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reviewed Edit suggested edit on How do I rename files with spaces using the Linux shell?
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revised How do I rename files with spaces using the Linux shell?
Extended explanation and typo
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comment How do I rename files with spaces using the Linux shell?
@billynoah Good catch, updated.
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revised How do I rename files with spaces using the Linux shell?
Update for multiple spaces
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comment Exposé in 10.7: When exposing “Application Windows”, how do you show only the windows in the current space?
This is an obscure way of getting to the feature under discussion: App-Expose. The problem is that windows from the same application but in different spaces are all displayed, instead of only windows from the current space.
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revised Permanently set `find` regextype
Update script after extended testing, see accompanying comment (and note that I'm the questioner this answer's in response to)
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comment Permanently set `find` regextype
This has been working well, with one minor tweak. I bracketed the command call with set -f and set +f to control globbing. Since globbing will have happened before the find () function is invoked, disabling it prevents having to double escape special characters that should not be expanded.
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answered Permanently set `find` regextype