Ripgrep (rg) (поиск текста в файлах)

Ripgrep - это инструмент поиска, ориентированный на строки, который рекурсивно ищет в текущем каталоге шаблон регулярного выражения.

По умолчанию ripgrep будет уважать ваш .gitignore и автоматически пропускать скрытые файлы/каталоги и двоичные файлы.

Ripgrep имеет первоклассную поддержку в Windows, macOS и Linux, причем для каждого выпуска доступны двоичные файлы для загрузки.

Ripgrep похож на другие популярные инструменты поиска, такие как Silver Searcher, ack и grep.



ripgrep 12.1.1 is a patch release that fixes a couple small bugs. In
particular, the ripgrep 12.1.0 release did not tag new releases for all of its
in-tree dependencies. As a result, ripgrep built dependencies from
would produce a different build than compiling ripgrep from source on the
12.1.0 tag. Namely, some crates like grep-cli had unreleased changes.

In case you haven’t heard of it before, ripgrep is a line-oriented search
tool that recursively searches your current directory for a regex pattern.
By default, ripgrep will respect your gitignore rules and automatically skip
hidden files/directories and binary files.

Bug fixes:

  • BUG #1581:
    Corrects some egregious markup output in --help.
  • BUG #1591:
    Mention the special $0 capture group in docs for the -r/--replace flag.
  • BUG #1602:
    Fix failing test resulting from out-of-sync dependencies.


что нового

ipgrep 13 is a new major version release of ripgrep that primarily contains
bug fixes, some performance improvements and a few minor breaking changes.
There is also a fix for a security vulnerability on Windows

In case you haven’t heard of it before, ripgrep is a line-oriented search
tool that recursively searches the current directory for a regex pattern. By
default, ripgrep will respect gitignore rules and automatically skip hidden
files/directories and binary files.

Some highlights:

A new short flag, -., has been added. It is an alias for the --hidden flag,
which instructs ripgrep to search hidden files and directories.

ripgrep is now using a new
vectorized implementation of memmem,
which accelerates many common searches. If you notice any performance
regressions (or major improvements), I’d love to hear about them through an
issue report!

Also, for Windows users targeting MSVC, Cargo will now build fully static
executables of ripgrep. The release binaries for ripgrep 13 have been compiled
using this configuration.


Binary detection output has changed slightly.

In this release, a small tweak has been made to the output format when a binary
file is detected. Previously, it looked like this:

Binary file FOO matches (found "\0" byte around offset XXX)

Now it looks like this:

FOO: binary file matches (found "\0" byte around offset XXX)

vimgrep output in multi-line now only prints the first line for each match.

See issue 1866 for more
discussion on this. Previously, every line in a match was duplicated, even
when it spanned multiple lines. There are no changes to vimgrep output when
multi-line mode is disabled.

In multi-line mode, --count is now equivalent to --count-matches.

This appears to match how pcre2grep implements --count. Previously, ripgrep
would produce outright incorrect counts. Another alternative would be to simply
count the number of lines—even if it’s more than the number of matches—but
that seems highly unintuitive.


Security fixes:

  • CVE-2021-3013:
    Fixes a security hole on Windows where running ripgrep with either the
    -z/--search-zip or --pre flags can result in running arbitrary
    executables from the current directory.
  • VULN #1773:
    This is the public facing issue tracking CVE-2021-3013. ripgrep’s README
    now contains a section describing how to report a vulnerability.

Performance improvements:

  • PERF #1657:
    Check if a file should be ignored first before issuing stat calls.
  • PERF memchr#82:
    ripgrep now uses a new vectorized implementation of memmem.

Feature enhancements:

  • Added or improved file type filtering for ASP, Bazel, dvc, FlatBuffers,
    Futhark, minified files, Mint, pofiles (from GNU gettext) Racket, Red, Ruby,
    VCL, Yang.
  • FEATURE #1404:
    ripgrep now prints a warning if nothing is searched.
  • FEATURE #1613:
    Cargo will now produce static executables on Windows when using MSVC.
  • FEATURE #1680:
    Add -. as a short flag alias for --hidden.
  • FEATURE #1842:
    Add --field-{context,match}-separator for customizing field delimiters.
  • FEATURE #1856:
    The README now links to a
    Spanish translation.

Bug fixes:

  • BUG #1277:
    Document cygwin path translation behavior in the FAQ.
  • BUG #1739:
    Fix bug where replacements were buggy if the regex matched a line terminator.
  • BUG #1311:
    Fix multi-line bug where a search & replace for \n didn’t work as expected.
  • BUG #1401:
    Fix buggy interaction between PCRE2 look-around and -o/--only-matching.
  • BUG #1412:
    Fix multi-line bug with searches using look-around past matching lines.
  • BUG #1577:
    Fish shell completions will continue to be auto-generated.
  • BUG #1642:
    Fixes a bug where using -m and -A printed more matches than the limit.
  • BUG #1703:
    Clarify the function of -u/--unrestricted.
  • BUG #1708:
    Clarify how -S/--smart-case works.
  • BUG #1730:
    Clarify that CLI invocation must always be valid, regardless of config file.
  • BUG #1741:
    Fix stdin detection when using PowerShell in UNIX environments.
  • BUG #1756:
    Fix bug where foo/** would match foo, but it shouldn’t.
  • BUG #1765:
    Fix panic when --crlf is used in some cases.
  • BUG #1638:
    Correctly sniff UTF-8 and do transcoding, like we do for UTF-16.
  • BUG #1816:
    Add documentation for glob alternate syntax, e.g., {a,b,..}.
  • BUG #1847:
    Clarify how the --hidden flag works.
  • BUG #1866:
    Fix bug when computing column numbers in --vimgrep mode.
  • BUG #1868:
    Fix bug where --passthru and -A/-B/-C did not override each other.
  • BUG #1869:
    Clarify docs for --files-with-matches and --files-without-match.
  • BUG #1878:
    Fix bug where \A could produce unanchored matches in multiline search.
  • BUG 94e4b8e3:
    Fix column numbers with --vimgrep is used with -U/--multiline.