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Txt2regex is a Regular Expression Wizard that converts human sentences to regexes. In a simple interactive console interface, the user answer questions and the program build the regexes for more than 20 programs, like Vim, Emacs, Perl, PHP, Python, Procmail and OpenOffice.org. It is a Shell Script 100% written with Bash builtin commands. No compilation or extra commands are needed, just download and run.

Supported programs (23)
AWK, ed, egrep, Emacs, expect, find, gawk, grep, lex, lisp, mawk, MySQL, OpenOffice.org, Perl, PHP, Postgres, Procmail, Python, SED, Tcl, VBscript, VI, Vim.

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Current stable version
0.8 (29 September 2004) download


GPL v2

Program files
NEWS Hot news from our favorite program on the net.
Changelog The list of technical changes and enhancement between releases.
README Installation procedure, current translators and mini-FAQ.
Manual Page The program Man Page, with usage, options, examples and more. Read it now!
Museum Previous releases of the program. Maybe not so useful, but for the records, here they are.
Languages it was translated
UNIX/Linux distributions
Magazine/site reviews about it
date source section page link
Dez/2004 Linux Magazine (Brazil) Linux User 82, 83 PDF (in Portuguese)
Oct/2004 ComputerWoche.de site Produkte + Technologien - Original review (in German)
Oct/2004 Linux Magazine (International) Linux User 76, 77 PDF
Set/2004 Linux User (Germany) Im Test 66, 67 -
Dec/2003 Slashdot Japan dseg's journal - Original review (in Japanese)
Oct/2003 Server Watch site Tips of the Trade - Original review
May/2002 ASCII's Linux Magazine World Freesoft Collection 123 Scanned page (138 Kb) (in Japanese)
Feb/2002 UnixReview.com site Tool of the Month - Original review
Nov/2001 ASCII's Linux Magazine Free Application Showcase 141 Scanned page (88 Kb) (in Japanese)
Apr/2001 Linux Format Magazine - 47 Scanned page (111 Kb)

Other Aurelio's work: txt2tags convertor | sedsed debugger | sokoban.sed game | regex book (pt_BR)

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