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It is always difficult to ask a question whan you are unsure of your ground.
My problem is as follows. All of the files I have created as glossaries to use with a translation tool, I have created as CSV files with Notepad++.
I now have to convert them to text TAB files for use with OmegaT.
The idea of having to go through thousands of lines of CSV files and remove a character and replace it with a tab incenses me and I have no alternative.
I write and am only living on the periphery of the IT ball-park.
So my questions are:
1. Is simple script a way to do what I need?
2. If not are there other tools available as Notepad++ plugins which I could use?
3. Or has someone a better suggestion?
I look forward to any help I can be given.
Kind regards, PatrickForkin.
"Tools to find and copy regex matches in files" (New)
By: Fool4UAnyway (fool4uanyway) - 2008-04-20 01:49
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"copy to clip all text matching regex pattern"
Read about TextCrawler and its ability to replace search terms in files.
It allows you to create back-ups beforehand, so you can always be on the safe side.
There is also a tool TextRep which can do simple text (and multi-line) replacement, but this might be enough and also work for you.