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I like Windows Search, and I like Google Desktop even
more, but they're still limited in their functionality. What
I want to search a whole folder of HTML files to make
the number of left tags and number of right tags match?
What if I want to search the same folder for files not
a DOCTYPE declaration? Proposed is a drive
indexer that accepts nontrivial SQL queries.
SELECT FileName FROM DriveC WHERE FolderName LIKE
'C:\\Inetpub\\wwwroot\\%' AND UPPER(FileName) like
'%.HTM%' AND UPPER(FileContents) NOT LIKE '%
<!DOCTYPE%' ORDER BY FolderName ASC, FileName ASC;
I, Kevin Durette, hereby release this idea into the public
domain if a lack of prior art allows me to do so.
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I think you've described it better, but this was my attempt at trying to outline something like this. [zen_tom, Jun 10 2011]
||Grab the Windows ports of common GNU utilities from http://unxutils. sourceforge.net/ or, better yet, grab Cygwin (and mintty) to get the same results and a heck of a lot more from a number of ubiquitous *nix text processing utilities.
||One of several ways to perform your example search in Cygwin is:
||find /cygdrive/c/inetpub/wwwroot -iname *.htm |while read filename; do grep -iL '<!DOCTYPE' "$filename"; done |sort
||(I'm certainly no shell guru; there may well be several better alternatives to my example).
||From one Windows user to another, it's well worth installing Cygwin and taking the time to learn the bash shell and common *nix command line utils.