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  • v. Present participle of grep.


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  • Well, for the 17 Security agencies currently grepping this email, I will tell you this:

    catpewk Diary Entry

  • I couldn't find any trace of it in the runlogs, even grepping on strings from the player's log that -should- have appeared in the runlog.

    Cat Rambo

  • Gibson is one of those writers who I occasionally would like to be a little less talented, as some of his work feels as though he's been grepping through my head looking for stuff to use all the way down to the combination of Mac Cubes and mannequins in this one.

    Pattern Recognition

  • As you might imagine, grepping for " " is rather difficult!

    Site Home

  • He also raised the issue of developers breaking up strings across lines and causing various grepping tools to break.

    LXer Linux News

  • LaunchApp can usually be checked by grepping for KRun. there are exceptions, though - battery uses KToolInvocation:: kdeinitExec. it's always good to play with the actual plasmoid a bit if you can't remember every single feature it has.

    KDE TechBase - Recent changes [en]

  • This already takes care of quite a bit of libtool files: grepping for the string

    Planet Gentoo

  • I'd suggest sending the results to a text file, and grepping for the word VULNERABLE or INFECTED -- but those types of instructions are beyond the scope of this quick hack of a post.

    Linux Journal - The Original Magazine of the Linux Community

  • After doing some grepping and looking at svn commit logs, it was easy to figure out what code needed to be relicensed and who had committed the code.

    Planet Python

  • You'll want to double-check that, of course, by grepping your dmesg.

    almost effortless


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