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Source code changes of the file "global/const.h" between
global-6.6.4.tar.gz and global-6.6.5.tar.gz

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const.h  (global-6.6.4):const.h  (global-6.6.5)
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-a, --absolute\n\ -a, --absolute\n\
Print absolute path names. By default, print relative path names.\n\ Print absolute path names. By default, print relative path names.\n\
--color when\n\ --color when\n\
Use color to highlight the pattern within the line; when may be one of:\n \ Use color to highlight the pattern within the line; when may be one of:\n \
never, always or auto (default).\n\ never, always or auto (default).\n\
The default color is bold red text on current background; the environment \n\ The default color is bold red text on current background; the environment \n\
variable GREP_COLORS (only mt and ms are effective at present)\n\ variable GREP_COLORS (only mt and ms are effective at present)\n\
or GREP_COLOR defines it.\n\ or GREP_COLOR defines it.\n\
This option is effective to the following commands:\n\ This option is effective to the following commands:\n\
<no command>, -f, -g, -I, -P.\n\ <no command>, -f, -g, -I, -P.\n\
-C, --directory dir\n\
Change the directory before doing all the work including parameter analys
is.\n\
-d, --definition\n\ -d, --definition\n\
Print locations of definitions.\n\ Print locations of definitions.\n\
-e, --regexp pattern\n\ -e, --regexp pattern\n\
Use pattern as the pattern; useful to protect patterns starting with -.\n \ Use pattern as the pattern; useful to protect patterns starting with -.\n \
-E, --extended-regexp\n\ -E, --extended-regexp\n\
Interpret pattern as a extended regular expression.\n\ Interpret pattern as a extended regular expression.\n\
This is the default.\n\ This is the default.\n\
--encode-path chars\n\ --encode-path chars\n\
Convert path characters in chars into a % symbol, followed by the\n\ Convert path characters in chars into a % symbol, followed by the\n\
two-digit hexadecimal representation of the character.\n\ two-digit hexadecimal representation of the character.\n\
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