[Coco] ScrEd Manual Wanted ( I'm at work :)
robert.gault at worldnet.att.net
Fri Jul 30 23:30:55 EDT 2004
Paul T. Barton wrote:
> Thanks Robert,
> All good except how to get out of edit mode.
> --- Robert Gault <robert.gault at worldnet.att.net>
>>Paul T. Barton wrote:
>>>Please give me a pointer to the ScrEd Manual,
>>>I'm at work and want to try it again.
>>>I know it's in the DevPak docs (at home).
>>>I tried looking on RTSI, can't find it.
>>I've not seen this on line but there is not
>>much you need to start using
>>scred. There needs to be a file termset in your
>>/dd/sys directory. Scred
>>uses the information in termset to see the type
>>of terminal in use.
>>There also needs to be the file scred.help in
>>The start options for scred can be found with
>>Syntax for scred is scred [filename]
>>Once scred is running in edit mode (which it
>>does automatically if a
>>file is named) ? ENTER will bring up
>>on-line help for the Edit mode.
>>There does not seem to be any on line help for
>>the Command mode. That's
>>not much of a problem because most of the
>>commands are seldom used. The
>>important ones are:
>>ol filename ENTER load existing file
>>ed ENTER enter Edit mode
>>ne filename ENTER create a new file and
>>start editing it
>>wr ENTER write out file; don't
>>ex ENTER write out file and
>>ab ENTER close file with no
>>mo ENTER gets more of your
>>file when it exceeds
>> 30K; starts at the
>>ch ENTER replaces all
>>occurences of a string
>> great for removing
>>$0A from $0D0A lines
>> string to find: ctrl-J ?
>> string to replace: ?
>> string to find: ctrl-J
>> string to replace: space
>> do the job.
>>Try the above and if you need more information,
>>let me know.
Should be in on-line help for Edit mode. However, it is CTRL ESC as many
times as is needed to escape the current function and reach command level.
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