|.01||name(+)||0;1||FREE TEXT||B||This is the name of the alternate editor. It must start with a unique
|1||activation code from diwe(+)||1;E1,245||FREE TEXT||This field holds the MUMPS code to properly establish the environment
that will allow use of this editor to edit any VA FileMan word-processing
type field. Typically this code might move the text into another
MUMPS global (like ^UTILITY) or to some other file format for editing.
If the editor is written in MUMPS, it should either use variables that
do not begin with the letter "D", or should NEW all its local variables
to avoid problems on return to the FileMan editor.
If the variable DIWE(1) is defined, it indicated that the user
has switched to this editor from the standard FileMan Line Editor, and
upon return, the control will be returned to the line editor.
This editor may set the variable DIWESW to 1, if they wish to allow
the user to switch to an alternate editor from this one.
This editor is required to restore the edited text to standard FileMan
word-processing format before exiting.|
|2||ok to run test||2;E1,245||FREE TEXT||This field holds MUMPS code used to pre-check the environment before
allowing the user to enter this editor. This field should set the
$TEST indicator. If $TEST is true then it is OK for this editor to
run at this time. If $T is false, the user will be returned to the
FileMan line editor.
If the field is null, it will be the same as $T=true
An example would be a mixed VAX-PDP site using a VMS editor.|
|3||return to calling editor||3;E1,245||FREE TEXT||If the user switched to this editor from the FileMan line editor, then
DIWE(1) exists. This field should contain MUMPS code used to reset
the environment needed by the Line Editor.|
|7||description||7;0||WORD-PROCESSING||This is a description of the editor that will be shown to the user
if they enter ??? at the Select prompt.
Not in use yet.|