kandi X-RAY | the_silver_searcher Summary
kandi X-RAY | the_silver_searcher Summary
A code-searching tool similar to ack, but faster.
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I am having an issue with using Ag (The Silver Searcher)...
In the docs it says to use
-Q for exact match, but I don't understand why it does not work for my purposes. If I type something like
ag -Q actions or
ag -Q 'actions' into my terminal, it returns all instances of
actions, including things like
transactions and any other strings that
actions is part of.
I have tried a couple other combinations of flags from the docs, including
-S, among others, but still I cannot get strictly strings matching just
actions to return for me.
I can't get this to work with
grep either. Does anyone know how I can get what I need with
ag? (or even with
Thank you in advance!...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-16 at 22:32
Because ag (and grep), find files that contain something.
ag -Q means to interpret the search as an exact literal string, not a fuzzy string or a regex. Okay. But a file that has the word "transactions" in it contains exactly, literally the character sequence
actions. Sure, it contains more than that too, but that's not surprising.
Probably you're looking for a word-boundary search,
grep '\bactions\b' or
ag -w -Q actions (maybe
ag -w -Q -s actions). But that is not at all the same thing as "just actions", it's a specific requirement on the things surrounding "actions" (namely that they be the beginning or end of a line, or non-letter characters). You have to tell the computer what you actually mean.
I know that someone already asked this question but it isn`t up to date anymore. Most of the links are dead and the commands are not relevant anymore.
I have read these
For example, I have been trying to compile silversearcher-ag for my iPhone 6 (jailbroken). This is the project link https://github.com/ggreer/the_silver_searcher.
I am targeting iOS 12.4.
These are the commands that I`ve tried
./configure CC=/home/growtopiajaw/Desktop/cctools-port-master/usage_examples/ios_toolchain/target/bin/arm-apple-darwin11-clang CXX=/home/growtopiajaw/Desktop/cctools-port-master/usage_examples/ios_toolchain/target/bin/arm-apple-darwin11-clang++ --host=arm-apple-darwin11
I am using cctools-port to cross compile the project. My compiled cctools toolchain is located under
/home/growtopiajaw/Desktop/cctools-port-master/usage_examples/ios_toolchain/target and below is how the toolchain`s directory structure looks like
This is my configure log: https://del.dog/nugibonury
This is my make log:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-06 at 00:10
Apple does not ship PCRE. You need to get the headers and dylib/tbd files manually.
If you're using checkra1n or unc0ver, then the deb on the APT repo contains headers as well, so you could just use that.
If you plan to package this into an APT/dpkg file, make sure to add
pcre as a dependency.
I recently asked how to use
awk to filter and output based on a searched pattern. I received some very useful answers being the one by user @anubhava the one that I found more straightforward and elegant. For the sake of clarity I am going to repeat some information of the original question.
I have a large CSV file (around 5GB) I need to identify 30 categories (in the
action_type column) and create a separate file with only the rows matching each category.
My input file
dataset.csv is something like this:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-21 at 14:00
I'm trying to copy my ssh-keys into my docker, it's a very simple docker including some LinuxTools via Package Manager. A asking because, I can't come up with a simple solution ADD/COPY seem not to work, using docker-volume or compose seem to be over the top. Please advice....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-21 at 18:08
You can't copy files into a docker container that live outside of the build directory. This is for security reasons. What you'll need to do is first copy your
id_rsa file into the same directory as your Dockerfile, and then change the
ADD to use the copy you just made, instead of trying to copy it from the absolute path that it is currently using.
I would also suggest changing the
COPY, as it is easier to work with and has less unexpected behavior to trip over.
so at your command line:
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