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; SemWare Potpourri Macro data file.
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ASCII Alternate ASCII chart

Overview:

This ASCII chart provides additional information for characters
0 thru 31.

Keys: (none)

Usage notes:

This macro does not have any key assignments. To use, simply
select it from the Potpourri menu.

Adjust Adjusts text in a marked block to the right, left or center

Overview:

This macro allows you to adjust text within a block by aligning
it either on the left or right, or by centering it. If a column
block is marked, the macro operates on the text in the block
using the leftmost and/or rightmost column boundary (as
appropriate). If a line or character block is marked, it
operates on the text on the lines spanned by the block, using the
left and/or right margin (as appropriate). A selection menu
issued by the macro allows you to choose whether you want to left
adjust, right adjust, or center the text.

Keys: (none)

Usage notes:

This macro does not have any key assignments. To use, simply
select it from the Potpourri menu.

Align Aligns the current line with the cursor or the previous line.

Overview:

Align() positions the FirstNonWhite character on the current line
to the same position of the FirstNonWhite character on the
previous line or the first preceding non-blank line. The cursor
will then be moved to the next line in the file.

AlignAtCursor() positions the FirstNonWhite character on the
current line to the cursor position. The cursor will then be
moved to the next line in the file.

Keys:
Align()
AlignAtCursor()

Usage notes:

If the current line is blank, the cursor will still go to the next
line of the file, but no alignment will occur.

Book Gives visual display of active bookmarks.

Overview:

These macros will give a visual display of all active bookmarks.
This comes in very handy when you cannot remember which bookmark
takes you to the desired location. When you pop up the picklist,
a portion of the line where bookmarks are located will be
displayed so you can choose based on the content of the line.

Keys:
mPlaceBookMark()
mGotoBookMark(kFORWARD)
mGotoBookMark(kBACKWARD)
mGotoBookMark(0)

Usage notes:

Using the key, you can place bookmarks at any place in
any file. The bookmarks are numbered in sequential order
beginning with 1. Pressing the and keys will go
to the next and previous bookmarks respectively. Pressing the
key will invoke the pick list which shows the bookmark
number, file, line number, and part of the text on the line where
each bookmark is located.

CD A "chdir" command for TSE.

Overview:

Provides a facility to change the current directory within TSE.
Either full or partial pathnames may be entered. Limited to
drives identified by alphabetic letters followed by a colon (eg)
"c:".

Detailed help is available by invoking the macro and following the
prompts.

Calendar Displays a visual, changeable calendar.

Overview:

Three calendar displays are available -- Medium Size Single Month,
Three Months at a time and a Small Single Month (Alt-C to toggle
between them).

A small calendar can be inserted into the current file with the
Alt-I key combination. Here is a sample:

ÚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿
³April 5th 1993³
³Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa³
³ 1 2 3³
³ 4[ 5] 6 7 8 9 10³
³11 12 13 14 15 16 17³
³18 19 20 21 22 23 24³
³25 26 27 28 29 30 ³
ÀÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÙ

Keys:
Next Day Cursor Up or Cursor Right
Previous Day Cursor Down or Cursor Left
ÿ
Next Month +, SpaceBar or Enter
Previous Month - or BackSpace
ÿ
Next Year Page Up
Previous Year Page Down
ÿ
First Day Of Month Home
Last Day Of Month End
ÿ
First Day Of Year Ctrl-Home
Last Day Of Year Ctrl-End
ÿ
Today Alt-T
Change Calendar Type Alt-C
Insert Calendar into Text Alt-I
Exit Calendar Escape

ClipView Simple ClipBoard Viewer utility for PROJECTS

Overview:

This file provides a simple clipboard viewer. It allows
clipboards "A" through "Z" to be viewed. It was written
as a support file for PROJECTS.

Keys: (none)

Usage notes:

This macro is may be executed from the PROJECTS macro or may be
execute directly from Potpourri or the "Execute Macro:" prompt.

Clock Status line clock for TSE

Overview:

This clock uses binary support to help determine whether or not
data is overlaying the spot where the time would go. It also
retrieves its color attribute byte from the first byte on the
screen, so it always knows what color to set the clock to.

In addition, if "Eliminate Snow" is set within TSE, snow checking
will also be done in the binary, if the card is determined by the
binary to be a CGA card.

Keys: (none)

Usage notes:

Simply load or execute this macro to display a simple clock on the
statusline.

Cmp2BkUp Compares the current file to a backup file

Overview:

The user will be prompted for a backup filename. This backup file
may be inside an "ARC", "ARJ", "LZH", or "ZIP" file, or it may be
a stand alone file. If the file is inside an archive, then the
filename must be the same as the current filename. Note that
there may be many different files inside the archive, but only the
one that matches the current filename will be extracted.

The two files will be split (either vertically or horizontally).
Cursor movement keystrokes will be fed to both windows so that
they move simultaneously, in sync with each other.

Text may be scanned, and differences will be highlighted.

The video mode may be changed from 25 to 28 to 43 to 50 lines to
show more detail.

F1 is available for help.

Whitespace characters (spaces and tabs) are automatically
converted to a single space character by default, in an effort to
reduce false comparisons. This option may be toggled by pressing
the "W" key.

Once a re-sync has been accomplished, both windows will update to
the end of the difference text, with the re-synced lines adjacent
to each other on line 12 of the screen. Difference text will be
marked in both windows, for easy comparison. Press the grey- key
to retreat to the BEGINNING of the difference text, then press the
grey+ key to move back to the END of the difference text. Hit the
enter again to continue the search process, -- to find and
highlight the next difference.

Keys: (none)

Usage notes:

This macro is designed to be run from PROJECTS or may be executed
directly from Potpourri. It is automatically purged when done.

LIMITATIONS: -Line length must be under 256 characters.

-although whitespace errors will NOT cause files that
are already in sync to de-sync (unless the
whitespace filter is turned off), TSE's basic search
mechanism is used to re-sync, and whitespace cannot
be filtered out here. This is usually not too big
of an issue unless you completely en-tab, or de-tab
one of the two files. Then re-syncing will NOT take
place.

-Your file decompressor must be in the path, or a
"File Not Found" error message will result.

The usual disclaimer -- Use these macros at your own risk! I will
in NO WAY be responsible for ANY problems resulting in their use.

Colors Color Syntax Highlighting

Overview:

Color Syntax Highlighting for TSE. Color templates are provided
for files with the following extensions:

.S, .C, .ASM, .ASP, .BAS, .BAT, .BTM, .CBL, .FOR, .MOD,
.PAS, .PRG, .SIM, .SLT, and .SYS.


Note: By default any file which does not have a color file set
up for its particular extension will use the default colors
defined in the COLOR.TSE file.

To modify the pre-defined color groups, execute COLORS and select
"Customize Color Groups" from the menu.

You may easily create your own custom color template files, as
well. Follow the directions given in "CUSTOM.DOC" which resides
in the MAC\COLOR\ subdirectory. Additional information may be
found in MAC\COLOR\COLORS.DOC.

Coloring is controlled via "color template files" (having
extensions of ".tse") which may be customized by you.

Keys: (none)

Usage notes:

This macro does not have any key assignments. To use, simply
select it from the Potpourri menu. Or, if you want it to load
each time the editor loads, execute COLORS and select the "Add
COLORS to AutoLoad List" option from the menu.

This macro does not support comments or keywords partially or
fully scrolled off the screen.

Date Inserts current date (format includes Month spelled out)

Overview:

This macro inserts the current date with the full name of the
month and a 4-digit year. The format is as follows:

January 27, 1994.

Keys: (none)

Usage notes:

This macro does not have any key assignments. To use, simply
select it from the Potpourri menu.

DelToBol Delete text from cursor to beginning of current line.

Overview:

This macro is the complement to the DelToEol() command. All text
from the beginning of the line through the position preceding the
cursor will be deleted.

Keys: (none)

Usage notes:


This macro does not have any key assignments. To use, simply
select it from the Potpourri menu.

EditFile EditFile() enhancement macro

Overview:

This macro collection enhances EditFile() by trying to load the
file from the current directory first, and if unsuccessful, it
then tries the current file's directory. If wildcards are used,
two picklists will be presented -- one for the current directory
and one for the current file's directory.

Keys:
SmartEditfile()

Usage notes:

Simply load this macro and press to pull up the
SmartEditFile() prompt.

Expand Expands the current partial word based on match in current file.

Overview:

This macro file provides a macro that operates like a limited,
dynamic Template mode. It expands, or completes, the "partial"
word to the left of the cursor based on other words in the file.
When you execute Expand from the Potpourri PickList, the Expand
macro is assigned to .

Keys:
Expand()

Usage notes:

With this macro activated, just press each time you want
to complete the partial word immediately preceding the cursor.
The macro searches backward and forward in the file for words
that begin with the string that you typed as the partial word.
If only one match is found, the partial word is replaced with the
expanded word. If multiple matches are found, the macro first
displays a PickList of expanded entries from which you can
choose. To select an expanded word from the PickList, move the
cursor bar over the desired entry and press . Your
partial word is then replaced in the text with the expanded word
you selected.

Expr Calculates the value of a specified mathematical expression.

Overview:

This macro operates as a simple calculator, and handles decimal
or hexadecimal numbers. For decimal numbers, only whole numbers
are accepted.

Keys: (none)

Usage notes:

This macro does not have any key assignments. To use, simply
select it from the Potpourri menu.

The following operations are available:

> SHR (bitwise shift right)
< SHL (bitwise shift left)
~ COMP (2's complement)
% MOD (modulo division)
& AND (bitwise AND)
| OR (bitwise OR)
^ XOR (bitwise eXclusive-OR)
+ Addition
- Subtraction
* Multiplication
/ Division

Precedence is as in SAL, but can be forced by using parenthesis.

Hex number may be entered using C format, or ending with an 'h'
or '$'. Regardless, the first character _must_ be numeric.

FillNum Fill a _COLUMN_ block with a sequence of numbers.

Overview:

This macro fills a column block with a series of numbers that can
be incremented or decremented. You specify the beginning and
(optionally) ending number in the series, as well as the positive
or negative amount by which to increment or decrement the series.

Keys: (none)

Usage notes:

This macro does not have any key assignments. To use, simply
select it from the Potpourri menu.

FindEOL Macros to find and replace text that include the end of line.

Overview:

This macro file provides a group of macros that allow you to find
and replace text that includes the end of line, if you specify
the end of line (as "$") in the search string. These macros are
useful for locating a text string that begins on one line, and
ends on another. They are also useful for such tasks as:

ù Deleting extra blank lines in a file

For example, to change all occurrences of 2 blank lines to a
single blank line, use this macro to search for "$$$" and
replace with "$$".

ù Removing trailing text from certain lines

For example, to remove a trailing comma from any lines
immediately followed by a blank line, use this macro to
search for ",$$" and replace with "$$".

When you execute this macro file, special find, replace, and
repeat find/replace macros are assigned to keys. A message is
displayed to identify the key to which each macro is assigned.

Keys:
FindReplaceEol(TRUE) // Find only
FindReplaceEol(FALSE) // Find and Replace
RepeatFindReplaceEol() // RepeatFind

Usage notes:

There are a few limitations to this macro:

1 - Does not support regular expressions.
2 - Search string cannot be a single '$'.
3 - When lines are joined by replacing the '$' with nothing,
the resulting line must be less than the max line length.

InsMatch Inserts the matching character for a specific groups of chars.

Overview:

This macro causes the editor to insert the matching character for
a specific group of bracketing character pairs, including the
following: [], (), {}, <>, '', "". Execute this macro to toggle
the "insert matching" mode ON or OFF. When ON, the matching
character of a pair is automatically inserted when you type the
first character. For example, if you enter the character {, this
macro inserts the matching character, }.

Keys: Char Inserts
[ []
' ''
" ""
{ {}
< <>

Usage notes:

This macro does not have any key assignments. To use, simply
select it from the Potpourri menu.

Each time this macro is executed, the EnterMatching state is
toggled. The first time, EnterMatching is enabled. To disable,
simple execute the macro again.

Justify Justifies a paragraph based on the right margin.

Overview:

This macro work just like the WrapPara() command, but also
justifies each line to the RightMargin.

Keys: (none)

Usage notes:

This macro does not have any key assignments. To use, simply
select it from the Potpourri menu.

LongstLn Locates the longest line in the current file or block.

Overview:

This macro locates the longest line in the current file. When
you execute this macro, you are positioned on the longest line,
and its length is displayed on the StatusLine. If a block is
marked in the current file, then the search is limited to the
block.

Keys: (none)

Usage notes:

This macro does not have any key assignments. To use, simply
select it from the Potpourri menu.

Para Macros to go to the end and to the next and previous paragraph.

Overview:

These macros will position the cursor on the next or previous
paragraph, or at the end of the current paragraph. They assume
that there is at least one blank line between paragraphs.

Keys:
NextPara()
PrevPara()
EndPara()

Usage notes:

If you wish to make this macro a permanent part of your
configuration, then simply add "Para" to the AutoLoad list on
the Macro menu.

Projects Project management macro for saving and restoring files

Overview:

Project management macro for TSE. This macro will save currently
loaded files and several pre-defined editing variables as a named
project. The macro may then be run to reload the previously saved
files for a given project.

Keys:
ShowMainMenu()

SaveProjectFiles()
SaveProjectFilesAndExit()

Usage notes:

Executing Project will prompt the user with a menu allowing
PROJECTS to be added to the AutoLoad list. Adding PROJECTS to the
AutoLoad list will allow projects from the command line or from an
initial picklist each time the editor is executed.

To make changes to this macro or assign pre-defined functions
to keys, see the "User Configurable Area" below.

This file contains source for SAVING/RESTORING project
information. Projects are stored in a PRJ subdirectory located
just after the directory where the PROJECTS macro is located (eg)
C:\TSE\MAC\PRJ.

Now, when you save a project, you will be presented with a message
box asking you for a project name (!!LAST!! is the default) Note
that you should select your own name for the project, since
!!LAST!! will be overwritten each time a project is saved. That's
it -- project information will be saved, and made available for
later restoration. This allows for NEAR SEAMLESS EDITING across
sessions.

It is UNNECESSARY to change into the PRJ subdirectory to restart a
project. Simply type "e projectname" (with or without the ".PRJ"
extension), and TSE will automatically open that project for you
-- REGARDLESS OF THE CURRENT DIRECTORY SETTING. (Note also that it
is NOT necessary to have the "PRJ" subdirectory in your path
statement).

Although this is convenient, there is ANOTHER WAY. Every time a
project is saved, TWO project files are created -- one with the
project name that you assign when you exit the editor, and the
other with the name "!!LAST!!.PRJ". Since an "!" is near the
beginning of the alphabet, this file should always be the first
file in a picklist of files. By starting the editor with just "e
", this picklist will be displayed. Simply press a
second time to edit the LAST PROJECT FILES, or move through the
picklist to choose another project. If you do not wish to edit a
project, just press to get the familiar "File(s) to edit"
box.

Saved information is as follows:

ALL FILENAMES currently being edited.
ALL STANDARD BOOKMARKS across ALL files.
ALL AUDIT BOOKMARKS across ALL files.
ALL KEYSTROKE MACROS (including scrap macro).
The CURRENT DRIVE AND DIRECTORY.
The VIDEO MODE (25, 28, 43, or 50 lines).
The MAIN CLIPBOARD DATA (all marking types).
Up to 26 NAMED CLIPBOARDS (single characters "A" through "Z" only).
Any MARKED BLOCK (all marking types).
The state of INSERT.
The state of AUTOINDENT.
The state of WORDWRAP.
The state of the RIGHT MARGIN.
The state of the HEX display function.
The state of the BINARY display function.
ALL HISTORY information.

RePage Places page-breaks in current file based on printer settings.

Overview:

This macro places formfeed characters (ASCII 12) throughout a
file, based on the page size. (The page size is determined by
the value of the PrintLinesPerPage variable, which can be set
from the Print Menu, by selecting "Lines Per Page" under "Set
Options"). When you execute this macro, it pauses on each line
where a formfeed should go, according to the page size, and
places a cursor bar on that line. You can then select that line
on which to place the formfeed, or move the cursor bar to a
previous line in the file to select a different line on which to
place the formfeed. After you select the line for the formfeed,
the macro resumes, relative to the location of the selected line.

Keys: (none)

Usage notes:

This macro does not have any key assignments. To use, simply
select it from the Potpourri menu.

Shift Enables +cursor-keys to emulate CUA-style block marking.

Overview:

This macro modifies the +cursor-keys to emulate CUA-style
block marking and manipulating. It also assigns other keys to
comply with CUA standards, including key assignments for Paste
(from the System ClipBoard), CopyBlock (from the System
ClipBoard), Cut (to the System ClipBoard), and DelBlock.

Keys:
Paste()
Copy()
Cut()
DelBlock()
ShiftCursor()
ShiftCursor()
ShiftCursor()
ShiftCursor()
ShiftCursor()
ShiftCursor()
ShiftCursor()
ShiftCursor()

Usage notes:

If you wish to make this macro a permanent part of your
configuration, then simply add "Shift" to the AutoLoad list on
the Macro menu.

ShowKey Displays information about keys available in TSE.

Overview:

This macro displays information about the assignable keys on the
keyboard. When you execute this macro, an information chart is
displayed on the screen. You then press a key or key-combination
(using the , , and keys). If the key is one
that the editor recognizes as an assignable key, a line is
displayed in the chart that identifies the following information
for that key:

ù screen display character (if applicable)

ù ASCII code

ù scan code

ù hexadecimal representation

ù decimal representation

ù key name (that is, the "name" to use for that key in an editor k
assignment)

If the key is not assignable, nothing is displayed when you press
the key.

Keys: (none)

Usage notes:

This macro does not have any key assignments. To use, simply
select it from the Potpourri menu.

Sum Sums a column of numbers marked as a _COLUMN_ block.

Overview:

This macro sums up a column of numbers that have been marked in
the text as a column block. The result is optionally inserted in
the text. Sum handles decimal and hexadecimal numbers. For
decimal numbers, it accepts positive and negative (identified
with a preceding "-" sign) numbers, as well as decimal-point
fractions.

Keys: (none)

Usage notes:

This macro does not have any key assignments. To use, simply
select it from the Potpourri menu.

Sums either base 10 (decimal), base 16 (hexadecimal), or mixed.

For base 10, a fractional part is allowed and may be up to 8
decimal places. Fractions are disallowed for hexadecimal
numbers.

For base 16, a preceding '0x' is ignored as is a trailing 'h'

For mixed base, a preceding '0x' or a valid hexadecimal letter
a-f or a trailing 'h' forces base 16 for that entry. Otherwise,
base 10 is assumed.

The fractional part is maintained within (-1,1) to avoid
overflow.

Commas within a number are ignored.

Only the final result is placed in the necessary form for
display.

To find a number, the cursor scans left to right until a numeric
sign or valid number is encountered. Only whitespace is skipped.
Also, only one sign is allowed. In other words, --1 is not
allowed.

TabUtil Converts tab characters to spaces, or spaces to tab characters.

Overview:

This macro converts tab characters in the current file to spaces,
or converts spaces to tab character. When invoked, a menu is
presented allowing you to select Entab or Detab.

To limit the scope of the conversion to a block, execute the macro
from within a marked block. NOTE that it will convert the entire
line that the blocks cross.

Usage notes:

This macro does not have any key assignments. To use, simply
select it from the Potpourri menu.

When entabbing, if a tab character or a single or double quote is
encountered, the rest of that line is not entabbed.

Where A "whereis" command for TSE.

Overview:

This command will search a drive or multiple drives for the
specified file, and present the user with a list of all such found
files. From this list, you can either edit or delete the file.

Usage notes:

Normally, whereis searches the drives that have been specified via
the configuration menu. However, you can override the default by
specifying one or more drives along with the filename, as in:
"cde:*.doc", which would search drives "c", "d", and "e" for all
"*.doc" files.

Searches may also include a path, for instance:

C:\TSE\*.MAC will find all ".MAC" files in all of the TSE
subdirectories. (eg) C:.\*.EXE will find all ".EXE" files
beginning with the current directory.

Wipe Move or Cut a block and fill will spaces.

Overview:

This macro file provides two macros: MoveWipe, which is a
variation of the MoveBlock command; and CutWipe, which is a
variation of the Cut (to the System ClipBoard) command. When you
execute Wipe from the Potpourri PickList, MoveWipe is assigned to
, and CutWipe is assigned to . These
macros behave similarly to the commands on which they are based,
except that the area of text from which the block is moved or
cut, is filled with spaces. Also, with MoveWipe, if a column
block is moved, the editor overlays existing text with the
contents of the block, rather than inserting the contents of the
block into its new location.

Keys:
MoveWipe()
CutWipe()

Usage notes:

If you wish to make this macro a permanent part of your
configuration, then simply add "Shift" to the AutoLoad list on
the Macro menu.