Summary: User notes for the TextExtract recipe.
Discussion: TextExtract-Talk
Users: +5

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  • (+) Helpful cookbook for searching or extracting text or code, regex allowed, lot of params gb February 01, 2010, at 09:06 AM
  • (+) Very powerful with lots of options. I use it mostly in its simplest form, just a much-improved search form. Peter Bowers February 04, 2010, at 11:08 AM
  • (+) This cookbook will be very useful to list all decisions made by our collective from the meeting reports, by recognizing the "decision:" keyword (or "^d.cision" regex because of the possible accent). I hesitated with the Excerpts cookbook, but this one seems to be more maintained. October 27th 2010. Will be used by https://www.serveurlibre.net/ (currently tested on the migration wiki).
  • (+) Very helpful, should be core functionality IMO. OliverBetz
  • (+) Great: token and case options very valuable, and displaying term in context is the minimum expected of a modern search simon September 20, 2014, at 11:22 PM
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