If you have a IIgs with enough memory to load the file into RAM, see if
you can find a copy of* Napoli's "NetEdit". It's essentially just a
big GS/OS TextEdit window that can handle big files, and has a feature to
strip out LF's.
Barring that, if you need to do it all on disk, you could write a short
BASIC routine to do it in ProDOS...gimme a couple of hours and I'll post
the code here.
--Dave Althoff, Jr.
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If you have a GS, try Textdragon. This works fine in converting UNIX
files to Apple. I recall there was an NDA to do this but I can't remember
the name of it or where to find it.
: >Which files are available that will allow me to replace the
: >characters in a 300k file. All I want to do is replace control-j
: Karl Bunker wrote a program called LINEFEED.IR that can add
: or strip control-J's from a text file. It's in the Public-Domain.
Does anyone know where to find this program??