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Introduction: what is pss?

You can think of pss as an enhanced grep designed to search inside source code files. pss is very similar to the Perl ack tool (see https://bitbucket.org/eliben/pss/wiki/PssAndAck).

Pre-requisites

pss needs only Python to run. It works with with Python versions 2.6, 2.7 and 3.2 on Linux and Windows (though I don't see a reason it shouldn't work on other platforms as well).

Installing

When you unzip the source distribution, run:

> python setup.py install

Alternatively, pss can be installed from PyPi (Python package index):

> pip install pss

How to use it?

pss is meant to be executed from the command line. Running it with no arguments or with -h will print a detailed usage message.

For some detailed usage examples, check out the Usage wiki page - https://bitbucket.org/eliben/pss/wiki/Usage.

License

pss is open-source software. Its code is in the public domain. See the LICENSE file for more details.