Stephen_Reilly at dell.com wrote:
> sed -e 's/<[^>]*img/¬<img/g' foo.jsp | #put each <img>...
> tr "¬" "\n" | #on a new line.
> sed -n 's/<.*img.*src="\([^"]*\)".*/\1/gp' |
> sort -u
>> hmmm, guess I better stop calling files "¬" ...
true. I wouldn't have to do it if sed recognised c escapes
like I mentioned previously.
> It should really search for
> [\"|\'] rather than just ", to match <img src='image.jpg'>.
Didn't know this was valid syntax. But if so see below..
> Tell me this,
> what's going on in [^"]* ?
Match zero or more characters not a "
i.e. the file name. What happens if you've
a " in the filename? It won't work :-)
sed -e 's/<[^>]*img/¬<img/g' foo.jsp | #put each <img>...
tr "¬" "\n" | #on a new line.
sed -n 's/<.*img.*src=["']\([^"']*\)".*/\1/gp' |
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