Windows has wonderful tool working with regular expressions – RegexBuddy. It has two problems:
- It’s commercial.
- It runs on Windows (Linux version no more available).
What tools (except grep) you use working with regular expressions on Linux?
I use Kiki, it’s simple but does the job.
Written in Python and there’s an ubuntu package named
See my answer to How do you write and test your regular expressions? on StackOverflow.
Don’t use Regex Buddy, nor any similar tool.
Spend a bit of time learning how regular expressions work.
They are actually much simpler than people think.
I usually use emacs with regex-tool. It get’s the job done.
Here’s someone’s blog entry about it http://bc.tech.coop/blog/071103.html
MonoDevelop includes a powerfull Regex tool. It includes a library of user submitted Regexes and a Regex tester.
The regex validator is System.Text.RegularExpressions.Regex.