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accepted Is there a windows app that allows you to save and reopen multiple CMD(command line prompt)
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comment Is there a windows app that allows you to save and reopen multiple CMD(command line prompt)
Thanks I will try console2
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comment Is there a windows app that allows you to save and reopen multiple CMD(command line prompt)
Does it have save and reload ?
Apr
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asked Is there a windows app that allows you to save and reopen multiple CMD(command line prompt)
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comment Can I add a shortcut to replace a path in Linux?
nice one John !
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accepted Command line tool to search docx file under ms dos or cygwin
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comment Command line tool to search docx file under ms dos or cygwin
@M: Yes grep works great with xmls. But I will have to unzip a lot of docx then do a grep with those xmls. If I cannot find a better way soon I guess I will have to use this one.
Jan
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comment Command line tool to search docx file under ms dos or cygwin
@M: I didn't know it's a zip file... But I have just unzipped one docx file and now it's more like xmls files. The thing is I want to be able to search over a lot docx files , that's why I was trying to use grep which works great when I search a lot xml/txt files...
Jan
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comment Command line tool to search docx file under ms dos or cygwin
thanks for the advice, but this is not for my project, just trying to search some text in some MS documents faster without need to open each and every one of them.
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comment Command line tool to search docx file under ms dos or cygwin
thanks for the links but are they command line utilitys ?