scurvy 1.02

scurvy converts a simple text format to proper screenplay format.

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Free for non-commercial use
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DEVELOPED BY:
David Ljung Madison
HOMEPAGE:
MarginalHacks.com
CATEGORY:
ROOT \ Text Editing&Processing \ Markup
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scurvy
The name scurvy comes from "screen/script" and "vi/vim"

It's a tool that lets you easily write screenplays or scripts in a simple text format, then scurvy will output them in the proper screenplay format.

Scurvy can also import some RTF and Final Draft formats, as well as outputting/converting to a variety of formats as well.

Finally, I've included some vim syntax files to do coloring of the scurvy input and formal screenplay format.

Requirements:

Perl

What's New in This Release:

Handles FD7 "I/E" as well as "INT" and "EXT"

Last updated on August 31st, 2006

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