Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : TER43.ZIP

Output of file : TERMINAT.EXT contained in archive : TER43.ZIP

% Extension edit file, max 50 entries
% This file is almost compatibel with Norton Commandor 3.0
% If you have NC.EXT, then copy it into TERMINAT.EXT and change
% all !.! -=> !F and ! to !D
% Blank lines and lines starting with % will be ignored.
% The idea of this system if that you should not waste time figuring out
% what program to call to see or use files with a certain extension.
% Like a file called TERMINAT.DOC, a file ending in .DOC is almost always
% a file that you only want to view, not edit. There you would normally
% call the viewer, called lets say LIST.COM, by pressing V inside the
% filemanager. But if you have an extension in this file called DOC:
% that program will be called when pressing RETURN over that file.
% If you have a line here like
% and you press RETURN on a .DOC file LIST will be called together with the
% complete filename of the current file. The !F will be replaced with the
% filename of the current file. The !M tells Terminate to swap out memory
% first if the program needs a lot of memory. If you use the !W parameter
% Terminate will wait for a keypress after the command has been executed.
% Syntax:
% ÚÄ Colon must be position 4 on line
% ³
% txt: edit !F
% ³ ÀÄÄ DOS command
% ÀÄ File extension
% !M Swap memory first
% !W Wait for return after
% !F Name at current position, only in filemanager
% !D Directory path to current directory

% Programs that can be executed directly

BAT: !F !M
EXE: !F !M
COM: !F !M

% Other extensions

ARC: shez !F !M
LZH: shez !F !M
ZIP: shez !F !M
ZOO: shez !F !M
ARJ: shez !F !M
TXT: q !F !M
ASC: type !F !W
ANS: type !F !W
CTL: q !F !M
CFG: q !F !M
DOC: list !F !M
MOD: c:\sb\wowii.exe !F /I:7 /B:16384 !M
VOC: c:\terminat\voc\x\voc.exe !F !M
PAS: c:\tp6\turbo.exe !F !M

  3 Responses to “Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : TER43.ZIP

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: