If you ever need to make the same changes to many files at once, then WildEdit will save you a lot of time.
It is an interactive tool for power users to edit a set of text files in a folder hierarchy, filtered by wildcards.
This makes it ideal for editing web pages and software source code, or reformatting log files and newsletters.
You simply specify the search text, optionally using a regular expression, the replacement text,
and a wildcard filter, then let it run. This process can be repeated as often as is required,
and up to the last 10 changes can be undone and redone.
WildEdit is available from this web site on a try before you buy basis,
so please download your trial copy now, and find out just how productive you can be.
- Windows 7/Vista/2000/XP
- Pentium processor
- 64MB RAM
|File Size:||7.41 MB|
|License:||Free to try, $8.50 to buy|
- No limit to the number of files that can be edited in a single pass.
- ECMAScript (Perl compatible) or extended POSIX regular expressions can be used.
- Replacement text can be literal, or using format expressions, which allow parts of the matched text to be substituted.
- Undo and Redo the last 10 changes. Each undo undoes the changes to all the files that were modified.
- File filters can be specified by wildcards or a regular expression.
- 65 character encodings are supported, including Unicode, Japanese, Chinese and West and East European.
- All input fields can be resized and the font size can be changed.
- The effect of a replace command can be tested on sample text.
- The text matched by sub-expressions can also be tested on sample text.
- The log of all changes made in a session can be saved to a file.