Re: [Clip] ClipcodeSyntax57 (was:New file uploaded to ntb-clips)
- View Source--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Alec Burgess <buralex@...> wrote:
>functions in NoteTab version 5.7.
> email@example.com (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote (in part)
> (on 2008-07-16 at 15:04):
> > File : /ClipcodeSyntax57.zip
> > Uploaded by : silvermoonwoman2001 <silvermoonwoman@...>
> > Description : Clip Writing Aid - includes all commands and
> >Actually that is the letter "O" (for Outline topic, new option in 5.7).
> > You can access this file at the URL:
> > <http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ntb-clips/files/ClipcodeSyntax57.zip>
> You added the '0' option at the end of:
> ^!Replace "SearchText" >> "ReplaceText" [Options TCIBGWHRSAO]
I guess I could add "n" to the end to designate a regex letter for the
otl command string. But if you haven't turned off the Clip Assistant
wizards and it does already prompt for a substring number when
creating a regex find or replace.
> Question (I haven't tested): what if anything does putting aThe target substring is not the same thing as the Replace Text. The
> number between 1 and 9 do in a ^!Replace statement give that the
> "Replace Text" can itself contain references to $1, ..., $9
target substring designates what portion of the original string will
This: ^!Replace "(a)(b)(c)" >> "$3" R2
Would change the "b" into a "c" because substring 2 is targeted and
replaced with $3 (which is a "c").
> ^!MakeShortcut (my and Larry's current favorite command) - notI remembered updating it, but apparently I only changed the
MakeShortcut wizard in the Clip Assistant.
Have now changed my copy of the outline prompt to this:
^!MakeShortcut ShortcutLocation "Target" ["Arguments"] ["Description"]
[CmdShow] ["IconFile::InconIndex" or "IconFile" or IconIndex]
Please let me know if you notice any other issues before I post
Re, trying CompareIt ...
No not yet, I don't keep any logs tho ...
I usually use Kdiff3. I know Kdiff3 has some regex support for merging
history/logs also, but I've never tried doing that.
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