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@if (@X)==(@Y) @end /* Harmless hybrid line that begins a JScript comment
::************ Documentation ***********
::REPL.BAT version 5.0
:::
:::REPL Search Replace [Options [SourceVar]]
:::REPL /?[REGEX|REPLACE]
:::REPL /V
:::
::: Performs a global regular expression search and replace operation on
::: each line of input from stdin and prints the result to stdout.
:::
::: Each parameter may be optionally enclosed by double quotes. The double
::: quotes are not considered part of the argument. The quotes are required
::: if the parameter contains a batch token delimiter like space, tab, comma,
::: semicolon. The quotes should also be used if the argument contains a
::: batch special character like &, |, etc. so that the special character
::: does not need to be escaped with ^.
:::
::: If called with a single argument of /?, then prints help documentation
::: to stdout. If a single argument of /?REGEX, then opens up Microsoft's
::: JScript regular expression documentation within your browser. If a single
::: argument of /?REPLACE, then opens up Microsoft's JScript REPLACE
::: documentation within your browser.
:::
::: If called with a single argument of /V, case insensitive, then prints
::: the version of REPL.BAT.
:::
::: Search - By default, this is a case sensitive JScript (ECMA) regular
::: expression expressed as a string.
:::
::: JScript regex syntax documentation is available at
::: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ae5bf541(v=vs.80).aspx
:::
::: Replace - By default, this is the string to be used as a replacement for
::: each found search expression. Full support is provided for
::: substituion patterns available to the JScript replace method.
:::
::: For example, $& represents the portion of the source that matched
::: the entire search pattern, $1 represents the first captured
::: submatch, $2 the second captured submatch, etc. A $ literal
::: can be escaped as $$.
:::
::: An empty replacement string must be represented as "".
:::
::: Replace substitution pattern syntax is fully documented at
::: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-US/library/efy6s3e6(v=vs.80).aspx
:::
::: Options - An optional string of characters used to alter the behavior
::: of REPL. The option characters are case insensitive, and may
::: appear in any order.
:::
::: I - Makes the search case-insensitive.
:::
::: L - The Search is treated as a string literal instead of a
::: regular expression. Also, all $ found in Replace are
::: treated as $ literals.
:::
::: B - The Search must match the beginning of a line.
::: Mostly used with literal searches.
:::
::: E - The Search must match the end of a line.
::: Mostly used with literal searches.
:::
::: V - Search and Replace represent the name of environment
::: variables that contain the respective values. An undefined
::: variable is treated as an empty string.
:::
::: A - Only print altered lines. Unaltered lines are discarded.
::: If both the M and V options are present, then prints the
::: entire result if there was a change anywhere in the string.
::: The A option is incompatible with the M option unless the S
::: option is also present.
:::
::: M - Multi-line mode. The entire contents of stdin is read and
::: processed in one pass instead of line by line, thus enabling
::: search for \n. This also enables preservation of the original
::: line terminators. If the M option is not present, then every
::: printed line is termiated with carriage return and line feed.
::: The M option is incompatible with the A option unless the S
::: option is also present.
:::
::: Note: If working with binary data containing NULL bytes,
::: then the M option must be used.
:::
::: X - Enables extended substitution pattern syntax with support
::: for the following escape sequences within the Replace string:
:::
::: \\ - Backslash
::: \b - Backspace
::: \f - Formfeed
::: \n - Newline
::: \q - Quote
::: \r - Carriage Return
::: \t - Horizontal Tab
::: \v - Vertical Tab
::: \xnn - Extended ASCII byte code expressed as 2 hex digits
::: \unnnn - Unicode character expressed as 4 hex digits
:::
::: Also enables the \q escape sequence for the Search string.
::: The other escape sequences are already standard for a regular
::: expression Search string.
:::
::: Also modifies the behavior of \xnn in the Search string to work
::: properly with extended ASCII byte codes.
:::
::: Extended escape sequences are supported even when the L option
::: is used. Both Search and Replace support all of the extended
::: escape sequences if both the X and L opions are combined.
:::
::: S - The source is read from an environment variable instead of
::: from stdin. The name of the source environment variable is
::: specified in the next argument after the option string. Without
::: the M option, ^ anchors the beginning of the string, and $ the
::: end of the string. With the M option, ^ anchors the beginning
::: of a line, and $ the end of a line.
:::
::: Return Codes: 0 = At least one change was made
::: or the /? or /V option was used
:::
::: 1 = No change was made
:::
::: 2 = Invalid call syntax or incompatible options
:::
::: 3 = JScript runtime error, typically due to invalid regex
:::
::: REPL.BAT was written by Dave Benham, with assistance from DosTips user Aacini
::: to get \xnn to work properly with extended ASCII byte codes. Also assistance
::: from DosTips user penpen diagnosing issues reading NULL bytes, along with a
::: workaround. REPL.BAT was originally posted at:
::: http://www.dostips.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=3855
:::
::************ Batch portion ***********
@echo off
if .%2 equ . (
if "%~1" equ "/?" (
<"%~f0" cscript //E:JScript //nologo "%~f0" "^:::" "" a
exit /b 0
) else if /i "%~1" equ "/?regex" (
explorer "http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ae5bf541(v=vs.80).aspx"
exit /b 0
) else if /i "%~1" equ "/?replace" (
explorer "http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-US/library/efy6s3e6(v=vs.80).aspx"
exit /b 0
) else if /i "%~1" equ "/V" (
<"%~f0" cscript //E:JScript //nologo "%~f0" "^::(REPL\.BAT version)" "$1" a
exit /b 0
) else (
call :err "Insufficient arguments"
exit /b 2
)
)
echo(%~3|findstr /i "[^SMILEBVXA]" >nul && (
call :err "Invalid option(s)"
exit /b 2
)
echo(%~3|findstr /i "M"|findstr /i "A"|findstr /vi "S" >nul && (
call :err "Incompatible options"
exit /b 2
)
cscript //E:JScript //nologo "%~f0" %*
exit /b %errorlevel%
:err
>&2 echo ERROR: %~1. Use REPL /? to get help.
exit /b
************* JScript portion **********/
var rtn=1;
try {
var env=WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell").Environment("Process");
var args=WScript.Arguments;
var search=args.Item(0);
var replace=args.Item(1);
var options="g";
if (args.length>2) options+=args.Item(2).toLowerCase();
var multi=(options.indexOf("m")>=0);
var alterations=(options.indexOf("a")>=0);
if (alterations) options=options.replace(/a/g,"");
var srcVar=(options.indexOf("s")>=0);
if (srcVar) options=options.replace(/s/g,"");
if (options.indexOf("v")>=0) {
options=options.replace(/v/g,"");
search=env(search);
replace=env(replace);
}
if (options.indexOf("x")>=0) {
options=options.replace(/x/g,"");
replace=replace.replace(/\\\\/g,"\\B");
replace=replace.replace(/\\q/g,"\"");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x80/g,"\\u20AC");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x82/g,"\\u201A");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x83/g,"\\u0192");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x84/g,"\\u201E");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x85/g,"\\u2026");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x86/g,"\\u2020");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x87/g,"\\u2021");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x88/g,"\\u02C6");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x89/g,"\\u2030");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x8[aA]/g,"\\u0160");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x8[bB]/g,"\\u2039");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x8[cC]/g,"\\u0152");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x8[eE]/g,"\\u017D");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x91/g,"\\u2018");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x92/g,"\\u2019");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x93/g,"\\u201C");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x94/g,"\\u201D");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x95/g,"\\u2022");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x96/g,"\\u2013");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x97/g,"\\u2014");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x98/g,"\\u02DC");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x99/g,"\\u2122");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x9[aA]/g,"\\u0161");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x9[bB]/g,"\\u203A");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x9[cC]/g,"\\u0153");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x9[dD]/g,"\\u009D");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x9[eE]/g,"\\u017E");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x9[fF]/g,"\\u0178");
replace=replace.replace(/\\b/g,"\b");
replace=replace.replace(/\\f/g,"\f");
replace=replace.replace(/\\n/g,"\n");
replace=replace.replace(/\\r/g,"\r");
replace=replace.replace(/\\t/g,"\t");
replace=replace.replace(/\\v/g,"\v");
replace=replace.replace(/\\x[0-9a-fA-F]{2}|\\u[0-9a-fA-F]{4}/g,
function($0,$1,$2){
return String.fromCharCode(parseInt("0x"+$0.substring(2)));
}
);
replace=replace.replace(/\\B/g,"\\");
search=search.replace(/\\\\/g,"\\B");
search=search.replace(/\\q/g,"\"");
search=search.replace(/\\x80/g,"\\u20AC");
search=search.replace(/\\x82/g,"\\u201A");
search=search.replace(/\\x83/g,"\\u0192");
search=search.replace(/\\x84/g,"\\u201E");
search=search.replace(/\\x85/g,"\\u2026");
search=search.replace(/\\x86/g,"\\u2020");
search=search.replace(/\\x87/g,"\\u2021");
search=search.replace(/\\x88/g,"\\u02C6");
search=search.replace(/\\x89/g,"\\u2030");
search=search.replace(/\\x8[aA]/g,"\\u0160");
search=search.replace(/\\x8[bB]/g,"\\u2039");
search=search.replace(/\\x8[cC]/g,"\\u0152");
search=search.replace(/\\x8[eE]/g,"\\u017D");
search=search.replace(/\\x91/g,"\\u2018");
search=search.replace(/\\x92/g,"\\u2019");
search=search.replace(/\\x93/g,"\\u201C");
search=search.replace(/\\x94/g,"\\u201D");
search=search.replace(/\\x95/g,"\\u2022");
search=search.replace(/\\x96/g,"\\u2013");
search=search.replace(/\\x97/g,"\\u2014");
search=search.replace(/\\x98/g,"\\u02DC");
search=search.replace(/\\x99/g,"\\u2122");
search=search.replace(/\\x9[aA]/g,"\\u0161");
search=search.replace(/\\x9[bB]/g,"\\u203A");
search=search.replace(/\\x9[cC]/g,"\\u0153");
search=search.replace(/\\x9[dD]/g,"\\u009D");
search=search.replace(/\\x9[eE]/g,"\\u017E");
search=search.replace(/\\x9[fF]/g,"\\u0178");
if (options.indexOf("l")>=0) {
search=search.replace(/\\b/g,"\b");
search=search.replace(/\\f/g,"\f");
search=search.replace(/\\n/g,"\n");
search=search.replace(/\\r/g,"\r");
search=search.replace(/\\t/g,"\t");
search=search.replace(/\\v/g,"\v");
search=search.replace(/\\x[0-9a-fA-F]{2}|\\u[0-9a-fA-F]{4}/g,
function($0,$1,$2){
return String.fromCharCode(parseInt("0x"+$0.substring(2)));
}
);
search=search.replace(/\\B/g,"\\");
} else search=search.replace(/\\B/g,"\\\\");
}
if (options.indexOf("l")>=0) {
options=options.replace(/l/g,"");
search=search.replace(/([.^$*+?()[{\\|])/g,"\\$1");
replace=replace.replace(/\$/g,"$$$$");
}
if (options.indexOf("b")>=0) {
options=options.replace(/b/g,"");
search="^"+search
}
if (options.indexOf("e")>=0) {
options=options.replace(/e/g,"");
search=search+"$"
}
var search=new RegExp(search,options);
var str1, str2;
if (srcVar) {
str1=env(args.Item(3));
str2=str1.replace(search,replace);
if (!alterations || str1!=str2) if (multi) {
WScript.Stdout.Write(str2);
} else {
WScript.Stdout.WriteLine(str2);
}
if (str1!=str2) rtn=0;
} else if (multi){
var buf=1024;
str1="";
while (!WScript.StdIn.AtEndOfStream) {
str1+=WScript.StdIn.Read(buf);
buf*=2
}
str2=str1.replace(search,replace);
WScript.Stdout.Write(str2);
if (str1!=str2) rtn=0;
} else {
while (!WScript.StdIn.AtEndOfStream) {
str1=WScript.StdIn.ReadLine();
str2=str1.replace(search,replace);
if (!alterations || str1!=str2) WScript.Stdout.WriteLine(str2);
if (str1!=str2) rtn=0;
}
}
} catch(e) {
WScript.Stderr.WriteLine("JScript runtime error: "+e.message);
rtn=3;
}
WScript.Quit(rtn);
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