kandi X-RAY | ripgrep Summary
kandi X-RAY | ripgrep Summary
ripgrep is a line-oriented search tool that recursively searches the current directory for a regex pattern. By default, ripgrep will respect gitignore rules and automatically skip hidden files/directories and binary files. ripgrep has first class support on Windows, macOS and Linux, with binary downloads available for every release. ripgrep is similar to other popular search tools like The Silver Searcher, ack and grep. Dual-licensed under MIT or the UNLICENSE.
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I need the ability to back up and then later use (both to read and print and to pass to another command as arguments) all input args to a bash program, but can't figure it out. Here is my attempt:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-04 at 03:28
Add parentheses and store them in an array. This will preserve each of the arguments as separate words and avoids all the backslash escaping complexities.
I use multiple rust packages in my desktop. To install those packages i use...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-15 at 10:51
Since crates can be compiled with or without certain features which result in different code, there isn't any mechanism to up- or download pre-compiled crates. On top of that, the list of supported targets is very long which would make it very likely that the platform you're on doesn't have pre-compiled binaries.
Finally, there'd need to be additional mechanisms to sign the code and verify that the pre-compiled code matches the source code.
So all in all there are several obstacles that render implementing this impractical.
I have a feeling this will get closed as a duplicate as it seems like this would be a common ask...but in my defense, I have searched SO as well as Google and could not find anything.
I'm trying to search SQL files using ripgrep, but I want to exclude matches that are part of a single line SQL comment.
- I do not need to worry about multi-line
/* foobar */comments. Only single line
- I do not need to capture anything
- I don't need to worry about the possiblity of the string being part of text, like
SELECT '-- foobar'or
SELECT '--', foobar. I'm okay with those false exclusions.
SELECT baz -- foobar
-- blah foobar blah
AKA, search for
foobar but ignore the match if
-- occurs at any point before it on that line.
I have tried things like negative lookbehinds and other methods, but I can't seem to get them to work.
This answer seemed like it would get me there: https://stackoverflow.com/a/13873003/3474677
That answer says to use
(? to find matches of
vec that are not prefaced with
grad(. So if I translate that to my use case, I would get
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-25 at 01:21
According to the comments, using ripgrep and enable
--pcre2 you can use:
I am trying to write a regex that matches a very long list of words (4000 words) if the word is at the start of the string or at the end of the string or preceded and followed by a special character, the current regex I am using is this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-17 at 19:25
First of all, the
(?:[^a-zA-Z0-9]|$) patterns are used here as word boundaries with
_ excluded. It makes sense to streamline them and use
Next, the words you have can be processed to create a regex trie out of them for efficient search.
Here is an example code:
I'm switching to fish from zsh and I'm struggling to find the correct way to it setup for my taste. Also adding that I want to add it to my
dotfiles repository. Should I version the whole
Where should I put my environment variables? Should I just add them to the
fish_variables config file? I was thinking on sourcing a file
~/variables.fish for the ones I don't want to version. Is this a good idea?
ripgrep and I like to override
ls with them. Can I just set aliases for them overriding like I would with zsh/bash?
I want to use it inside neovim as well and I'm using the vi keybindings. Will this conflict with neovim? If so is there a way to make the vi keybindings active only outside of neovim?
It seems most of the stuff I use is provided by vanilla fish without plugins (which I'm quite happy about). Is there any tips or must have plugins I should install?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-19 at 15:22
I have my ~/.config/fish in git, works well. I share my config over several machines, and to have host-specific settings and functions, I do this:
So I just started using Neovim/Spacevim, and it's so awesome!
I am still getting used to everything, since I have never used Vim or anything like that before.
My question revolves around searching for particular text in all the files of the currently open project.
I am using the
nerdtree file manager, and I was wondering how I might search through all the files in the project for a specific string. Like if I wanted to search
function thisExactFunction() throughout the currently open folder/directory, how would I go about doing that? The main goal is to have a list of all the files that contain this search string.
fzf installed (as well as
ripgrep), but seem to be having trouble in searching for specific text inside of all files. I can only search for files themselves, or some other search that does not yield what I need.
Can anyone point me in the right direction...? Thanks!...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-16 at 22:58
Check out the
Ggrep command that Fzf supplies - see this series of vim screencasts to see how to use vim's in built features (quickfix list populated by :vimgrep) to achieve the same using other grepping tools.
I have a function in my .vimrc that uses ag silver searcher to search within all the files in a directory (and any subdirectories). So if you install ag, this should work:
I am trying to figure out a way to summarize the grep results and show results with filename once instead of every line. I know that ripgrep has this feature. I went through grep man page but couldnt find anything similar.
I have a python script that process results of ripgrep. Looking to reuse the same script for grep if i can get the similar results
Any suggestions on how we can implement that.
current grep output...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-30 at 19:51
grep doesn't have an option to do this, so you'll need to print the filenames yourself in a loop.
I installed several rust applications using:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-24 at 13:37
There is a optional subcommand
cargo-update to do that:
I am trying to build a docker image. This is the full dockerfile:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-25 at 22:50
I replicated this error with the
continuumio/miniconda2:4.5.11 Docker image:
I have been making a shell script to be able to download a certain experimental branch of Blender from their website. When curling the site all versions appear in a really (and I mean really long) string of all the html together. I can grep (ripgrep spcecifically) only the Linux versions, but when wanting to grep or even sed again, all the filenames start with "https://" and end with ".tar.xz".
And they are all on the same line, so matching the beginning of the first also matches the end of the very last match....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-22 at 17:56
You can use
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Note that the minimum supported version of Rust for ripgrep is 1.34.0, although ripgrep may work with older versions.
Note that the binary may be bigger than expected because it contains debug symbols. This is intentional. To remove debug symbols and therefore reduce the file size, run strip on the binary.
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