Textseek is a WIMP front-end to a fast machine-code file search routine.
Bugfix: No longer fails to save search history on exit if choices are being read from one directory but written back to a different directory that does not exist yet.
Textseek is a WIMP front-end to a fast machine-code file search routine. It uses throwback to display the search results, showing a whole line of
text as context for each match. Entire directory structures may be searched recursively.
Context for each match allows many matches to be eliminated at a glance.
Counts the lines properly in all files whatever their line-ending type.
Doesn't crash the throwback handler by passing it strings containing control characters.
Allows you to specify a whole range of filetypes to be searched instead of just one.
When searching BASIC files, supports both throwback to BASIC line numbers (for Zap), or throwback to physical line numbers (for StrongED).
Will search a single file, and accepts objects dragged to the application icon.