Tools


Update 2013: This is the former page from LeGuSoft... But there still was demand for the freeware apps developed, so here you go!

Name Purpose Size
GetHTTP 2.2
GetHTTP logo (1355 bytes)
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This program collects and saves all HTTP:// and FTP:// links from a (text, html, cpp, ...) file or directly from the internet. Just enter the URL and start.
You can save the results as a text, html or as a GetRight download list file.

New features:
- Recent URL list that keeps track of the last 5 entered URLs
- FTP:// links added
- Save options are changed
- Uninstall added

Version history:
2.1 - Direct access added: get all links from a web page without saving the file to disk. Just enter the URL and start. Saving the results to disk is also possible in HTML format. Temporary file location is moved to the systems temp directory.
1.2 - Beta version of 2.1. GetRight download list added
1.1 - Minor bugfixes and <a HREF> support added
1.0 - First version. Only possible to search for HTTP:// links in files.

167 kB (packed)
332 kB (unpacked)
PCfileRename Renames files to a general PC standard. 

Usage: Copy the executable to the base directory to be renamed. Run the program and confirm the first question. This way all files including the ones in the subdirectories will be renamed.

Example 1: TEST_file(test(TEST)).txt 
   becomes:Test File(Test(Test)).txt
Example 2: SUMMER_DANCE-CLUB_MIX.mp3
   becomes:Summer Dance - Club Mix.mp3

44 kB
FileIndex 1.2
FileIndex logo (3126 bytes)
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This tool creates an index of your files on a storage medium such as a CD, Harddisk, Floppy, ZIP, etc. and creates a HTML file of the results. Just the same as with FileIndex 1.1 (see below).
New in version 1.2 is the layout of the generated HTML file. The directory name has become a header. All files in a directory are listed below the directory name.

1 bug is fixed in version 1.2

Bug fixes:
- The combination of Order alphabetical per directory and NOT Including subdirectories gave undesirable results.

Version history:
1.2 The third release. The layout of the HTML file and the GUI has been chaged.
1.1 The second release. Alpabetical ordering in 2 ways added, Show results directly added and the layout of the User Interface has been changed.
1.0 The first release. It made easy indexing possible. Few options.

Known problems:
- A network drive, mounted with NFS Maestro 6.x, may result in an error, which causes the generated HTML file to be incomplete.
230 kB
FileIndex 1.1.1
FileIndex logo (3126 bytes)
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This tool creates an index of your files on a storage medium such as a CD, Harddisk, Floppy, ZIP, etc. and creates a HTML file of the results. Just the same as with FileIndex 1.0 (see below).

2 bugs are fixed in version 1.1.1

Bug fixes:
- On Windows 9x and ME, it was not possible to run the program twice without restarting it.
- A non readable HTML file was produced when selecting an illegal combination of options.

Version history:
1.1 The second release. Alpabetical ordering in 2 ways added, Show results directly added and the layout of the User Interface has been changed.
1.0 The first release. It made easy indexing possible. Few options.
208 kB
FileIndex 1.0
Unavailable. Please download version 1.2

FileIndex logo (3126 bytes)
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This tool creates an index of your files on a storage medium such as a CD, Harddisk, Floppy, ZIP, etc. and creates a HTML file of the results. Several options are possible. The results are viewable and "clickable" in any browser. This means that the program also creates links to the indexed files. Install and uninstall are available.

Usage: Run the executable and follow the 3 steps. 1st browse for a directory to index. 2nd select the file type (or make blank for directories only). 3rd hit Make HTML ! In the working directory of the executable you'll find an index of the selected directory and or files in HTML format.

208 kB
GetInfo 1.3
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Find and extract information from all types of files. It's like the Windows search in file function, only you can save the results to a text file!

New in version 1.3: (not) case sensitive search.

Example:
Text line = "The mail adres is mail@example.nl"
Keywords = "@"
Options = "Whole words only that contain the keyword"
Becomes: mail@example.nl
Options = "Words beginning with keyword only"
Becomes: nothing because the sentence contains no words that begin with a @
Options = none (searches the begin position of a keyword in a sentence)
Becomes: @example.nl