Cool, Edi Weitz's Regex Coach program (that I mentioned here before) made it into NTK.
THE REGEX COACH is a utility for Windows and Linux for testing out and walking through Perl-style regular expressions. You can interactively try out regexs on test data, find out which bits of the expression match what, view a graphical version parse tree, and get a confusing rendition of what the expression does in convoluted english. It's a minor miracle for anyone learning regular expressions, and will be a frequent timesaver even for those who have slashes on each side of their brain. And, of course, it's written in Common Lisp. What *is* it with everyone taunting the Perl guys these days?