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Recently, I needed a list of the names of all structures defined in a VB.NET project.
Recently, I needed a list of the names of all structures defined in a VB.NET project. Immediately I searched my hard disk for grep, the blindingly fast command-line utility to search for strings in files, that - once upon a time - came with Borland C++. Using grep, I could have typed:
and all public and private structure declarations in my VB.NET source files would have been displayed.
Of course, my PC has been recycled several times since those days, so I was out of luck. I looked around on the web for a 'grep for Windows', and indeed there were several. That's not very surprising, since grep has been around as part of Unix for ages - in fact, the Borland-version was a ported version of it for DOS. I tried a few, but I soon discovered that none of them used the .NET framework's regular expression engine. That's a shame, since a) I'm starting to get to know that one quite intimately and b) it's powerful, versatile and fast.
System Requirements:В· NET Framework 2.0
Program Release Status: New Release
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall