aki-resort 0.1.16

sort lines of text. You can use regex to specify the KEY.
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aki-resort

aki-resort sort lines of text.

Features

aki-resort sort lines of text. You can use regex to specify the KEY.

  • command help
aki-resort --help
Usage:
  aki-resort [options]

sort lines of text.

Ordering options:
  -r, --reverse                 reverse the result of comparisons
      --according-to <word>     sort according to <word>
  -h, --head <num>              unsort the first <num> lines.
  -t, --tail <num>              unsort the last <num> lines.

Other options:
      --color <when>            use markers to highlight the matching strings
  -e, --exp <exp>               regular expression. sort by the entires match
  -u, --unique                  output only the first line of an equal
      --max-buffer <size>       max buffer size

  -H, --help        display this help and exit
  -V, --version     display version information and exit

Option Parameters:
  <word>    'string', 'numeric', 'month', 'version'
  <when>    'always', 'never', or 'auto'
  <exp>     regular expression, sort by the entires match.
  <size>    if a reading size is more than <size>, then it is not output,
            quit and display error message.

Examples:
  This sort via utf-8 code:
    cat file1.txt | aki-resort
  This sort via 1st chunk of numeric character according to numeric:
    cat file1.txt | aki-resort -e "[0-9]+" --according-to numeric
  • minimum support rustc 1.38.0

Quick install

  1. you can install this into cargo bin path:
cargo install aki-resort
  1. you can build debian package:
cargo deb

and install .deb into your local repository of debian package.

Examples

The input data used in this example looks like this:

cat fixtures/fruit.txt

result output:

Apple:33:3.3:good:Mar
Orange:222:1.1.2:good:Jan
Cherry:4:4:good:Oct
Kiwi:1111:1.1.11:good:Jun

Example 1: simple sort

This sort via utf-8 code.

command line:

cat fixtures/fruit.txt | aki-resort

result output:

Apple:33:3.3:good:Mar
Cherry:4:4:good:Oct
Kiwi:1111:1.1.11:good:Jun
Orange:222:1.1.2:good:Jan

Example 2: numeric sort

This sort via 1st chunk of numeric character according to numeric.

command line:

cat fixtures/fruit.txt | aki-resort -e "[0-9]+" --according-to numeric

result output:

Cherry:4:4:good:Oct
Apple:33:3.3:good:Mar
Orange:222:1.1.2:good:Jan
Kiwi:1111:1.1.11:good:Jun

Example 3: version sort

This sort via 1st capture of version character according to version.

command line:

cat fixtures/fruit.txt | aki-resort -e "^[^:]+:[^:]+:([^:]+)" --according-to version

result output:

Orange:222:1.1.2:good:Jan
Kiwi:1111:1.1.11:good:Jun
Apple:33:3.3:good:Mar
Cherry:4:4:good:Oct

Example 4: month sort

This sort via 1st capture of month character according to month.

command line:

cat fixtures/fruit.txt | aki-resort -e ":([^:]+)$" --according-to month

result output:

Orange:222:1.1.2:good:Jan
Apple:33:3.3:good:Mar
Kiwi:1111:1.1.11:good:Jun
Cherry:4:4:good:Oct

Example 5: numeric sort with the header

This sort via 1st chunk of numeric character according to numeric. And the 1st line is the fixed header.

command line:

cat fixtures/fruit_header.txt | aki-resort -e "[0-9]+" --according-to numeric -h 1

result output:

name:number:version:nice:month
Cherry:4:4:good:Oct
Apple:33:3.3:good:Mar
Orange:222:1.1.2:good:Jan
Kiwi:1111:1.1.11:good:Jun

Library example

See fn execute() for this library examples.

Changelogs

This crate's changelog here.