QED v2.01 released!

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QED v2.01 released!

Postby janbredenbeek » Tue Sep 25, 2018 12:44 pm

I'm very pleased to present you release 2.01 of QED, my ever popular text editor!

This release comes exactly 30 years after version 1.01, which has been included in many QL software distributions.
New features include:

* Support for TK2 Data Default directories
* Editing multiple files simultaneously
* Auto-indenting of lines
* TAB compression and expansion supported
* Raw and cooked LOADing and SAVing of files for CR/LF conversion
* Can be configured for high-resolution screens (the standard configuration will fit in 512x256 ;) ).

The HELP file has been updated to include the new commands. There is no updated manual yet - you can use the Quill document in the 1.01 archive (I still need to convert it to a more common format).

The .ZIP file containing the binary, help file and configuration program can be downloaded from my GitHub page. As usual, the source code is available from this repository and on the SinclairQL GitHub page.
Maintainers of QL software distributions are encouraged to update their versions too.

Happy QL'ing,

Jan.


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Re: QED v2.01 released!

Postby NormanDunbar » Tue Sep 25, 2018 1:12 pm

Excellent news Jan. QED is my all time favourite editor on the QL.
I'll have a download tonight and a play - before MrsD gets home!


Cheers,
Norm.


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Re: QED v2.01 released!

Postby RWAP » Tue Sep 25, 2018 3:00 pm

Thanks Jan - I always liked QED as a nice fast lightweight editor :D



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