Secrets of the filter command?
Joe Lewis Wilkins
pepetoo at cox.net
Tue Jun 26 18:32:03 CDT 2007
Mark is the filter command anything at all like the "snake" command
we used to have available in HC? I've been wondering about how to
search for things in Rev the way I used to do in HC and this kind of
looked like it might be applicable.
On Jun 26, 2007, at 4:17 PM, Mark Wieder wrote:
> The filter command uses a subset of regex. I've got BZ #2805 filed
> to expand
> the regex syntax used.
> Jerry's regex string "[-ofsgOFSG][-nueNUE][> ntNT]*" is a great little
> filter for scanning through scripts looking for handlers: it will
> occurrences of lines starting with things like
> "-->", "on ", "fun", "GET" etc.
> The regex expands to
> [first char][second char][third char]followed by any number of chars
> Mark Wieder
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