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Update 4

For usage see Re: perl docs -- I am so sick of...

cat /home/lanx/perl/bin/pd


#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use Data::Dump; my $pattern = $ARGV[0]; my $poddir = `perldoc -l perltoc`; chomp $poddir; $poddir =~ s/perltoc/*/; #print `grep -l3 -F 'X<$pattern>' $poddir`; # find pods excep +t perltoc my @pods= grep {! /perltoc/} `grep -l -F 'X<$pattern>' $poddir`; # find pods except perlto +c # rank pods with default=500 @pods = map { $_->[0] } sort { $a->[1] <=> $b->[1] } map { /faq/ ? [$_=> 700] : /delta/ ? [$_ => 900] : /var/ ? [$_ => 100 ] : /func/ ? [$_ => 200 ] : [$_ => 500] } @pods; if (not @pods) { print "No matches found\n"; } else { print "Matches for $pattern found in :\n @pods"; } chomp @pods; #dd @pods; for my $infile (@pods) { open my $in, "<", $infile; my $outfile = "/tmp/". (split "/",$infile)[-1]; open my $out,">", $outfile; my $marker = ">>> X<$pattern> <<<"; #"MARK"; my ($podname) = ( $infile =~ /\/(\w*)\.pod$/); local $/="\n\n"; # split paragraphs while (my $para = <$in>){ print $out "\nC<<<< $marker >>>> in $podname\n\n" # prepend + marker if $para =~ /X<\Q$pattern\E>/; print $out $para; } close $out; my $ret = `pod2man $outfile |nroff -man > /tmp/`; my $system = system( 'less -p \'' . shellescape($marker) . '\' /tmp/'); print $system if $system ne 0; } sub shellescape { my ($str) = @_; $str =~ s/\$/\\\$/; #print "$str\n"; return $str; }

Cheers Rolf

( addicted to the Perl Programming Language)

In reply to Re: Perldoc Keyword Search (update4) by LanX
in thread Perldoc Keyword Search (update3) by LanX

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