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Re: How to convert Visual 5 to Visual 6 dsw/dsp project files?
Programming? If this file is a text file then global search and replace
should suffice if you can figure out which editor to use. I have a
wonderful little Freeware editor called Crismon Edit (
http://www.crimsoneditor.com ) which not only recognizes the differences
between Unix and Windows text files but also colorizes just about every
language I would ever consider using. Using this I could just change
the format and re-save. Oddly enough, I consider the fact that it is
not written in Java to be an advantage. Java is a joy to write but a
pain to use because of the inefficiencies of having to use a vitual
machine. I sure wish there were some publicly available Java compilers
( as opposed to interpreters ) out there. Borland's sounds good but of
course it costs about $5K.
to be sure you unpack the archive with a tool (like WinZip) that understands
linebreaks in text files. Or, you could do some quick Perl programming.