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  1. Perform a search and replace on copied text, and save regexs for future use. Download: http://code.instructorium.com/downloads/Regex.alfredworkflow Please visit http://code.instructorium.com/regex for more information. (also on Packal: http://www.packal.org/workflow/regex ) A summary is below: Commands you can use: 1. Any regular expression (no keyword necessary, Perl-style) "s/this/that/msg" "s@\$(\d+)\.(\d{2})@$1 dollars and $2 cents@g", etc. 2. Follow your regular expression with " save as " and then a name in order to save it for future use. "s&this&that&xg save as mythisthat", etc. 3. Use the "regex" keyword followed by the name you saved it under to execute a saved regex. "regex mythisthat", etc. As far as I know, it works on all versions of Alfred 2 and all versions of OS X. Your custom workflows are saved under ~/Library/Application Support/Alfred 2/workflows/com.verykiwi.regex/RegexSequences.pl. You can delete the com.verykiwi.regex folder after uninstall. Feel free to contact me if you have any issues.
  2. Hi everyone! Introducing Regex. http://code.instructorium.com/regex/ Copy any text on your computer. Fire up Alfred and type your search-and-replace regular expression. That's it! Other Features: 1. There is a "quoted" mode (sq) for people less familiar with regex, or simply for convenience. It disables all escaping, interpolation, and regex features. It is a plain-old search and replace. 2. You can save regexs you use often under a name, then execute them by name whenever you want! 3. coming soon: match previews The download link is on my website, which also has more thorough explanations: http://code.instructorium.com/regex/ Please contact me with feature requests or (hopefully not) bugs. You can leave comments here or on my website. Thanks!
  3. I've just made a simple workflow to test whether a Regular Expression matches a given string. You type the match keyword followed by the regex to test against everything that comes after. I hope someone else find it useful. Here's the download link: http://cl.ly/Og94 Any bug or feature requests, please ping me at https://twitter.com/samflores.
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