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PostPosted: Fri Apr 24, 2009 1:28 pm 
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I have written a small tool for my own needs but I think it might be also good help for others ...

The tool's called Rexman and it's aim is to help one in working with and development of regular expressions, especially in PureBasic.

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Just put your sample-text into the regarding area and code your regex in the upper StringGadget -> Rexman will update automatically.

Download (win32/win64/lin32/lin64): http://www.wojner.at/static/rexman.zip

Here's the changelog ...

EDIT (Version 2.0 Build 56)
* Fixed a crash at startup under very special circumstances

EDIT (Version 2.0 Build 55)
* Performance-boost when saving sessions.
* Group-views when setting group-id to -1/-2.
* Mapview for REGEX matches in Resultvisualizer
* Load sample-data from file
* Context menues

EDIT (Version 2.0 Build 54)
* Fixed crash (due to Scintilla.dll sharing) when multiple instances of RexMan where running.
* Use Scintilla for info-view
* Replace sample-data based on REGEX with string and copy result to clipboard
* REGEX groups (since PB 5.30) are now supported -> Use the according spin-gadget to switch between 0 (= no group) and the desired group-id.

EDIT (Version 2.0 Build 53)
* Statusbar displaying Rexman's state
* Explanation strings for special characters
* Linux should detect regex changes now
* Change of sample data now refreshes results
* Other minor bugfixes

EDIT (Version 2.0 Build 51)
* Token viewer can show original Regex tokens by opt-in via checkbox
* Regex input control is now Scintilla based
* Regex input control shows colors analogue to token viewer
* Describe special characters within custom character-class

EDIT (Version 2.0 Build 50):
* Use of Scintilla for sample/results text
* Revised save-pending and the according management
* State of the dynamic layout (Mainwindow and cheatsheet) is stored/loaded
* Linewrap state is stored/loaded
* Sample and result data scroll correlated
* Token viewer to easily understand the coded regular expression
* RexManHQ - Checks for updates and downloads the latter
* RexMan now does have an icon on Windows platforms
* Bugfixes

EDIT (Version 1.2 Build 46):
* Major bugfix: Crash on Linux
* Some minor bugfixes
* "Courier New" font for Regex

EDIT (Version 1.2 Build 44):
* Bugfixes
* Linewrapping for sample/visualization data

EDIT (Version 1.2 Build 42):
* Bugfixes

EDIT (Version 1.2 Build 38):
* Available for win32/win64/lin32/lin64
* Bugfixes
* Newly available NoCase-Mode is now supported
* Sessions can now be saved/loaded
* Regexs can now be exported/imported
* Regex-Strings can now be pasted/copied from/to the clipboard (straight ones as well as combined with chr(34))
* A full CreateRegularExpression statement can now be automatically generated
* The resultlist can now be copied to the clipboard which makes RexMan even usable as a generic tool


Have phun!

Cheers Didel


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 24, 2009 2:12 pm 
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Nice idea - thanks.

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Nice one, I already knew of some other software like this.

Useful, thank you :)


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luis wrote:
Nice one, I already knew of some other software like this.

Would you mind giving us the link? I'm interested. :)

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Sorry Didelphodon, didn't want to hijack your thread, but since someone is asking me...

Fluid Byte wrote:
Would you mind giving us the link? I'm interested. :)


This is my favorite, it's shareware:

http://www.regexbuddy.com/



There are many others freeware floating around, look for "regex tester" or "regular expression tester" or the like!

Anyway, any regexp library has some differences compared to another, so Didelphodon program is good for us because is using (I imagine) the regexp library include with PB. So a test with his tools is more "authoritative" for us PB users :)

(Regexp buddy supports many regex variants).


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I asked for the link so it's my fault :P

Thanks luis!

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luis wrote:
Sorry Didelphodon, didn't want to hijack your thread, but since someone is asking me...

No problem
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... because is using (I imagine) the regexp library include with PB ...

Correct


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Does anyone know of a simple, free program that allows me to easily create regular expressions?

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GeoTrail wrote:
Does anyone know of a simple, free program that allows me to easily create regular expressions?


Yes, Purebasic! :wink:

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Rexman is back online again!

Cheers Didel.


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A new version of Rexman is online.

Changes:
* Dynamic resizing of the GUI-components
* Regex cheat-sheet is now onboard - press F1 to view it
* Resultvisualizer gadget is now home-brewn using canvas-gadget - no more web-gadget
* Some bug-fixes

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Great tool, but I miss an OpenFileRequester for loading text files as sample data.

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IceSoft wrote:
Great tool, but I miss an OpenFileRequester for loading text files as sample data.

Good point - thinking about it ...

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Great tool, but I miss an OpenFileRequester for loading text files as sample data.


....and for loading complete examples - regex solution for sample data.

How about adding a tab with some guidance on how to build a regex?

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Hello Didel,

Your new version works very well on my laptop at home but it works not on my office laptop.
(I think the reason is the Regex cheat-sheet)

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