#1 2017-04-19 11:00

Stamimail
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Text Processing

Is there a chance to make an offline tool for Text Processing?
Combine tools like:
http://www.den4b.com/tools/case
http://www.den4b.com/tools/coder
http://www.den4b.com/tools/regex

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#2 2017-04-20 01:17

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Re: Text Processing

These tasks can be accomplished with many of established text editors, like Notepad++.

Also, ReNamer's Analyze tool will let you process text in a similar fashion.

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#3 2017-04-20 21:57

Stamimail
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Re: Text Processing

1. I didn't find yet a desktop tool for Decode URLs like Wikipedia URLs (Decode URL escape (PHP)). Didn't find it in Notepad++.
2. A desktop tool can let select text and proccess selection by a hotkey.
See also these for the idea:
http://www.langover.com/
http://www.pixiesoft.com/flip/

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#4 2017-04-25 13:44

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Re: Text Processing

Development of a new tool is out of the question at this moment.

However, you will be able to Decode URL escape (PHP) in the next development version of ReNamer (v6.7.0.1 Beta) via Pascal Script rule:

begin
  FileName := URLDecode(FileName, True);
end.

A command line option could be added to ReNamer to apply rules to text (e.g. standard input, clipboard, text file) in an unattended manner, so it could be integrated with hotkey applications to trigger automatic conversion of a clipboard content for example.

P.S. LangOver looks very interesting.

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#5 2017-04-25 14:44

Stamimail
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Re: Text Processing

den4b wrote:

A command line option could be added to ReNamer to apply rules to text (e.g. standard input, clipboard, text file) in an unattended manner, so it could be integrated with hotkey applications to trigger automatic conversion of a clipboard content for example.

Sounds good. Please post here the switches when available.

P.S. LangOver looks very interesting.

I know LangOver for many years, it was very popular program for years in Israel.

Currently I have 2 problems with it:
1. IMO, this program takes a lot of memory related to its task. 2 Mb I think. a .Net program
2. it's not Portable

I looked for an alternative for LangOver (alternative to), and try many others programs, but all my search was futile.

From my experience, LangOver is still the best.

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