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Find Function

Hallo,

I am new to this forum and am enjoying it very much at the moment.

When I have to look at a large BSP someone else wrote, I do find it useful to have a search function on that BSP: for example, I'd like to see everywhere "window.open" occurs in the BSP "HAP_DOCUMENT" or where "<bsp" occurs everywhere in a BSP, just to give examples.

How do you gentlemen do this?

I'm sure there must be a program for this that I do not know of.

I needed to write such a program and would be happy to give a copy of that to anyone in this forum.

But surely one exists already? And could I profit from it?

With best regards

David Lawn

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  • Posted on Jul 13, 2004 at 12:01 PM

    Hallo David,

    > I'm sure there must be a program for this

    > that I do not know of.

    The only program that I know of, is the one that you wrote. Hmmm.... From the screenshots it looks to be a very good program, although I have not seen it in action, and so can not give a final comment.

    > How do you gentlemen do this?

    For internal use, we just wrote a report to dump everything in a package that we use onto disk on the local PC. This includes BSP source, controller classes, etc. And then we just grep over the files.

    ++bcm

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    Posted on Jul 13, 2004 at 04:15 PM

    Hallo Brian, would you write me at lawn@sapprogrammer.com so that I can give you a copy? Kind regards David Lawn

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