How to export search result by command line automatically?

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How to export search result by command line automatically?

Post by jacky » Sat Nov 29, 2014 2:30 am

I prefer to use command line to search result .
For example,
1) win+R and input "cmd" to launch Windows command
2) input "C:\Program Files\Everything\Everything.exe" -s "c: dc:aug *.txt>"
3) then "everything application" is appeared and show the search result( all the .txt file which is created in Auguest in Driver C)
4) then If I want to save search result, I have to click "menu - file - export" and input filelist name manually.

the question is step4:
have any method by using "option/parameter" in command line to export search result automatically?
(instead of clicking menu-file-export)


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Re: How to export search result by command line automaticall

Post by therube » Sat Dec 20, 2014 3:46 am

Download Everything Command-line Interface,

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-r Search the database using a basic POSIX regular expression.
-i Does a case sensitive search.
-w Does a whole word search.
-p Does a full path search.
-h --help Display this help.
-n <num> Limit the amount of results shown to <num>.
-s Sort by full path.
Output can be redirected to a file or wherever.

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C:\TMP\>  es.exe  shadowfax  >  shadow.txt

C:\TMP\>  es.exe  shadowfax  |  clip.exe

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