Enkod™ Software
Coding software for all

Text Converter

Program Summary

This program allows you to easily convert from one format of text file to another. While it only runs on Windows, it can convert between Windows text files, Unix text files, and Mac text files up to 4GB in length. It should assist in exchanging files on the Internet so that text files remain useful regardless of the platform on which they were created. It will be useful in making text files usable if they only appear as one long line of text with no line breaks.

Version History
Downloads
Old Versions

Version History

Sep. 4, 2004 - Version 1.1 released:

  • Complete rewrite of program
  • New icon
  • New, more intuitive user interface
  • Inclusion of source for icon, help file, and installer
  • Added support for Mac line breaks

Feb. 19, 2004 - Version 1.0b of WinUnTex released:

  • Changed company name to Enkod Software
  • Switched to compiled HTML for help file format

Mar. 2, 2003 - Version 1.0 of WinUnTex released

Downloads

Here you can download the program. You have several choices: the installer, the zip file containing the binary (the program itself), the zip file containing the source code, and the zip file containing everything.

Installer

This is probably the file you want. It makes it easier to install the program.
Download the installer.

Binary

Download and unzip anywhere. It will create a folder called “TextConv” with a folder called “bin” inside it. The executable is in “bin” along with the helpfile, “help.chm”.
Download the binary.

Source

Download and unzip anywhere. It will create a folder called “TextConv” with a folder called “bin” inside it that contains the help file, “help.chm”. It will also create several folders whose names contain “src”. These folders contain the source code for the program, for the help file, and for the icon. It will also create a file called “compVc.bat” that will compile the program, provided that you have Microsoft’s Visual C++ compiler installed (available for free, see theForger’s tutorial for more information) and your environment variables set up properly. If this is not the case for you, just compile “textconv.rc” and “textconv.cpp” with your compiler and then link them into an executable, including the libraries named in compVc.bat on the line starting with “cl”. Also be sure to include the directory where the standard Windows include files are located.
Download the source.

Everything

This is just the combination of the above two. It includes everything for this program that is available for download.
Download everything.

Old Versions

You can download old versions of this program below. Previous names are indicated in parentheses.

1.0b (WinUnTex): Binary Source Everything
1.0 (WinUnTex): Binary Source Everything