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I'm dealing with updating A LOT of text in .ent files and figuring out
how to optimize my process, wonder if anyone is doing this & has tools?
What I want is to be able to see the change I've made to the text in
something friendlier to the eye than the marked up ascii file without
having to go through a cumbersome (15 minute) build process. So, I'm
hoping for a tool that will resolve the entities into something more
Anybody know of an editor (by the by) that recognizes the entity markup?
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