ack is a grep-like utility that allows searching using Perl-like regular expressions instead of the ed-like regular expressions from grep. Note: On Debian systems and derivatives like Ubuntu it's called ack-grep due to a naming conflict with a Kanji-related tool which is named ack, too.
Having used ack for some time now, I find it much better for my development purposes than grep. But then I've heard about rak and grin. Has anyone used all three of them and can provide a comparison? ...
Wondering if there's a way to look for something like ack foo "*.scss"
I need tools to browse large amounts of PHP source code and have heared PhpStorm (the source code IDE from JetBrains) and Ack (The Perl5 module from beyondgrep.com) are some of the best tools for the ...
When I search e.g. my home directory with ack (or grep), I normally want to know where I set a specific option. Since most config files are really close to ~ it would considerably speed up ack if I ...
I am using the ack.pl tool in order to search string or IP’s in files The official site of ack.pl is - http://beyondgrep.com/documentation/ Example of ack.pl CLI ( want to find the string ...