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Patches for Trial Copies

3/24/2008 New version of HTML Documentation

We have updated the manual, and for MeLS users who get the chm version of the manual, you can download the html version here. The chm version does not have all the color coding to make the manual easier to use.

3/3/2005 Patch for EZRTools users using Multi-Edit 9.10 and higher

If you using Multi-Edit 9.10 or greater for a trial copy(downloaded before 2/28/05) you will need this patch to fix a bug in the debug comment out - remove comment out tool.

Un-zip the sas.mac file to your Mac directory under the Multi-Edit install directory.

8/4/2003 Highlighting of multi-line Comments

Highlighting for a /* (open-close) comment, that starts in column 1, not continue onto the next line. If you look in the language setup (Tools-Customize-Languages) you will see that end of line (EOL) comment number 3 is set up for /* starting in column one. This was placed there to alert mainframe SAS programmers that this type of line was in the code. If SAS code is placed in a JCL step and has /* in column one JES figures that the input (program) is finished and thus would not see the rest of the program. If you have no need for this type of functionality get the fix to this problem by clicking here.

5/21/2003 Updated Manual

If you using Multi-Edit 9.10 or greater for a trial copy(downloaded before 2/28/05) you will need this patch to fix a bug in the debug comment out - remove comment out tool.

Un-zip the sas.mac file to your Mac directory under the Multi-Edit install directory.


Patches for Purchased Copies

To download patches for purchased copies of EZRTools, you will need a user name and password. If you do not have these please contact EZRTools Support. Once you have been verified as a licensed user your user name and password will be emailed to you. Patches for trial copies do not require a password.

9/1/2008 Patch for existing EZRTools users who have upgraded to Multi-Edit 10.02 (2006) or greater. You will need this for V11 (2008) also.

If you upgrade to Multi-Edit 10.02(Me) or greater you will need this patch for EZRTools to run on your upgraded version of Me.

After installing your new version of Me, repete the install process with your existing copy of EZRTools, just like you did when you purchased it. Download and run the ezrtoolsV10patch.exe file. Point the install script to your the Multi-Edit install directory. You can now use EZRTools with your Me V10 editor.

3/24/2008 New version of HTML Documentation

We have updated the manual, and for Multi-Edit users who get the chm version of the manual, you can download the html version here. The chm version does not have all the color coding to make the manual easier to use. No username or password required for this download.

3/3/2005 Comment/Uncomment Patch for EZRTools users using Multi-Edit 9.10 and higher

If you using Multi-Edit 9.10 or greater purchased (before 3/3/05) you will need this patch to fix a bug in the debug comment out - remove comment out tool.

Un-zip the sas.mac file to your Mac directory under the Multi-Edit install directory, and the sas.s file to your Src directory under the Multi-Edit install directory.

12/16/2003 Patch for EZRTools users that have upgraded to Multi-Edit 9.1

If you purchased a copy of Multi-Edit 9.1 after you bought EZRTools, you will need this patch to run EZRTools under MEW9.1.

You must first install EZRTools into your MEW9.1 using your licensed installation exe. To complete the installation of the patch download the file EZRTV14rc91.exe (link above). Run this file and point it at the directory you have installed MEW9.1 in. The exe file contains a readme file that will guide you in finishing installing the patch by running an update script. The readme file will be located in your EZRTools directory under MEW's installation directory.

8/4/2003 Highlighting of multi-line Comments

Highlighting for a /* (open-close) comment, that starts in column 1, not continue onto the next line. If you look in the language setup (Tools-Customize-Languages) you will see that end of line (EOL) comment number 3 is set up for /* starting in column one. This was placed there to alert mainframe SAS programmers that this type of line was in the code. If SAS code is placed in a JCL step and has /* in column one JES figures that the input (program) is finished and thus would not see the rest of the program. If you have no need for this type of functionality get the fix to this problem by clicking here.

5/21/2003 Hop to Source Log Patch

If you purchased a copy of EZRTools before 5/20/2003 you should download this update. This update fixes a bug that sometimes occurs when you have downloaded source and log files created on a remote host. The patch allows the "hop to source" function to work better when the source file may contain JCL at the top. This function still only works with source code lines in the log file that also exist in the source code file. For example source located in files %included or autocalled macros would not be found. The zip file contains a readme file that will guide you in installing the patch.

5/21/2003 Updated Manual

If you purchased a copy of EZRTools before 5/20/2003 you should download this update. This update replaces your older manual with an updated copy that has a few clarifications and the newer look. The zip file contains new copies of all the manual sections and a readme file that will guide you in installing them.

5/13/2003 Comment Bug Patch

If you purchased a copy of EZRTools before 5/13/2003 you should download this update. This update fixes a bug that occurs when adding lines to a comment that starts on the first line of a file and continues for a number of lines. If you placed your cursor at the end of one of the lines contained within the comment, and pressed enter, the indent routine would go into a loop. The zip file contains a readme file that will guide you in installing the patch.

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