[TxMt] onigrep : Help wanted (a bit off-topic)

Dougal dougal at gmail.com
Fri Jun 29 16:14:22 UTC 2007

Doesn't work on my MacBook Pro.

dyld: Library not loaded: /usr/local/lib/libonig.2.dylib
  Referenced from: /usr/local/bin/onigrep
  Reason: no suitable image found.  Did find:
        /usr/local/lib/libonig.2.dylib: mach-o, but wrong architecture
        /usr/local/lib/libonig.2.dylib: mach-o, but wrong architecture
Trace/BPT trap


On 6/29/07, Hans-Joerg Bibiko <bibiko at eva.mpg.de> wrote:
> Dear all,
> I know it is a bit off-topic but I believe it could also be
> interesting for some TM users ;)
> I'm just writing a grep-like command line tool based on the Oniguruma
> library to work with UTF-8 data.
> It works perfectly, and in many many cases it's faster than grep ;)
> In order to be sure that this command line tool written in pure C
> works on other Macs as well, I'd be appreciate if someone has a bit
> time and a bit free hard disk space to check whether it runs for her/
> him too. Especially whether it runs on a Intel Mac.
> To run onigrep it is necessary to install the Oniguruma dylib in
> beforehand. To do this simply
> - download the source code from http://www.geocities.jp/kosako3/
> oniguruma/archive/onig-5.8.0.tar.gz
> - untar it
> - cd in that folder
> - execute:
> ./configure
> make
> sudo make install
> that's it.
> Normally Oniguruma dylib is installed in /usr/local/lib.
> [I believe to use the external dylib is the best choice because
> Oniguruma will be better and better. So you only have to upgrade the
> dylib and not onigrep.]
> Now you can run onigrep. For help type 'onigrep --help'. Up to now it
> only reads UTF-8 data from stdin.
> [Please note, if you did't copy onigrep in a folder listed in $PATH
> you have to write the entire path to onigrep or if you're in the
> folder where onigrep is located just type ./onigrep]
> Some features in short terms:
> - utf-8 support (that means a '.' is really one Unicode character)
> - ignore case also works for all Unicode characters, not only for ASCII
> - you can search across \n; multi-line mode
> - ignore combining diacritics (for that you have to decompose
> accented characters according the Unicode canonical decomposition
> algorithm
>    (I attached such a tool. It is called 'unorm'. For help run 'unorm
> --help'.)
>     example:
>     echo "Ag̀nes" | ./onigrep -id -i -o "a(.)n"
>     will output 'g̀'
>     echo "Ag̀nes" | ./onigrep -i -o "a(.)n"
>     will output nothing because ǵ is written with two Unicode
> characters
> - it is faster than grep in many cases:
>    try:
>    cat /usr/share/dict/web2 | ./onigrep "y$" -c
>    cat /usr/share/dict/web2 | grep "y$" -c
> - option -cl counts the matches per line
>    example:
>    onigrep "\w+" -cl -n
>    How many words per line?
> - you can write the regexp without escaping '(', ')', etc. as with grep
> Please note, onigrep is still work in progress.
> Many thanks in advanced und any feedback (suggestions, bugs, wishes)
> is welcomed!!
> Hans
> PS  onigrep and unorm will be available for free.
> PPS One possible meaning of the Japanese word "Oniguruma" is "Devil's
> wheel" like Textmate's icon ;)
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