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" File: grep.vim
" Author: Yegappan Lakshmanan (yegappan AT yahoo DOT com)
" Version: 1.9
" Last Modified: September 10, 2007
"
" Overview
" --------
" The grep plugin integrates the grep, fgrep, egrep, and agrep tools with
" Vim and allows you to search for a pattern in one or more files and jump
" to them.
"
" To use this plugin, you need the grep, fgrep, egrep, agrep, find and
" xargs utilities. These tools are present in most of the Unix installations.
" For MS-Windows systems, you can download the GNU grep and find utilities
" from the following sites:
"
" http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/grep.htm
" http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/findutils.htm
"
" Installation
" ------------
" 1. Copy the grep.vim file to the $HOME/.vim/plugin or $HOME/vimfiles/plugin
" or $VIM/vimfiles/plugin directory.
" Refer to the following Vim help topics for more information about Vim
" plugins:
" :help add-plugin
" :help add-global-plugin
" :help runtimepath
" 2. If the grep executables are not already present in one of the directories
" in the PATH environment variable, then set the Grep_Path and other _Path
" variables to point to the location of the grep utilites in the .vimrc
" file.
" 3. Restart Vim.
" 4. You can now use the ":Grep" and other commands to search for patterns in
" files.
"
" Usage
" -----
" The grep.vim plugin introduces the following Vim commands:
"
" :Grep - Search for the specified pattern in the specified files
" :GrepAdd - Same as ":Grep" but adds the results to the current results
" :Rgrep - Run recursive grep
" :RgrepAdd - Same as ":Rgrep" but adds the results to the current results
" :GrepBuffer - Search for a pattern on all open buffers
" :GrepBufferAdd - Same as ":GrepBuffer" but adds the results to the current
" results
" :Bgrep - Same as :GrepBuffer
" :BgrepAdd - Same as :GrepBufferAdd
" :GrepArgs - Search for a pattern on all the Vim argument
" filenames (:args)
" :GrepArgsAdd - Same as ":GrepArgs" but adds the results to the current
" results
" :Fgrep - Run fgrep
" :FgrepAdd - Same as ":Fgrep" but adds the results to the current
" results
" :Rfgrep - Run recursive fgrep
" :RfgrepAdd - Same as ":Rfgrep" but adds the results to the current
" results
" :Egrep - Run egrep
" :EgrepAdd - Same as ":Egrep" but adds the results to the current
" results
" :Regrep - Run recursive egrep
" :RegrepAdd - Same as ":Regrep" but adds the results to the current
" results
" :Agrep - Run agrep
" :AgrepAdd - Same as ":Agrep" but adds the results to the current
" results
" :Ragrep - Run recursive agrep
" :RagrepAdd - Same as ":Ragrep" but adds the results to the current
" results
"
" The above commands can be invoked like this:
"
" :Grep [<grep_options>] [<search_pattern> [<file_name(s)>]]
" :Rgrep [<grep_options>] [<search_pattern> [<file_name(s)>]]
" :Fgrep [<grep_options>] [<search_pattern> [<file_name(s)>]]
" :Rfgrep [<grep_options>] [<search_pattern> [<file_name(s)>]]
" :Egrep [<grep_options>] [<search_pattern> [<file_name(s)>]]
" :Regrep [<grep_options>] [<search_pattern> [<file_name(s)>]]
" :Agrep [<grep_options>] [<search_pattern> [<file_name(s)>]]
" :Ragrep [<grep_options>] [<search_pattern> [<file_name(s)>]]
"
" :GrepAdd [<grep_options>] [<search_pattern> [<file_name(s)>]]
" :RgrepAdd [<grep_options>] [<search_pattern> [<file_name(s)>]]
" :FgrepAdd [<grep_options>] [<search_pattern> [<file_name(s)>]]
" :RfgrepAdd [<grep_options>] [<search_pattern> [<file_name(s)>]]
" :EgrepAdd [<grep_options>] [<search_pattern> [<file_name(s)>]]
" :RegrepAdd [<grep_options>] [<search_pattern> [<file_name(s)>]]
" :AgrepAdd [<grep_options>] [<search_pattern> [<file_name(s)>]]
" :RagrepAdd [<grep_options>] [<search_pattern> [<file_name(s)>]]
"
" :GrepBuffer [<grep_options>] [<search_pattern>]
" :Bgrep [<grep_options>] [<search_pattern>]
" :GrepArgs [<grep_options>] [<search_pattern>]
"
" :GrepBufferAdd [<grep_options>] [<search_pattern>]
" :BgrepAdd [<grep_options>] [<search_pattern>]
" :GrepArgsAdd [<grep_options>] [<search_pattern>]
"
" In the above commands, all the arguments are optional.
"
" You can specify grep options like -i (ignore case) or -w (search for a word)
" to the above commands. If the <grep_options> are not specified, then the
" default grep options specified by the variable Grep_Default_Options is
" used.
"
" You can specify the grep pattern to search as an argument to the above
" commands. If the <search_pattern> is not specified, then you will be
" prompted to enter a search pattern. By default, the keyword under the cursor
" is displayed for the search pattern prompt. You can accept the default or
" modify it.
"
" The search pattern is automatically enclosed by the character specified in
" the Grep_Shell_Quote_Char variable. You should not enclose the search
" pattern with a shell escape character.
"
" If you want to specify a search pattern with space characters or a
" multi-word pattern, then you should use the Grep command pattern input
" prompt to supply the pattern.
"
" You can specify one or more file names (or file patterns) to the above
" commands. If the <file_names> are not specified, then you will be prompted
" to enter file names. By default, the pattern specified by the
" Grep_Default_Filelist variable is used. To specify the file name(s) as an
" argument to the above commands, you have to specify the search pattern also.
"
" When you enter only the command name, you will be prompted to enter the
" search pattern and the files in which to search for the pattern. By default,
" the keyword under the cursor is displayed for the search pattern prompt.
" Depending on the command, you may prompted for additional parameters like
" the directories to search for the pattern.
"
" You can retrieve previously entered values for the Grep prompts using the up
" and down arrow keys. You can cancel the command by pressing the escape key.
" You can use CTRL-U to erase the default shown for the prompt and CTRL-W to
" erase the previous word in the prompt. For more information about editing
" the prompt, read ':help cmdline-editing' Vim help topic.
"
" After invoking any of the grep commands, you can cancel the command, when
" you are prompted for a search pattern or file names or a directory by
" pressing the <Esc> key. You cannot cancel (or kill) the
" grep/fgrep/egrep/agrep commands after the external command is invoked.
"
" The GrepAdd, RgrepAdd and other *Add commands append the search output to
" the current search output. This is useful if you want to see the search
" results for multiple patterns at the same time. These commands are available
" only in Vim version 7.0 and above.
"
" You can map a key to invoke any of the above commands. For example, the
" following map invokes the :Grep command to search for the keyword under the
" cursor:
"
" nnoremap <silent> <F3> :Grep<CR>
"
" The output of the grep command will be listed in the Vim quickfix window.
" 1. You can select a line in the quickfix window and press <Enter> or double
" click on a match to jump to that line.
" 2. You can use the ":cnext" and ":cprev" commands to the jump to the next or
" previous output line.
" 3. You can use the ":colder" and ":cnewer" commands to go between multiple
" grep quickfix output windows.
" 4. The quickfix window need not be opened always to use the grep output.
" You can close the quickfix window and use the quickfix commands to jump
" to the grep matches. Use the ":copen" command to open the quickfix
" window again.
"
" For more information about other quickfix commands read ":help quickfix"
"
" When using GUI Vim, the Tools->Search menu item with a few sub-menu items is
" created for few variations of the search command.
"
" Configuration
" -------------
" By changing the following variables you can configure the behavior of this
" plugin. Set the following variables in your .vimrc file using the 'let'
" command.
"
" The 'Grep_Path' variable is used to locate the grep utility. By default,
" this is set to grep. You can change this using the let command:
"
" :let Grep_Path = 'd:\tools\grep.exe'
"
" The 'Fgrep_Path' variable is used to locate the fgrep utility. By default,
" this is set to fgrep. You can change this using the let command:
"
" :let Fgrep_Path = 'd:\tools\fgrep.exe'
"
" The 'Egrep_Path' variable is used to locate the egrep utility. By default,
" this is set to egrep. You can change this using the let command:
"
" :let Egrep_Path = 'd:\tools\egrep.exe'
"
" The 'Agrep_Path' variable is used to locate the agrep utility. By default,
" this is set to agrep. You can change this using the let command:
"
" :let Agrep_Path = 'd:\tools\agrep.exe'
"
" The 'Grep_Find_Path' variable is used to locate the find utility. By
" default, this is set to d:\tools\find.exe. You can change this using the let
" command:
"
" :let Grep_Find_Path = 'd:\tools\find.exe'
"
" The 'Grep_Xargs_Path' variable is used to locate the xargs utility. By
" default, this is set to xargs. You can change this using the let
" command:
"
" :let Grep_Xargs_Path = 'd:\tools\xargs.exe'
"
" When running any one of the Grep commands, you will be prompted for the
" files in which to search for the pattern. The 'Grep_Default_Filelist'
" variable is used to specify to default for this prompt. By default, this
" variable is set to '*'. You can specify multiple matching patterns separated
" by spaces. You can change this settings using the let command:
"
" :let Grep_Default_Filelist = '*.[chS]'
" :let Grep_Default_Filelist = '*.c *.cpp *.asm'
"
" The 'Grep_Default_Options' is used to pass default command line options to
" the grep/fgrep/egrep/agrep utilities. By default, this is set to an empty
" string. You can change this using the let command:
"
" :let Grep_Default_Options = '-i'
"
" The 'Grep_Skip_Dirs' variable specifies the list of directories to skip
" while doing recursive searches. By default, this is set to 'RCS CVS SCCS'.
" You can change this using the let command:
"
" :let Grep_Skip_Dirs = 'dir1 dir2 dir3'
"
" The 'Grep_Skip_Files' variable specifies the list of files to skip while
" doing recursive searches. By default, this is set to '*~ *,v s.*'. You can
" change this using the let command:
"
" :let Grep_Skip_Files = '*.bak *~'
"
" By default, when you invoke the Grep commands the quickfix window will be
" opened with the grep output. You can disable opening the quickfix window,
" by setting the 'Grep_OpenQuickfixWindow' variable to zero:
"
" :let Grep_OpenQuickfixWindow = 0
"
" You can manually open the quickfix window using the :cwindow command.
"
" By default, for recursive searches, the 'find' and 'xargs' utilities are
" used. If you don't have the 'xargs' utility or don't want to use the
" 'xargs' utility, " then you can set the 'Grep_Find_Use_Xargs' variable to
" zero. If this is set to zero, then only the 'find' utility is used for
" recursive searches:
"
" :let Grep_Find_Use_Xargs = 0
"
" To handle file names with space characters in them, the xargs utility
" is invoked with the '--null' argument. If the xargs utility in your system
" doesn't accept the '--null' argument, then you can change the
" Grep_Xargs_Options variable. For example, to use the '--print0' xargs
" argument, you can use the following command:
"
" :let Grep_Xargs_Options = '--print0'
"
" The Grep_Cygwin_Find variable should be set to 1, if you are using the find
" utility from the cygwin package. This setting is used to handle the
" difference between the backslash and forward slash path separators.
"
" :let Grep_Cygwin_Find = 1
"
" The 'Grep_Null_Device' variable specifies the name of the null device to
" pass to the grep commands. This is needed to force the grep commands to
" print the name of the file in which a match is found, if only one filename
" is specified. For Unix systems, this is set to /dev/null and for MS-Windows
" systems, this is set to NUL. You can modify this by using the let command:
"
" :let Grep_Null_Device = '/dev/null'
"
" The 'Grep_Shell_Quote_Char' variable specifies the quote character to use
" for protecting patterns from being interpreted by the shell. For Unix
" systems, this is set to "'" and for MS-Window systems, this is set to an
" empty string. You can change this using the let command:
"
" :let Grep_Shell_Quote_Char = "'"
"
" The 'Grep_Shell_Escape_Char' variable specifies the escape character to use
" for protecting special characters from being interpreted by the shell. For
" Unix systems, this is set to '\' and for MS-Window systems, this is set to
" an empty string. You can change this using the let command:
"
" :let Grep_Shell_Escape_Char = "'"
"
" --------------------- Do not modify after this line ---------------------
if exists("loaded_grep")
finish
endif
let loaded_grep = 1
" Line continuation used here
let s:cpo_save = &cpo
set cpo&vim
" Location of the grep utility
if !exists("Grep_Path")
let Grep_Path = 'grep'
endif
" Location of the fgrep utility
if !exists("Fgrep_Path")
let Fgrep_Path = 'fgrep'
endif
" Location of the egrep utility
if !exists("Egrep_Path")
let Egrep_Path = 'egrep'
endif
" Location of the agrep utility
if !exists("Agrep_Path")
let Agrep_Path = 'agrep'
endif
" Location of the find utility
if !exists("Grep_Find_Path")
let Grep_Find_Path = 'find'
endif
" Location of the xargs utility
if !exists("Grep_Xargs_Path")
let Grep_Xargs_Path = 'xargs'
endif
" Open the Grep output window. Set this variable to zero, to not open
" the Grep output window by default. You can open it manually by using
" the :cwindow command.
if !exists("Grep_OpenQuickfixWindow")
let Grep_OpenQuickfixWindow = 1
endif
" Default grep file list
if !exists("Grep_Default_Filelist")
let Grep_Default_Filelist = '*'
endif
" Default grep options
if !exists("Grep_Default_Options")
let Grep_Default_Options = ''
endif
" Use the 'xargs' utility in combination with the 'find' utility. Set this
" to zero to not use the xargs utility.
if !exists("Grep_Find_Use_Xargs")
let Grep_Find_Use_Xargs = 1
endif
" The command-line arguments to supply to the xargs utility
if !exists('Grep_Xargs_Options')
let Grep_Xargs_Options = '--null'
endif
" The find utility is from the cygwin package or some other find utility.
if !exists("Grep_Cygwin_Find")
let Grep_Cygwin_Find = 0
endif
" NULL device name to supply to grep. We need this because, grep will not
" print the name of the file, if only one filename is supplied. We need the
" filename for Vim quickfix processing.
if !exists("Grep_Null_Device")
if has("win32") || has("win16") || has("win95")
let Grep_Null_Device = 'NUL'
else
let Grep_Null_Device = '/dev/null'
endif
endif
" Character to use to quote patterns and filenames before passing to grep.
if !exists("Grep_Shell_Quote_Char")
if has("win32") || has("win16") || has("win95")
let Grep_Shell_Quote_Char = ''
else
let Grep_Shell_Quote_Char = "'"
endif
endif
" Character to use to escape special characters before passing to grep.
if !exists("Grep_Shell_Escape_Char")
if has("win32") || has("win16") || has("win95")
let Grep_Shell_Escape_Char = ''
else
let Grep_Shell_Escape_Char = '\'
endif
endif
" The list of directories to skip while searching for a pattern. Set this
" variable to '', if you don't want to skip directories.
if !exists("Grep_Skip_Dirs")
let Grep_Skip_Dirs = 'RCS CVS SCCS'
endif
" The list of files to skip while searching for a pattern. Set this variable
" to '', if you don't want to skip any files.
if !exists("Grep_Skip_Files")
let Grep_Skip_Files = '*~ *,v s.*'
endif
" RunGrepCmd()
" Run the specified grep command using the supplied pattern
function! s:RunGrepCmd(cmd, pattern, action)
let cmd_output = system(a:cmd)
if cmd_output == ""
echohl WarningMsg |
\ echomsg "Error: Pattern " . a:pattern . " not found" |
\ echohl None
return
endif
let tmpfile = tempname()
let old_verbose = &verbose
set verbose&vim
exe "redir! > " . tmpfile
silent echon '[Search results for pattern: ' . a:pattern . "]\n"
silent echon cmd_output
redir END
let &verbose = old_verbose
let old_efm = &efm
set efm=%f:%\\s%#%l:%m
if v:version >= 700 && a:action == 'add'
execute "silent! caddfile " . tmpfile
else
if exists(":cgetfile")
execute "silent! cgetfile " . tmpfile
else
execute "silent! cfile " . tmpfile
endif
endif
let &efm = old_efm
" Open the grep output window
if g:Grep_OpenQuickfixWindow == 1
" Open the quickfix window below the current window
botright copen
endif
call delete(tmpfile)
endfunction
" RunGrepRecursive()
" Run specified grep command recursively
function! s:RunGrepRecursive(cmd_name, grep_cmd, action, ...)
if a:0 > 0 && (a:1 == "-?" || a:1 == "-h")
echo 'Usage: ' . a:cmd_name . " [<grep_options>] [<search_pattern> " .
\ "[<file_name(s)>]]"
return
endif
let grep_opt = ""
let pattern = ""
let filepattern = ""
let argcnt = 1
while argcnt <= a:0
if a:{argcnt} =~ '^-'
let grep_opt = grep_opt . " " . a:{argcnt}
elseif pattern == ""
let pattern = g:Grep_Shell_Quote_Char . a:{argcnt} .
\ g:Grep_Shell_Quote_Char
else
let filepattern = filepattern . " " . a:{argcnt}
endif
let argcnt= argcnt + 1
endwhile
if grep_opt == ""
let grep_opt = g:Grep_Default_Options
endif
if a:grep_cmd != 'agrep'
" Don't display messages about non-existent files
" Agrep doesn't support the -s option
let grep_opt = grep_opt . " -s"
endif
if a:grep_cmd == 'grep'
let grep_path = g:Grep_Path
let grep_expr_option = '--'
elseif a:grep_cmd == 'fgrep'
let grep_path = g:Fgrep_Path
let grep_expr_option = '-e'
elseif a:grep_cmd == 'egrep'
let grep_path = g:Egrep_Path
let grep_expr_option = '-e'
elseif a:grep_cmd == 'agrep'
let grep_path = g:Agrep_Path
let grep_expr_option = ''
else
return
endif
" No argument supplied. Get the identifier and file list from user
if pattern == ""
let pattern = input("Search for pattern: ", expand("<cword>"))
if pattern == ""
return
endif
let pattern = g:Grep_Shell_Quote_Char . pattern .
\ g:Grep_Shell_Quote_Char
endif
let cwd = getcwd()
if g:Grep_Cygwin_Find == 1
let cwd = substitute(cwd, "\\", "/", "g")
endif
if v:version >= 700
let startdir = input("Start searching from directory: ", cwd, "dir")
else
let startdir = input("Start searching from directory: ", cwd)
endif
if startdir == ""
return
endif
if filepattern == ""
let filepattern = input("Search in files matching pattern: ",
\ g:Grep_Default_Filelist)
if filepattern == ""
return
endif
endif
let g:Grep_Default_Filelist = filepattern
let txt = filepattern . ' '
let find_file_pattern = ''
while txt != ''
let one_pattern = strpart(txt, 0, stridx(txt, ' '))
if find_file_pattern != ''
let find_file_pattern = find_file_pattern . ' -o'
endif
let find_file_pattern = find_file_pattern . ' -name ' .
\ g:Grep_Shell_Quote_Char . one_pattern . g:Grep_Shell_Quote_Char
let txt = strpart(txt, stridx(txt, ' ') + 1)
endwhile
let find_file_pattern = g:Grep_Shell_Escape_Char . '(' .
\ find_file_pattern . ' ' . g:Grep_Shell_Escape_Char . ')'
let txt = g:Grep_Skip_Dirs
let find_prune = ''
if txt != ''
let txt = txt . ' '
while txt != ''
let one_dir = strpart(txt, 0, stridx(txt, ' '))
if find_prune != ''
let find_prune = find_prune . ' -o'
endif
let find_prune = find_prune . ' -name ' . one_dir
let txt = strpart(txt, stridx(txt, ' ') + 1)
endwhile
let find_prune = '-type d ' . g:Grep_Shell_Escape_Char . '(' .
\ find_prune
let find_prune = find_prune . ' ' . g:Grep_Shell_Escape_Char . ')'
endif
let txt = g:Grep_Skip_Files
let find_skip_files = '-type f'
if txt != ''
let txt = txt . ' '
while txt != ''
let one_file = strpart(txt, 0, stridx(txt, ' '))
let find_skip_files = find_skip_files . ' ! -name ' .
\ g:Grep_Shell_Quote_Char . one_file .
\ g:Grep_Shell_Quote_Char
let txt = strpart(txt, stridx(txt, ' ') + 1)
endwhile
endif
if g:Grep_Find_Use_Xargs == 1
let cmd = g:Grep_Find_Path . " " . startdir
let cmd = cmd . " " . find_prune . " -prune -o"
let cmd = cmd . " " . find_skip_files
let cmd = cmd . " " . find_file_pattern
let cmd = cmd . " -print0 | "
let cmd = cmd . g:Grep_Xargs_Path . ' ' . g:Grep_Xargs_Options
let cmd = cmd . ' ' . grep_path . " " . grep_opt . " -n "
let cmd = cmd . grep_expr_option . " " . pattern
let cmd = cmd . ' ' . g:Grep_Null_Device
else
let cmd = g:Grep_Find_Path . " " . startdir
let cmd = cmd . " " . find_prune . " -prune -o"
let cmd = cmd . " " . find_skip_files
let cmd = cmd . " " . find_file_pattern
let cmd = cmd . " -exec " . grep_path . " " . grep_opt . " -n "
let cmd = cmd . grep_expr_option . " " . pattern
let cmd = cmd . " {} " . g:Grep_Null_Device . ' ' .
\ g:Grep_Shell_Escape_Char . ';'
endif
call s:RunGrepCmd(cmd, pattern, a:action)
endfunction
" RunGrepSpecial()
" Search for a pattern in all the opened buffers or filenames in the
" argument list
function! s:RunGrepSpecial(cmd_name, which, action, ...)
if a:0 > 0 && (a:1 == "-?" || a:1 == "-h")
echo 'Usage: ' . a:cmd_name . " [<grep_options>] [<search_pattern>]"
return
endif
" Search in all the Vim buffers
if a:which == 'buffer'
" Get a list of all the buffer names
let last_bufno = bufnr("$")
let i = 1
let filenames = ""
while i <= last_bufno
if bufexists(i) && buflisted(i)
let filenames = filenames . " " . bufname(i)
endif
let i = i + 1
endwhile
" No buffers
if filenames == ""
return
endif
elseif a:which == 'args'
" Search in all the filenames in the argument list
let arg_cnt = argc()
if arg_cnt == 0
echohl WarningMsg
echomsg "Error: Argument list is empty"
echohl None
return
endif
let i = 0
let filenames = ""
while i < arg_cnt
let filenames = filenames . " " . argv(i)
let i = i + 1
endwhile
" No arguments
if filenames == ""
echohl WarningMsg
echomsg "Error: Argument list is empty"
echohl None
return
endif
endif
let grep_opt = ""
let pattern = ""
" Get the list of optional grep command-line options (if present)
" supplied by the user. All the grep options will be preceded
" by a '-'
let argcnt= 1
while argcnt <= a:0 && a:{argcnt} =~ '^-'
let grep_opt = grep_opt . " " . a:{argcnt}
let argcnt = argcnt + 1
endwhile
" If the user didn't specify the option, then use the defaults
if grep_opt == ""
let grep_opt = g:Grep_Default_Options
endif
" Don't display messages about non-existent files
let grep_opt = grep_opt . " -s"
" The last argument specified by the user is the pattern
if argcnt == a:0
let pattern = a:{argcnt}
else
" No argument supplied. Get the identifier and file list from user
let pattern = input("Search for pattern: ", expand("<cword>"))
if pattern == ""
return
endif
endif
let pattern = g:Grep_Shell_Quote_Char . pattern . g:Grep_Shell_Quote_Char
" Add /dev/null to the list of filenames, so that grep print the
" filename and linenumber when grepping in a single file
let filenames = filenames . " " . g:Grep_Null_Device
let cmd = g:Grep_Path . " " . grep_opt . " -n -- "
let cmd = cmd . pattern . " " . filenames
call s:RunGrepCmd(cmd, pattern, a:action)
endfunction
" RunGrep()
" Run the specified grep command
function! s:RunGrep(cmd_name, grep_cmd, action, ...)
if a:0 > 0 && (a:1 == "-?" || a:1 == "-h")
echo 'Usage: ' . a:cmd_name . " [<grep_options>] [<search_pattern> " .
\ "[<file_name(s)>]]"
return
endif
let grep_opt = ""
let pattern = ""
let filenames = ""
" Parse the arguments
" grep command-line flags are specified using the "-flag" format
" the next argument is assumed to be the pattern
" and the next arguments are assumed to be filenames or file patterns
let argcnt = 1
while argcnt <= a:0
if a:{argcnt} =~ '^-'
let grep_opt = grep_opt . " " . a:{argcnt}
elseif pattern == ""
let pattern = g:Grep_Shell_Quote_Char . a:{argcnt} .
\ g:Grep_Shell_Quote_Char
else
let filenames= filenames . " " . a:{argcnt}
endif
let argcnt = argcnt + 1
endwhile
if grep_opt == ""
let grep_opt = g:Grep_Default_Options
endif
if a:grep_cmd != 'agrep'
" Don't display messages about non-existent files
" Agrep doesn't support the -s option
let grep_opt = grep_opt . " -s"
endif
if a:grep_cmd == 'grep'
let grep_path = g:Grep_Path
let grep_expr_option = '--'
elseif a:grep_cmd == 'fgrep'
let grep_path = g:Fgrep_Path
let grep_expr_option = '-e'
elseif a:grep_cmd == 'egrep'
let grep_path = g:Egrep_Path
let grep_expr_option = '-e'
elseif a:grep_cmd == 'agrep'
let grep_path = g:Agrep_Path
let grep_expr_option = ''
else
return
endif
" Get the identifier and file list from user
if pattern == ""
let pattern = input("Search for pattern: ", expand("<cword>"))
if pattern == ""
return
endif
let pattern = g:Grep_Shell_Quote_Char . pattern .
\ g:Grep_Shell_Quote_Char
endif
if filenames == ""
if v:version >= 700
let filenames = input("Search in files: ", g:Grep_Default_Filelist,
\ "file")
else
let filenames = input("Search in files: ", g:Grep_Default_Filelist)
endif
if filenames == ""
return
endif
endif
let g:Grep_Default_Filelist = filenames
" Add /dev/null to the list of filenames, so that grep print the
" filename and linenumber when grepping in a single file
let filenames = filenames . " " . g:Grep_Null_Device
let cmd = grep_path . " " . grep_opt . " -n "
let cmd = cmd . grep_expr_option . " " . pattern
let cmd = cmd . " " . filenames
call s:RunGrepCmd(cmd, pattern, a:action)
endfunction
" Define the set of grep commands
command! -nargs=* -complete=file Grep
\ call s:RunGrep('Grep', 'grep', 'set', <f-args>)
command! -nargs=* -complete=file Rgrep
\ call s:RunGrepRecursive('Rgrep', 'grep', 'set', <f-args>)
command! -nargs=* GrepBuffer
\ call s:RunGrepSpecial('GrepBuffer', 'buffer', 'set', <f-args>)
command! -nargs=* Bgrep
\ call s:RunGrepSpecial('Bgrep', 'buffer', 'set', <f-args>)
command! -nargs=* GrepArgs
\ call s:RunGrepSpecial('GrepArgs', 'args', 'set', <f-args>)
command! -nargs=* -complete=file Fgrep
\ call s:RunGrep('Fgrep', 'fgrep', 'set', <f-args>)
command! -nargs=* -complete=file Rfgrep
\ call s:RunGrepRecursive('Rfgrep', 'fgrep', 'set', <f-args>)
command! -nargs=* -complete=file Egrep
\ call s:RunGrep('Egrep', 'egrep', 'set', <f-args>)
command! -nargs=* -complete=file Regrep
\ call s:RunGrepRecursive('Regrep', 'egrep', 'set', <f-args>)
command! -nargs=* -complete=file Agrep
\ call s:RunGrep('Agrep', 'agrep', 'set', <f-args>)
command! -nargs=* -complete=file Ragrep
\ call s:RunGrepRecursive('Ragrep', 'agrep', 'set', <f-args>)
if v:version >= 700
command! -nargs=* -complete=file GrepAdd
\ call s:RunGrep('GrepAdd', 'grep', 'add', <f-args>)
command! -nargs=* -complete=file RgrepAdd
\ call s:RunGrepRecursive('RgrepAdd', 'grep', 'add', <f-args>)
command! -nargs=* GrepBufferAdd
\ call s:RunGrepSpecial('GrepBufferAdd', 'buffer', 'add', <f-args>)
command! -nargs=* BgrepAdd
\ call s:RunGrepSpecial('BgrepAdd', 'buffer', 'add', <f-args>)
command! -nargs=* GrepArgsAdd
\ call s:RunGrepSpecial('GrepArgsAdd', 'args', 'add', <f-args>)
command! -nargs=* -complete=file FgrepAdd
\ call s:RunGrep('FgrepAdd', 'fgrep', 'add', <f-args>)
command! -nargs=* -complete=file RfgrepAdd
\ call s:RunGrepRecursive('RfgrepAdd', 'fgrep', 'add', <f-args>)
command! -nargs=* -complete=file EgrepAdd
\ call s:RunGrep('EgrepAdd', 'egrep', 'add', <f-args>)
command! -nargs=* -complete=file RegrepAdd
\ call s:RunGrepRecursive('RegrepAdd', 'egrep', 'add', <f-args>)
command! -nargs=* -complete=file AgrepAdd
\ call s:RunGrep('AgrepAdd', 'agrep', 'add', <f-args>)
command! -nargs=* -complete=file RagrepAdd
\ call s:RunGrepRecursive('RagrepAdd', 'agrep', 'add', <f-args>)
endif
" Add the Tools->Search Files menu
if has('gui_running')
anoremenu <silent> Tools.Search.Current\ Directory<Tab>:Grep
\ :Grep<CR>
anoremenu <silent> Tools.Search.Recursively<Tab>:Rgrep
\ :Rgrep<CR>
anoremenu <silent> Tools.Search.Buffer\ List<Tab>:Bgrep
\ :Bgrep<CR>
anoremenu <silent> Tools.Search.Argument\ List<Tab>:GrepArgs
\ :GrepArgs<CR>
endif
" restore 'cpo'
let &cpo = s:cpo_save
unlet s:cpo_save
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