Re: EDT Replacement
Michael Moroney wrote:
> EDT automagically logs its commands to a .JOU file, what you are talking
> about must be a variation of this. If your process gets killed somehow
> you can recover (most of) your work with $ EDIT/EDT/RECOVER, and it's
> kind of neat watching the cursor fly around redoing all your edits.
> I would guess that a substantial verification of EDT functionality
> could be done by using a standard input and .JOU files, and compare
> the resulting output file to a standard.[/color]
If I remember correctly, the logged data was not the journal file,
but based on it. The logged data was both the input (as the journal
file records) and the output (for verifying repeatability).
John Sauter (J_Sauter@Empire.Net)