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rg

 
Ripgrep is a recursive line-oriented CLI search tool. Aims to be a faster alternative to grep. More information: https://github.com/BurntSushi/ripgrep.
 
  • Recursively search the current directory for a regular expression:
     
    rg {{regular_expression}}
     
  • Search for regular expressions recursively in the current directory, including hidden files and files listed in .gitignore:
     
    rg --no-ignore --hidden {{regular_expression}}
     
  • Search for a regular expression only in a certain filetype (e.g. HTML, CSS, etc.):
     
    rg --type {{filetype}} {{regular_expression}}
     
  • Search for a regular expression only in a subset of directories:
     
    rg {{regular_expression}} {{set_of_subdirs}}
     
  • Search for a regular expression in files matching a glob (e.g. README.*):
     
    rg {{regular_expression}} --glob {{glob}}
     
  • Only list matched files (useful when piping to other commands):
     
    rg --files-with-matches {{regular_expression}}
     
  • Show lines that do not match the given regular expression:
     
    rg --invert-match {{regular_expression}}
     
  • Search a literal string pattern:
     
    rg --fixed-strings -- {{string}}

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