Open Source Software Development Tool: Upgrade Progress

It is planned to upgrade the Programmable Software Development Environment to include the capability of reading the paste-in text files where the each paragraph is one very long line.  You may need to download the latest version of the Programmable Software Development Environment to fully understand my reports.

Currently, the Programmable Software Development Environment has the capability of reading a standard ASCII text file where the TAB character is replaced with a suitable number of blanks. Each line of the text file cannot be longer than 256 characters. On the other hand, the Programmable Software Development Environment has the capability of writing a paste-in text file where each paragraph is one very long line. This capability includes the ability to include special characters such the TAB.

The ability to read the paste-in text file is needed to certify that the file has not been changed, was developed using the agree-upon standard libraries, or has not been illegally copied.

SATURDAY: 2014/01/04

STATUS: The upgraded Programmable Software Development Environment has been uploaded to my website and to my Codeplex project as the latest version.

DETAIL: The Linux version can be easily installed by extraction the explrpde directory (In CodePlex. it can be found in the SOURCE zip file} into your home directory. The install_explrpde found in the LINUX sub-directory will compile the source and install the executable.

NEXT TASK: This specific effort is now done.

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