jcNetSAR.exe v0.80 beta (Windows 2000)
jcNetSAR.exe is a freeware Network Search and Replace tool. It is a simple Windows 2000 command line utility that searches a list of text files and replaces phrases within them. It's handy for altering a bunch of plugin.ini files on the network.


Download jcNetSAR.zip v0.80 beta
Right-click the link above and choose "Save Taget As..." to download.


EXAMPLE USAGE:

    C:\>jcnetsar files.txt replace.txt

Where:
    files.txt is a text file that contains an explicit list of files to be searched. Wildcard searches such as *.txt are not supported a this time. It does not have to be named files.txt per se. Files to be searched should be listed one complete pathname per line with no quotation marks. Avoid extra spaces before and after the filename.

    replace.txt is a text file that contains the search phrase on the first line and the replacment phrase on the second line. It does not have to be named replace.txt per se. Any additional lines will be ignored. In its current form, specail characters like tab will be considered part of the phrase.


NOTES:
  • USE THIS SOFTWARE AT YOUR OWN RISK.
  • If you download this software, you agree to the terms of the included license agreement.
  • Currently jcNetSAR only matches strings with exact case. I may revise it in the future.
  • Avoid unnecessary spaces and empty lines in files.txt and replace.txt text files.
  • Wildcard filenames like *.txt are not supported at this time.


    KNOWN LIMITATIONS
  • The maximum length of a file to be searched is hardcoded at 5000 lines. Longer files will be skipped.
  • The maximum length of a line is 10,000 characters.
  • If a line is close to the maxumim line length, and if the replace phrase is longer than the search phrase, the resulting line may exceed the maximum line length and cause an assert.


    Download jcNetSAR.zip v0.80 beta
    Right-click the link above and choose "Save Taget As..." to download.

    Please send questions, bug reports, or feature requests to contact@jamescoulter.com.





    All contents 1999-2013 James Coulter except where stated otherwise.
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