Re: [kde] I want to learn to patch
- From: James Richard Tyrer <tyrerj@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 06 Jun 2009 12:24:31 -0700
Dotan Cohen wrote:
The web interface will not allow asterisks in searches, so local it must be!
There is also a web search engine for the code base:
Which will look for files containing a string.
You can't simply use wild cards ("*" & "?") with it but you can use Perl
regular expressions for file names.
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