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@Stwissel Stwissel released this Mar 16, 2019 · 7 commits to master since this release

findStrings

Finds Strings in packed source code files.

Problem statement

A set of files need to be checked for the occurrence of a given set of Strings.
The source files are contained in ZIP files that can contain ZIP files recursively

Multiple scans

Added the ability to rerun the search using -nz (-- nounzip) parameter.

Use case:

Generate different reports for different key words. E.g. one for TODO FIXME and XXX
The other one to check for field references

Use

java -jar findString.jar -d directory -s strings [-o output]

  • -d,--dir directory with all zip files
  • -s,--stringfile Filename with Strings to search, one per line
  • -o,--output Output file name for report in MD format
  • -nz --nounzip Perform string search on ready directory structure (e.g. second run)

(C) 2019 St.Wissel - see license file

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@Stwissel Stwissel released this Mar 14, 2019 · 10 commits to master since this release

findStrings

Finds Strings in packed source code files.

Problem statement

A set of files need to be checked for the occurrence of a given set of Strings.
The source files are contained in ZIP files that can contain ZIP files recursively

Use

java -jar findString.jar -d directory -s strings [-o output]

  • -d,--dir directory with all zip files
  • -s,--stringfile Filename with Strings to search, one per line
  • -o,--output Output file name for report in MD format

(C) 2019 St.Wissel - see license file

Assets 3
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