The great FART utility seems to be the norm when trying to replace text on the windows command line.
However I can't get it to work as shown in the examples. My test file test.txt:
Images Here Images ImagesWhateverImages
I now try this:
fart -r -i -p "test.txt" "Images"
Images Here Images ImagesWhateverImages Found 4 occurence(s) in 1 file(s).
Great! But when now trying to replace Images with Foo it won't work:
fart -r -i -p "test.txt" "Images" "foo" --> Replaced 0 occurence(s) in 1 file(s).
Everyone seems to just do a
fart -r -i- p <filename> <string_to_replace> <replacement> command and work with it. What am I doing wrong?