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Like grep, sgrep can be used for any kind of text files. However it is most useful for text files containing some kind of structured text. A file containing structured text could be defined as a file, which obeys some syntax. Examples of structured text files are SGML, HTML, C, TeX and mail files.
README file for sgrep version 1.91-alpha - a tool to search and index text, SGML, XML and HTML files using structured patterns Copyright (C) 1998 University of Helsinki, Department of Computer Science Authors: Jani Jaakkola Jani.Jaakkola@cs.helsinki.fi Pekka Kilpelainen Pekka.Kilpelainen@cs.helsinki.fi -- more»
Version 1.92a is a bug fix release. Sgrep-1.91a contained a fatal bug which caused sgrep to core dump every time it was used to search files without using the SGML-scanner. NEWS for vesion 1.91a Sgrep-1.91a has been made available in source and binary forms. Binaries are available for Win32, HP-UX, Linux, OSF1 and Solaris platforms. Sgrep is a tool to search and index text, SGML, XML and HT more»
SGREP(1) SGREP(1) NAME sgrep - search a file for a structured pattern SYNOPSIS sgrep [-aCcDdhiIlNnPqSsTtV] [-g option] [-O filename] [-o "format"] [-p preprocessor] [-w char list] [-x filename] [-e] expression [filename ...] sgrep [-aCcDdhiIlNnPqSsTtV] [-g option] [-O filename] [-o "format"] more»
sgrep (1.94a-4) unstable; urgency=low * Fixed typos in man page (Closes: #496168) * added missi more»
My apologies to all non finnish speaking people, but since sgrep was developed in finland, the latte more»
This package was debianized by Daniel Baumann <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Thu, 12 Aug 2004 07:29:24 +0200 more»