Turma (Text Utils with Recursive Mambojambo Actions) is a search, and replace (optionally) utility, which operates on multiple files following a given pattern, with the possibility to recurse into subdirectories. It can handle more than words or lines of text, but blocks (paragraphs) of text.
released on 6 November 2001
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