136411Re: Search Patterns
- Feb 27, 2013On Wed, February 27, 2013 06:37, John Lusby wrote:
> Hello,Looks like your make program outputs terminal sequences to e.g. display
> I'm currently trying to read a list of files from a make output and push
> them into ctags but I'm having trouble with the substitute. I've been
> vim to try to get the pattern right but I cant seem to figure it out.
> I'm currently at the point where my command looks like
> make telosb verbose 2>&1 >/dev/null | grep 'preprocessing' | sed -e
> 's/preprocessing//' -e 's/ //' >>somefilenames2.txt
> but the lines in somefilenames look all garbled
> Heres a snippet
> [01;31m [K [m [K/usr/lib/ncc/deputy_nodeputy.h
> [01;31m [K [m [K/usr/lib/ncc/nesc_nx.h
> [01;31m [K [m [K/home/john/local/tinyos-2.x/tos/system/tos.h
> [01;31m [K [m [K/home/john/local/tinyos-2.x/tos/system/TinySchedulerC.nc
> [01;31m [K [m [K/home/john/local/tinyos-2.x/tos/interfaces/Scheduler.nc
> I tried using a pattern like :%s/^*\/// to replace it but that just said
> pattern ^*\/ found. Does anyone know what I'm doing wrong?
> Thanks for the help,
colors? Try explicitly setting your terminal to somthing dumb for make.
It shouldn't then output those chars:
TERM=vt100 make ...
Your pattern doesn't look right btw. I think what you want to search for
Your pattern ^*\/ is actually looking for line start followed by a '*'
followed by a slash, which is obviously not what you need.
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