a-zA-Z0-9]' matches any letter or number, and '[xyz]' matches 'x', 'y', or 'z'. [^] Inverse Class. The expression matches any character not specified in the class. For example, '[^a-zA-Z]' matches any character that is not a letter. * Repeat Operator. Matches zero or more occurences of the character that precedes the '*'. For example, 'XY*X' matches 'XX', 'XYX', and 'XYYX. + Repeat Operator. Matches one or more occurences of the character that precedes the '+'. For example, 'XY+X' matches 'XYX' and 'XYYX, but not 'XX'. WinEdit 1.1A User's Manual Page 13 SOFTWARE LICENSE WinEdit is not and has never been public domain software, nor is it free software. Non-licensed users are granted a limited license to use WinEdit on a 21-day trial basis for the purpose of determining whether WinEdit is suitable for their needs. The use of WinEdit, except for the initial 21-day trial, requires registration. The use of unlicensed copies of WinEdit by any person, business, corporation, government agency or any other entity is strictly prohibited. A single user license permits a user to use WinEdit only on a single computer. Licensed users may use the program on different computers, but may not use the program on more than one computer at the same time. No one may modify or patch the WinEdit executable files in any way, including but not limited to decompiling, disassembling, or otherwise reverse engineering the program. A limited license is granted to copy and distribute WinEdit only for the trial use of others, subject to the above limitations, and also the following: 1) WinEdit must be copied in unmodified form, complete with the file containing this license information. 2) The full machine-readable WinEdit documentation must be included with each copy. 3) WinEdit may not be distributed in conjunction with any other product without a specific license to do so from Wilson WindowWare. 4) No fee, charge, or other compensation may be requested or accepted, except as authorized below: A) Operators of electronic bulletin board systems (sysops) may make WinEdit available for downloading only as long as the above conditions are met. An overall or time- dependent charge for the use of the bulletin board system is permitted as long as there is not a specific charge for the download of WinEdit. B) Vendors of user-supported or shareware software approved by the ASP may distribute WinEdit, subject to the above conditions, without specific permission. Non-approved vendors may distribute WinEdit only after obtaining written permission from Wilson WindowWare. Such permission is usually granted. Please write for details (enclose your catalog). Vendors may charge a disk duplication and handling fee, which, when pro-rated to the WinEdit product, may not exceed eight dollars. WinEdit 1.1A User's Manual Page 14 LIMITED WARRANTY Wilson WindowWare guarantees your satisfaction with this product for a period of 90 days from the date of original purchase. If you are unsatisfied with WinEdit within that time period, return the package in saleable condition to the place of purchase for a full refund. Wilson WindowWare warrants that all disks provided are free from defects in material and workmanship, assuming normal use, for a period of 90 days from the date of purchase. Wilson WindowWare warrants that the program will perform in substantial compliance with the documentation supplied with the software product. If a significant defect in the product is found, the Purchaser may return the product for a refund. In no event will such a refund exceed the purchase price of the product. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED ABOVE, WILSON WINDOWWARE DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT. SHOULD THE PROGRAM PROVE DEFECTIVE, THE PURCHASER ASSUMES THE RISK OF PAYING THE ENTIRE COST OF ALL NECESSARY SERVICING, REPAIR, OR CORRECTION AND ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. IN NO EVENT WILL WILSON WINDOWWARE BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER (INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF BUSINESS PROFITS, BUSINESS INTERRUPTION, LOSS OF BUSINESS INFORMATION AND THE LIKE) ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR THE INABILITY TO USE THIS PRODUCT EVEN IF WILSON WINDOWWARE HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. Use of this product for any period of time constitutes your acceptance of this agreement and subjects you to its contents. Association of Shareware Professionals Ombudsman Statement Wilson WindowWare, the producer of WinEdit, is a member of the Association of Shareware Professionals (ASP). ASP wants to make sure that the shareware principle works for you. If you are unable to resolve a shareware-related problem with an ASP member by contacting the member directly, ASP may be able to help. The ASP Ombudsman can help you resolve a dispute or problem with an ASP member, but does not provide technical support for members' products. 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