Toby Inkster wrote:
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> I once wrote a global/recursive search-and-replace tool for Linux, but
>> it operates on files, not on a database, which is where all the data is
I re-thought that. Over the long run, it is better the re-write Texturize (
http://photomatt.net/tools/texturize ) of WordPress to generate these span
elements on-the-fly, somewhat like a filter. This way the user does not
need to do so time and time again.
> So what? -- I can't imagine it would take more than a few lines of code to
> get it to operate of a database instead!
> As an aside, why did you write that tool? Hadn't you read "man sed"?
It uses sed. You had very much to do with the composition of this little
I even acknowledge you at the bottom. I have extended these 'scripts' to
change pages quite radically, en masse. The longest such script is around
30 lines long.
Roy S. Schestowitz