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comment Store grep output with formatting as it is to a file
I think this works only on Windows! I am working on an Ubuntu machine. Any other plugin for Ubuntu?
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comment Store grep output with formatting as it is to a file
grep -rn --color=always pattern * > temp.doc Then I use Libre Office 3 to open my doc. I assume that Libre Office 3 is not able to understand the format. Which app can I use to view the output?
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comment Store grep output with formatting as it is to a file
sed displays output on the shell. When I copy it to the file the text is displayed without the escape characters. I guess it is not possible to do what i wish to do using grep
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comment Store grep output with formatting as it is to a file
This did not work. When i open the file i get unformatted output. Its only when i use cat that i get the output I want. That's not what I wish to do.
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accepted Make text bold in vim
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answered Make text bold in vim
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comment Make text bold in vim
@akira: Perfect! That's the answer I was looking for. Seems so obvious. Silly me!
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comment Make text bold in vim
@Paul: I am using bash. I do not want to make the text in the shell. I want it only for Vim. Can you help?
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comment Make text bold in vim
It does not look good in the terminal! It looks good only in vim. GVim is obviously a solution. Any other solution specifically for Vim?
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asked Make text bold in vim
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comment Make text bold in vim
Nothing changes. Can you plz tell me what can be the reason?