I am a web designer and often i have problems with my dynamic web sitecodes. Finding a line to edit or add after is a real pain. PRGrep savedmy life many times. Thank you for your help and for sharing this great software for free.
I LOVE IT! After some time struggling with the bad windows search and trying to manualy search for my strings inside multiple files, I finaly searched the webb for a better tool. And I found it! PRGrep. Lovely to have some unix/linux power inside windows crapXP. Maybe I translate it to Swedish...
par tomm174 le 23/05/2008 @ 11:27
Nice program, I like the powerful functionality. I would like regular expressions on the file name search - which seems better than the windows one, but I haven't quite worked out the functionality yet. And I'd find it useful to be able to not put in a string & have it search just for named files. Dropdowns for search type selection would be better too, but I'm just nit-picking Thank you
For the previous poster. No. Grep does not classically include replacement. You may be thinking of sed. http://unixhelp.ed.ac.uk/CGI/man-cgi?grep
par tank le 18/02/2008 @ 01:05
It looks as though it might be very clever but it's not a GREP unless it REPlaces when you search for strings...
I can't find that function in your software - if it's there, would you please tell me where?