Publicspace.net has released a new beta version of AquaGrep. This tool puts an Aqua interface on the Unix command line tool grep, a popular searching tool in the Unix world. From publicspace.net:
publicspace.net is pleased to announce version 1.0 beta 1 of its new "AquaGrep" product.
AquaGrep is a Mac OS X front-end to the Unix grep text search utility.
Grepis powerful and versatile text search features, its speed and its straight-forward working principle have made it one of the most heavily used Unix command line tools.
While Mac OS X comes with a full-featured grep implementation in its Darwin kernel, command line tools are notoriously difficult to use and do not offer the kind of user experience that Macintosh users have come to expect over the last 15 years.
You can find more information on AquaGrep at publicspace.netis Web site. The utility is priced at US$9.95 as shareware.