Ken

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comment What other command-line programs have this output format?
I'm not sure what you think I'm trying to do. I don't care about putting hg log output in a SQL database or opening it with a spreadsheet, and I apologize if I mistakenly gave that impression somehow. The use of hg log output in the question was merely as an example of what I am looking for, not what I need to process.
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comment How to get Firefox to stop asking me to upgrade?
That sounds promising. What does "switch channels" mean?
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comment How to get Firefox to stop asking me to upgrade?
I thought I am on the "4 series". The About-box (and Finder info) says "4.0.1". Do I need to uninstall and reinstall to get a 4.0.x that doesn't think it's a testing build?
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comment What other command-line programs have this output format?
The Windows servers I have to work on from time to time do not have that, but that's completely irrelevant because the question was about what other programs generate that format, not how to convert hg log output into CSV.
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comment What other command-line programs have this output format?
Either I don't understand, or you don't understand. It's hg's format, not mine. I can already parse it just fine, and I wrote my program to run on systems that might not have tr and sed, anyway. I'm just looking for other programs which share this output format. I've read TAOUP but I'm following the tradition of non-Unix platforms this time: if text was sufficient for me I wouldn't have written a parser! :-)
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