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    11-22 13:58:27.953 D/RILD ( 1812): LIB_PATH_PROPERTY

    11-22 13:58:27.970 I/RIL ( 1812): Configurating tty device /dev/ttyUSB0

    11-22 13:58:27.970 E/RILC ( 1812): RIL_register: RIL version 6

    11-22 13:58:27.970 I/RIL ( 1812): entering mainLoop()

    I want to ignore "11-22 13:58:27.970" and so on...

  • #2
    Hello,

    You will need to create a grammar for your current File Format, then mark that grammar as Unimportant in the Session Settings. We have a KB article and video here:
    Beyond Compare is a multi-platform utility that combines directory compare and file compare functions in one package. Use it to manage source code, keep directories in sync, compare program output, etc.


    You probably want to use a Basic grammar type, Regular Expression, of:
    \d\d-\d\d \d\d:\d\d:\d\d\.\d+
    Aaron P Scooter Software

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Aaron View Post
      You will need to create a grammar for your current File Format
      Warning: this will affect other comparisons you make of files of the same format.

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      • #4
        This is correct. We will use the Session Setting Defaults to determine the Importance of a grammar as defined in the File Format. These settings can be saved per session if you launch a specific compare and need to check/uncheck specific items in the Text Compare Session Settings.
        Aaron P Scooter Software

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Aaron View Post
          We will use the Session Setting Defaults to determine the Importance of a grammar [item] as defined in the File Format.
          Further warning: Changing those settings can interfere with other file formats, since each Importance checkbox for a given item name is shared across all file formats having an item of the same name.

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          • #6
            This is a deliberate feature. If two file formats have the same named Grammar elements, then the Importance will be set for both.

            If you create a new or edit existing grammar names in the File Formats, you can give them unique names so they are separate entities in the Importance list.
            Aaron P Scooter Software

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Aaron View Post
              This is a deliberate feature.
              No doubt, but one that hinders more than helps the application in question - ignoring words.

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              • #8
                thank you.
                the link is useful, (^_^)

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