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Manual Reference Pages  -  SAGASU (1)

NAME

sagasu - GNOME tool to find strings in multiple files

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
License
Author
Bugs
History

SYNOPSIS

sagasu [string [dir]]

DESCRIPTION

sagasu is a GNOME tool to find strings in a set of files. The user specifies the search directory and the set of files to be searched. Double-clicking on a search result launches a user command that can for example load the file in an editor at the appropriate line. The search can recurse into subdirectories and can optionally ignore source control subdirectories (CVS, etc.).

Two optional command-line arguments can be given: the first is the initial search string and the second is the directory whose files will be searched. If only one argument is given, it is taken as the search string. No search is actually started, but the appropriate fields are initialized. Any subsequent arguments are ignored.

More documentation is available through the application’s Help menu.

OPTIONS

--help display a help page and exit
--version
  display version information and exit

LICENSE

This program is free software; you may redistribute it under the terms of the GNU General Public License. This program has absolutely no warranty.

AUTHOR

Pierre Sarrazin

See the Sagasu Home Page:
http://sarrazip.com/dev/sagasu.html

BUGS

The files to be searches are still assumed to be in Latin-1, not in UTF-8. The same goes for the command-line arguments and the terminal to which Sagasu is connected, if applicable.

HISTORY

Sagasu is a Japanese word that means "to search."
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SAGASU (1) November 24th, 2012

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