I'm trying to do a vimgrep on a file in order to get only two attributs with their values out of the xml file.
so far i can get the complete lines and i'd like with the help of groups to have a better display.
:vimgrep key= % | copen
^ I'd like to add to this command the grouping possibility with "\( \)" ....but without success for the moment.
i'd appreciate your help in order to have a result as explained in the "result expected"
Ahh, it seems echo was stripping the backslashes... This works better.
Output is now:
name="Menu_Controls" key="Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\AllowedControls"
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