The heart of an OS/2 system is its config.sys file. Unfortunately, this file starts out as an organizational mess and gets worse as numerous applications modify it. Enter ConfigSort.
ConfigSort will take a config.sys file and convert it into something substantially more functional. Additionally, ConfigSort also knows about multiple entries belonging to certain applications and will group any such entries into sections at the end of the file with a helpful comment. Config Sort Summary: - re-orders config.sys into sections. - groups known application entries. - compiled executable requiring REXX (RXEXTRAS.DLL Included In ZIP)