I have a list of files on a server, let's say matching the pattern
I want to download, then decompress all these files (they're just zipped text, with one file in each .zip), concatenate them into a single stream, then pipe it into a different program. I know to download them, it's best to use curl, and to unzip, I can use funzip, but funzip only takes a single .zip as a parameter.
Is bash capable of doing this painlessly (if so, how?), or should I just give up and do this in python?