I'm on Linux, using Bash.
I need to remove all files without a certain suffix, for example "dist". I know there are some tricks to do it, rather than removing all the unwanted files one by one.
Use the following to list all the files that would be removed (just to be sure):
Run the command with additional
If you have extended globbing enabled, you can try:
Note: if you have directories without the .dist extension, this will will try and delete them too, but will fail.
To turn on extended globbing use: