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I try to filter the outoutput of M-x grep with grep --color=always -nH -e "text_to_find" ~/path/to/files/*.org | grep -v "text_to_ignore" but it doesn't seem to be working. The 'to be ignored' part is still not filtered away.

Is it true that grep in Emacs do not support piping? If so, how do we filter grep results?

I try to filter the out M-x grep with grep --color=always -nH -e "text_to_find" ~/path/to/files/*.org | grep -v "text_to_ignore" but it doesn't seem to be working. The 'to be ignored' part is still not filtered away.

Is it true that grep in Emacs do not support piping? If so, how do we filter grep results?

I try to filter the output of M-x grep with grep --color=always -nH -e "text_to_find" ~/path/to/files/*.org | grep -v "text_to_ignore" but it doesn't seem to be working. The 'to be ignored' part is still not filtered away.

Is it true that grep in Emacs do not support piping? If so, how do we filter grep results?

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Grep pipe support and how to filter grep results

I try to filter the out M-x grep with grep --color=always -nH -e "text_to_find" ~/path/to/files/*.org | grep -v "text_to_ignore" but it doesn't seem to be working. The 'to be ignored' part is still not filtered away.

Is it true that grep in Emacs do not support piping? If so, how do we filter grep results?