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There are a plethora of SO questions a decade old describing cross platform desktop Regex tools. It seems the most popular options were:

  • Kodos (no commits in the past decade, runs off deprecated Qt3)

  • Regexr (desktop version ran on Adobe Air, no longer available)

  • RegExBuddy ($40, maybe it's the only option)

  • With Perl 5.10 use re 'debug';. debugcolor (no clue what this even means)

Are there any modern simple regular expression tools that are cross platform (especially Linux) and will run offline on my desktop?

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Have you looked at kiki (https://sources.debian.org/src/kiki/0.5.6-8.1/). It's written in Python and uses wxPython, so likely could be run on numerous platforms. It's in Debian repositories, and possibly other Linux versions.

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