|Subject:||Re: [bug #25765] grep -P regexp also prints the line before the match|
|Date:||Thu, 5 Mar 2009 11:45:17 -0500|
Hmm...My problem seem to come from the fact "^" matches not only beginning of the current line but beginning of any of the previous lines so instead of "^.*" I need to do "^[^\n]*". If that is not considered a bug than the documentation definitely needs updating...
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