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Find & Replace It! 2.1 is available
Written by Philippe Docourt   
Saturday, 10 August 2013 09:04

Find and replace text in multiple files wherever you go with a portable utility software installed on your USB key. Find & Replace It! 2.1 is now available as a no-install version! To learn more about the capabilities of this tool that allows to search and replace text in files, check out the product page on http://www.dprog.ch/home/products/find_and_replace_it/

 
Find & Replace It! 2.0 released
Written by Philippe Docourt   
Monday, 28 November 2011 18:25

This new major release improves the user experience by fixing several flaws of the user interface.

This version brings several other major improvements like:

  • capability to process a list of distinct replacements in one shot;
  • possibility to use ASCII sequences in the replacement text (carriage return, horizontal tab, line feed, etc.)
  • new processes for transforming captured text: escape HTML entity, convert to percent encoding, convert from percent encoding.
  • several user interface improvements.

 

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Find & Replace It! available on Apple's App Store
Written by Philippe Docourt   
Friday, 06 May 2011 20:58

Find & Replace It!, our paid software, has just been approved on App Store! This software is the one that covers the cost of our hosting, the development tools, etc.

We hope this new distribution channel will increase our sales so that we might be able to renew some hardware.

 
Qt Integration Scripts 2.0
Written by Philippe Docourt   
Sunday, 25 April 2010 20:43

Release 2.0 of the Qt Integration Scripts package should be available by the middle of 2010. It should be distributed under the terms of the BSD license. This version introduces the support for multiple projects based on the subdirs-template of QMake.

 
Syntax highlighting plugins for Qt applications
Written by Philippe Docourt   
Saturday, 24 April 2010 19:18

A collection of plugins for adding syntax highlighting to your QTextEdit controls in your Qt applications has just been released under the name of Syntax Highlighters.

 
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