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comment zip how to include files with a dollar sign in the name
yes I also tried -r. It works with tar and then gzip.
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comment zip how to include files with a dollar sign in the name
sorry should have been first, updated question.
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accepted my sed expression does not work
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comment my sed expression does not work
@barlop Difference is in the way sed options are parsed. Mac os x requires a bk up extension with the -i option, whereas the linux version is just happy with -i without an extension. If i would do sed -i 's/a/b/ os x complains with an "undefined label" error. As an alternative I could have done sed -i '' 's/a/b/'. Main objective was to get it work on os x an linux.
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comment my sed expression does not work
The -r flag was because it was not working without the -r flag (it should have been removed) Currently I'm not in the position of verifying but maybe I'm also mixing regexp dialects (emacs, perl, grep) and is the grouping wrong (..) instead of `(..)'
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accepted how to remove html comment tags using sed?
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comment how to remove html comment tags using sed?
@BillP3rd, thank you for your patience and your response to Darth Android. I'm more than aware that regex is not for parsing html but as you argued this is a very specific usecase for commenting out script references to local js files, and commenting in references to external js google api's
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accepted How dow I find all log files created between 4 and 7 o'clock this morning?
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comment How dow I find all log files created between 4 and 7 o'clock this morning?
our unix versions uses -t instead of -d, and date version is slightly different: touch -t "201103170740" end. Apart from that this worked beautiful! Oh and today is 18 mar in our timezone. Produced some unexpected results :-)