[TxMt] Re: lines listed
pmccann at gmail.com
Thu Oct 1 23:36:18 UTC 2009
> Close . . . but you can't do anything with that data. It allows you to
> select it all, but you can't copy it to a separate file. But very close.
> PSPad (windows only) has a list function that works just like the list in
> project. But then you can have that Listed data go to a separate file and
> then extract specific data out of that. The List function gives you the
> whole line, not just what you are looking for via regular expression.
You probably want to use the "Filter through command"
(command-option-R) to get a new document produced: for something like
hunting out the lines containing IP numbers use a simple
perl -ne 'print if /\d+\.\d+\.\d+\.\d+/'
as the command, with "whole document" as source and "new document" as
output will do the job(*). It's infinitely flexible if you're happy
with regex and (some) underlying scripting language, and hence
somewhat more in keeping with TextMate's guiding philosophy than a
specific built-in function would be.
(*) Yeah, I realise that's not a perfect fit to IP numbers, but it is
usually good enough...
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