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Re: [bug #16603] GREP 2.5.1a (Win32 port) problem with -r/-R and filenam

From: Julian Foad
Subject: Re: [bug #16603] GREP 2.5.1a (Win32 port) problem with -r/-R and filename mask (e.g. *.asp, *.txt)
Date: Wed, 17 May 2006 21:37:37 +0100
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Tony Abou-Assaleh wrote:
On Wed, 17 May 2006, Benno Schulenberg wrote:

Julian Foad wrote:

Benno Schulenberg wrote:

Follow-up Comment #1, bug #16603 (project grep):

What you wish to do is:

grep -a -l -r "byte-me" --include \*.txt .

Benno, you can close these bug reports when you are confident
that you've given a final answer, like here and other cases
recently where you showed that the bug had already been fixed.

Okay, thanks.  But I'm not that confident.  :)  It would really be
better if a second pair of eyes looked at the bug report and at my
answer, and for them to close it when they agree with me.

That's fine and wise.  I'll take a look.

I would if I could, but I can't so I won't.


Ah, neither of you have privileges in Savannah for Grep. It would be good to get you two registered as project members, and get at least a couple of us administrator privileges so that we can add new members etc. At present, I think only Stepan or Bero or a higher-level admin can do that.

- Julian

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