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Tuesday, May 25, 2010
Little Eclipse Gem - Regex Syntax in search...
I have been using eclipse for quite some time, but discovered a neat little feature today. When doing a file search select the Regular Expression checkbox... then hit Ctrl + Space on the search field.
Tah-dahh Content assist and basic syntax checking for regular expression searches...
Very handy when I needed to find / replace some very specific XML used across about 30 projects...
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