Contents of the README.DOC file
- FileXref, Version 1.3 - Read Me -
FileXref: A New Type of Cross Reference Tool
Copyright 1990, 1991 ConVal Software, Inc.
Last Updated: October, 1991
Welcome to Version 1.3 of the FileXref Cross Reference Package!
FileXref scans the source code and ASCII documentation you've
developed, producing file and symbol cross reference information.
It cross references many file types simultaneously. (BASIC, BAT
files, C, C++, COBOL, FORTRAN, INP (Oracle), MASM, Pascal, PL/I,
REXX, SQL, xBASE, and all ASCII text files are currently
This is a professional tool for the programmer or consultant!
On this diskette are all the files relating to this version. See
file PACKING.LST for an index to all these files.
If you're an application developer, change control administrator,
project leader or software configuration manager in the PC and
compatible environment, we believe you'll find FileXref to be a
very cost-effective tool to add to your chest!
To print the documentation files, type PRINTDOC at the DOS
To install on a hard disk configuration, make a FileXref directory
and copy the files on the FileXref diskette to that directory. The
ZIP file is not needed (it is used for BBS distribution).
Install on a floppy system by copying all but the ZIP file to a
working disk. Keep the original FileXref diskette as a backup.
To run a demo, first change the current directory to the one where
you copied the FileXref files. The demo batch file expects one
input - the name of the path containing your application files.
If your application source is on C:\SOURCE, then type
NOTE: Your CONFIG.SYS file must have FILES=10 or greater to run
Best of luck in your application development!
We welcome your comments about this software and documentation.
Be sure to indicate that you're using FileXref Version 1.3.
ConVal Software, Inc.
11607 E. Butter Creek Rd. CompuServe 72330,1621
Moorpark, California 93021
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