Search for matches in files in a directory structure.
Fsgrep is a simple Java application which allows a user to search all files in a directory structure for lines matching a given pattern. Its functionality is a combination of the Unix 'find' and 'grep' utilities.
DocumentationUser introduction in HTML from http://fsgrep.sourceforge.net/
released on 16 February 2009
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