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default XP search through XLIFF files finds nothing
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Vito Smolej
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Dec 22, 2007

I have 30+ l10n XLIFF files on my hand. The target text appears on some page on a site (you may know the site, the name starts with P and ends on a capital Z;).

If I locate an error in the translation somewhere, I need to find the file containing this string. Alas, the default system search - search for string "xyz" in *.xml - does not work. Probable culprit: the unicode - the files are in Unicode, and my search string "xyz" is not -.

A unicode-enabled grep for Windows XP anyone?

TiA

Vito


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Vito Smolej
Germany
Local time: 19:55
Member (2004)
English to Slovenian
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found what I was asking for Dec 22, 2007

A unicode-enabled grep for Windows XP anyone?


AstroGrep Windows File Searching Utility on sourceforge:

http://astrogrep.sourceforge.net/


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