ConvText 3.00 released

Gentlemen, we can rebuild him it. We have the technology…

A new version of ConvText – version 3.00 – is now available.

The software, which was often praised by Paul Beverley in Archive Magazine, carries out a list of search and replace jobs in one go, and on any type of file. It does this by way of easily created scripts, which can of course be used again and again, if you so need.

The new version sees the entire core rewritten, with the end result being a speed increase of some 35%, and a much better wildcard implementation. Additionally, a new command has been provided, which counts the number of words and calculates the average word length for any given text file.

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