Hey all,Just found a showstopper bug - if the columns are sorted in any way the system may perform operations on the wrong checkmarked files (marked files mode only). I'll fix and upload this tonight.The bug is in all versions... it's due to using an API column sort which scrambles the index. Argh!
The discount *appears* to be short-lived, but in fact is probably not... They are offering a powerful product at a reasonable price (even without the discount) and with a lifetime licence, though...
The open source GrepWin is the best free/open source find-and-replace tool with an interface I've found.
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http://www.regular-expressions.info/ is a very good beginners guide, though watch yourself for all the shameless PowerGrep plugs. Also, if anyone has a nice free regex composer, I'd really like to hear about it.Ehtyar.
rjbull - it's an auto-link to ehtyar's post - the new forum software adds it to quoted posts, rather than duplicating pictures and attachments everytime a post is quoted.
gotta learn me some Regex! [...] Any decent learning resources?
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There is a search and replace tool called MultiFind.It is a pretty handy application that places several searches in different tab pages. This can be usefull if you make search/replace in same folders from time to time. MultiFind understands regular expressions, unicode files, and can hide in tray.
At its core, Replace Text is essentially a text search-and-replace program. However, unlike the search-replace functionality of a standard text editor, Replace Text is designed to operate on multiple files at once. And you need not only perform one search-replace operation per file; you can setup a list of operations to perform. If different groups of files need to have different operations performed on them, this is no problem either. You can also specify a backup file for each file processed, just in case the replace operation didn't do exactly what you wanted.
What is the best textual search and replace around?
Key Benefits: Save Time and Eliminate FrustrationFour kinds of file searches Plain-text, Regular Expression, Approximate, or Sound-alike. Indexed text retrieval It's not just for searching--use it for project overview too! Find files or text on a hard drive in 1 second. Six ways to view the files you find or index Text Viewer, Binary Viewer, Default Viewer, Windows® Associated file, Windows® Quick View, or a Selected Viewer. Find anything inside the files on your drives, disks, or LAN. Find names even if you don't know how to spell them. Find misspelled words, alternate spellings, and typo-ed words. Use plain and simple searches or complex grep-like regular expressions. Optionally search zip files. Replace text inside files, creating backups of the originals automatically. View or launch found files in any of six ways. Keep your results in any of several ways so you don't have to search for the same thing again and again. Nearly 100 settings for advanced users--beginners don't have to set anything. Touch files' dates, times, and attributes. Jump from file to file with a single click to see found words in various files. Index 1 file or 1000's for index-based text retrieval. Much more! It's easy to keep yourself from losing time and trains of thought to words hidden or lost in files. Want to look some more? Take a quick tour of Finders Keepers™.
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