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An easy to use grep console for Eclipse IDE with a handful of useful functions. Filter Strings or RegExp matches from any TextConsoles Highlights matches Use filter settings for each Grep Console Enable/disable filter per click Filter / search ranges of lines (useful for XML-content) Resume filtering after a console has been disposed and restarted (beta state, tested for Java and Ant Consoles) Re-filter on demand Preset support, save your filter settings, import and export them Exception Stacktrace hyperlink support Terminate process capability Show statistic data for current console (with update facility) ...
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Submitted by Steve DeFazio on Thu, 2017-10-12 14:47
I was able to get this working in 2 seconds, it works great. My issue is that as my program is running and generating logs, the original console pops to the foreground every time a new log is created, and I have to click the "Switch consoles" button to go back to my filtered view. Is there a way around this?
Additionally, instead of highlighting things that match, is there a way to simply omit things that don't?
Submitted by Jens Pfahl on Fri, 2017-10-27 06:44
You can try deactivating "Show when program writes to standard out/error" on your original console.
You can omit lines that not matches, by clicking "Not matching" in the Easy Console Grepper dialog.
Submitted by Jeremy Philippe on Fri, 2016-08-05 06:46
Thanks a lot!
Possible improvement (for me anyway) would be a small textfield to quickly type a filter and having the console clear&refresh as I type (I think the Android Logcat behaved like that, but not sure).
Submitted by Jens Pfahl on Thu, 2016-08-11 04:13
Thanks for your proposal.
I'll think about that. But presumably this is not possible caused by the used RCP framework, where ECG is integrated in.
It is not possible to integrate textfields into a ToolBar :-(
But I could integrate a new "Clear&Refresh" button into the Grep Settings dialog.
Submitted by James Marshall on Wed, 2015-02-25 05:25
I spent hours trying to get Grep Console to work for me, but this plugin worked out of the box. Recommended.
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