On 12 September 2014 21:23, Nick Treleaven firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On 12/09/2014 09:38, Matthew Brush wrote:
At least for my use, I actually want the files all open in Geany, then maybe I'll do individual replace-in-file for each file or other edits on each file that contains matches. Just modifying some unknown group of potentially open or closed files en masse without any control or seeing the results wouldn't be very useful for the mentioned use-case, especially where the step #3 isn't a "replace-in-session" operation.
Me too, for the same reason. From a terminal I use:
grep blah -l |xargs geany -i &
Neat trick, I'll use that :)
but it would be much nicer to use Find in Files then e.g. right click the Messages pane and choose Open All.
Agree the right click menu is the right place, my concern was having a menu item that only applied when the message window was visible with suitable contents.
Could also apply to any message window contents that recognise filenames not just FIF results. As I said above if its automated it doesn't matter if the file occurs several times since the open code already has the checks to prevent opening multiple times.
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