Three Modern Unix Commands that will Change the Way You Search For Files
In this video, we’ll take a look at the ripgrep suite of utilities. Specifically we’ll cover how to use ripgrep to perform file and text searches on your system. We’ll also cover 2 of the extended rgrep utilities from the Modern Unix Suite.
0:51 Getting Started with ripgrep
1:30 Installing ripgrep on Ubuntu
2:57 Using ripgrep to Search for Text Within a Specific File
4:54 Using ripgrep to Search for Text in a Specific Directory
6:54 Using ripgrep to Search Within Your GIT Repositories
10:01 Using ripgrep to Replace Words Within Files
11:38 Overview of the Modern Unix Suite
12:20 Installing exa
13:06 Using exa versus ls
14:22 Installing Bat
14:36 Using bat versus cat
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