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Have a BSc in Computer Science and an MSc in Logic, both from the University of Amsterdam. Currently working at SDL Fredhopper, Amsterdam.


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comment less command with multiple files: How to navigate to next/previous
@PiotrDobrogost: Good question. I had to fiddle a bit with it myself. Turns out the number precedes both the colon and the n or p. E.g., 3:n moves one to the third-next file.
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comment Linux: Copy all files matching pattern from dir and subdirs into a single dir
+1. However, this assumes that the directories corresponding to the relative source paths exist under dst. In case that's not so, use cp --parents. Also, be sure to quote the filenames. Thus: ... | xargs -i cp --parents "{}" dst (note that the last argument to cp is now "just" the destination directory). The command can be made even shorter (and probably faster) using the -t flag: ... | xargs cp --parents -t dst.
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