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thanks again. The following patch adds capability of searching with regexes (I get some utf8 errors, but it works. Do you happen to know how to fix them?):
18c18 < my ($recurse, $name, $case,$linenums,$quick_start) =(0,0,0,0,0); --- > my ($recurse, $name, $case,$linenums,$quick_start, $use_regex) =(0,0 +,0,0,0); 21a22 > if( grep{/\bR\b/} @ARGV ){@ARGV = grep { $_ ne 'R' } @ARGV; $use_reg +ex = 1 }; 64a66 > my $vboxC3 = Gtk2::VBox->new(); 83a86,91 > my $checkbutton5 = Gtk2::CheckButton->new('Use RegEx'); > $checkbutton5->signal_connect( clicked => > sub{check_button_callback($checkbutton5, \$use_regex , +'use_regex')}); > $vboxC2->pack_start( $checkbutton5, 0, 0, 0 ); > > if($case){$checkbutton5->set_active(1);} 87c95 < $vboxC2->pack_start( $checkbutton4, 0, 0, 0 ); --- > $vboxC3->pack_start( $checkbutton4, 0, 0, 0 ); 91a100 > $hboxt->pack_start( $vboxC3, 0, 0, 0 ); 284,285c293,307 < if ($case){$regex = qr/\Q$search_str\E/} < else{$regex = qr/\Q$search_str\E/i} --- > if ($case){ > if ($use_regex) { > $regex = qr/$search_str/; > } > else { > $regex = qr/\Q$search_str\E/} > } > else { > if ($use_regex) { > $regex = qr/$search_str/i; > } > else { > $regex = qr/\Q$search_str\E/i; > } > }


In reply to Re^3: Gtk2 Visual Grep by svenXY
in thread Gtk2 Visual Grep by zentara

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