Software developers, coders, website administrators and other professionals working with a large number of text files often need to make mass replacements that can be a simple task in situations with 2 or 3 files, but become immensely more complex when replacements have to be made in dozens or even hundreds of files. Replacement or removal of a company name, renaming of a function or changing the case of a particular set of characters are typical examples of tasks that require the use of specialized tools.
String-O-Magic is a truly irreplaceable tool for anyone looking for a way to bulk-replace multiple text fragments (strings) in multiple files at the same time. The program is extremely flexible and supports a number of search and replace options: full word search (ignores matches occurring inside a word), wildcards for searching partially matching strings, case sensitive and case insensitive search, prompting before a replacement is made, mass renaming of files, search within a specific line range and much more. Apart from this, the program can create a ZIP backup of the source files prior to starting the replacement process, execute an MS-DOS command before or after the replacement operation, and generate a detailed log of each search and replace operation. String-O-Magic uses a special technique to ensure the integrity of source files — the program creates a temporary copy of each file where a replacement is planned and only removes the copy if the operation is a success; otherwise, it restores the file and reports an error. For extra convenience, the program comes with a few handy tools for trimming spaces at the end of lines and normalizing line breakes.
String-O-Magic is a truly magical tool that will save you a great deal of time and effort on a regular basis.
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