LIL Text Processor


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   LIL Text Processor is a program written in Lazarus/FreePascal that uses the LIL scripting language to process text line-to-line using a three panel interface.

   The program can be used to generate and process repetitive source code - one example would be converting the values of an enum or a series of #define macros to case switches or a series of ifs.

   LIL Text Processor exposes the core LIL functions such as trim, repstr, read, store, etc and adds three extra functions:

  • toupper and tolower, which can be used to change text case
  • run, which can be used to execute programs and returns their output

Copyright 2016 Kostas Michalopoulos