Notepad++

what can we do without Notepad++? :-)

This helps me alot when I edit bunch of ACLs with no statement or line
numbering using the plugin.

I love the highlighting that can go several colours for different keywords.

Oh, not to mention the compatibility with ALT+COPY (column copying).

Thx
David Sudjiman
www.davidsudjiman.info

On 21/05/2011 7:18 AM, jason_lunde wrote:
> I used notepad ++ for this. I dont think any routers i have in my rack
> except R1 and R2 match up interface-wise to INE's topology. I just
> wrote little macros in notepad ++ to find/replace certain strings like
> Serial0/0/0 to Serial0/0 and saved the macro like "R3_Macro" ect...
> Wrote them all once..have used them hundreds of time now.
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  • I haven't used Notepad++ but I've used UltraEdit for years and it is great. It can do batch find/replace in a directory without having to open the files.

    Brian McGahan, CCIE #8593 (R&S/SP/Security)
    [email protected]

    Internetwork Expert, Inc.
    http://www.INE.com

    On May 20, 2011, at 6:19 PM, "David Sudjiman" wrote:

    > what can we do without Notepad++? :-) This helps me alot when I edit bunch of ACLs with no statement or line numbering using the plugin. I love the highlighting that can go several colours for different keywords. Oh, not to mention the compatibility with ALT+COPY (column copying). Thx David Sudjiman www.davidsudjiman.info On 21/05/2011 7:18 AM, jason_lunde wrote: > I used notepad ++ for this. I dont think any routers i have in my rack > except R1 and R2 match up interface-wise to INE's topology. I just > wrote little macros in notepad ++ to find/replace certain strings like > Serial0/0/0 to Serial0/0 and saved the macro like "R3_Macro" ect... > Wrote them all once..have used them hundreds of time now. > > > > -- > View this message online at: > http://ieoc.com/forums/p/15540/131640.aspx#131640 > -- > INE - The Industry Leader in CCIE Preparation > http://www.INE.com > > Subscription information may be found at: > http://www.ieoc.com/forums/ForumSubscriptions.aspx
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    > INE - The Industry Leader in CCIE Preparation

    > http://www.INE.com

    >

    > Subscription information may be found at:

    > http://www.ieoc.com/forums/ForumSubscriptions.aspx
  • This is actually very interesting product considering that it's
    available for non-Visio-compatible OS. I should try.

    Thx
    David Sudjiman
    www.davidsudjiman.info

    On 21/05/2011 10:31 AM, Brian McGahan wrote:
    > I haven't used Notepad++ but I've used UltraEdit for years and it is great. It can do batch find/replace in a directory without having to open the files. Brian McGahan, CCIE #8593 (R&S/SP/Security) [email protected] Internetwork Expert, Inc. http://www.INE.com On May 20, 2011, at 6:19 PM, "David Sudjiman" wrote:> what can we do without Notepad++? :-) This helps me alot when I edit bunch of ACLs with no statement or line numbering using the plugin. I love the highlighting that can go several colours for different keywords. Oh, not to mention the compatibility with ALT+COPY (column copying). Thx David Sudjiman www.davidsudjiman.info On 21/05/2011 7:18 AM, jason_lunde wrote:> I used notepad ++ for this. I dont think any routers i have in my rack> except R1 and R2 match up interface-wise to INE's topology. I just> wrote little macros in notepad ++ to find/replace certain strings like> Serial0/0/0 to Serial0/0 and saved the macro like "R3_Macro" ect...> Wrote them all once
    ..have used them hundreds of time now.> > > > -- > View this message online at:> http://ieoc.com/forums/p/15540/131640.aspx#131640>; -- > INE - The Industry Leader in CCIE Preparation> http://www.INE.com>; > Subscription information may be found at:> http://www.ieoc.com/forums/ForumSubscriptions.aspx>; > > INE - The Industry Leader in CCIE Preparation> http://www.INE.com>; > Subscription information may be found at:> http://www.ieoc.com/forums/ForumSubscriptions.aspx
    >
    >
    > INE - The Industry Leader in CCIE Preparation

    > http://www.INE.com

    >

    > Subscription information may be found at:

    > http://www.ieoc.com/forums/ForumSubscriptions.aspx
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