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ugrep - Ultra fast grep with interactive query UI and fuzzy search

  •    C++

ugrep is ultra fast grep with interactive query UI and fuzzy search. It can search file systems, source code, text, binary files, archives (cpio/tar/pax/zip), compressed files (gz/Z/bz2/lzma/xz/lz4/zstd), documents and more. A faster, user-friendly and compatible grep replacement.

ngrep - ngrep is like GNU grep applied to the network layer

  •    C

ngrep is like GNU grep applied to the network layer. It's a PCAP-based tool that allows you to specify an extended regular or hexadecimal expression to match against data payloads of packets. It understands many kinds of protocols, including IPv4/6, TCP, UDP, ICMPv4/6, IGMP and Raw, across a wide variety of interface types, and understands BPF filter logic in the same fashion as more common packet sniffing tools, such as tcpdump and snoop. As well, it could be used to do plaintext credential collection, as with HTTP Basic Authentication, FTP or POP3 authentication. Like all useful tools, it can be used for good and for bad.

grep-typos - Quickly check your project for typos

  •    Shell

Quickly check your project for most common typos and misspellings. Match substrings in searched text. This option will cause the script to use the data/typos.txt database. Default script behavior without the --substrings option is to match data/common_misspellings.txt against whole words only.

vgrep - vgrep - an easy to use front-end for (git) grep

  •    Go

vgrep is a command-line tool to search textual patterns in directories. It serves as a front-end to grep and git-grep and allows to open the indexed matching lines in a user-specified editor. vgrep is inspired by the ancient cgvg scripts but extended to perform further operations such as listing statistics of files and directory trees or showing the context lines before and after the matches. To ease packaging and compilation, vgrep ships all external dependencies in the vendor/ directory. For compilation, it is important to place the source tree in a path that follows the pattern $GOPATH/src/github.com/vrothberg/vgrep/. Feel free to check out the container-build make target and the Dockerfile to see an example setup for building vgrep.