Slam-dunk the most challenging edit tasks with TextPipe Engine - a powerful text-processing engine that combines 100+ conversion, translation and filtering operations on multiple text or binary files. Update web site text using search and replace, which supports perl pattern matching, sounds-like matching and edit-distance matching, and search/replace lists loaded from Excel/CSV/Tab files. Convert files from foreign computer systems between mainframe fixed-length formats and DOS, Macintosh and Unix line-feed formats. Filters can split or join files, add or remove lines or columns, remove blanks from the start or end of each line, remove blank lines, remove HTML tags, remove duplicate lines, add line numbers, sort, center or right justify text, word wrap, convert between ASCII and EBCDIC, OEM and ANSI, Unicode and ANSI, remap ANSI or Unicode characters, extract email addresses, expand or contract tabs, remove backspaces, remove binary characters, pad or truncate or force lines to a predetermined width, generate word lists and much more. Restrict changes to line or column ranges, CSV- or tab-delimited fields, lines that match or do not match a pattern, and search replacements (allowing replacement text to be capitalized etc).
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* Split filename can now include macros using @varname syntax.
* Database filter now copes with multiple record sets from a single query.
* Changed installer to not require admin, for Vista and Windows 7.
* TextPipe now does not require admin rights to run - which in Windows Explorer:
- restores ability to double-clicking a filter to open it
- restores the TextPipe context menu
- restores drag and drop.
* Clipboard input and output can now both be in Unicode format.
* New COM method terminate() to allow filters to be stopped when called from execute() or executeClipboard().
* TextPipe Engine now supports the Split CPU filter.
* Fixed bug that occurred with T-Filters and Uppercase/Lowercase filters. The Upper/Lower filters overwrote memory so that modified text could occur in the alternate stream of the T-Filter.
* Fixed filter \'Restrict to filenames matching pattern\'.