Re: All true assertions in a bash find one liner? ...
Not necessarily responding to the appropriate post in this thread, so top
posting to make some general comments:
* Can you do it in two lines (instead of a one liner)? Three lines?
Whatever? If so, if you really want a one liner, develop those multiple lines
and then put them all on one line separated by semicolons.
* But why a one liner? Why not make a script (put multiple lines in one
* In any case, I'd develop in bite size lines one at a time, and then
either join them into one line or in a file. And / or switch to another
language (e.g., Perl, as someone else suggested) Trying to develop a one
liner like that all at once in one line is just making your life harder (and
mine harder just to think about it ;-)
On Thursday, February 27, 2020 09:44:35 AM Albretch Mueller wrote:
> On 2/27/20, email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Hm. I don't get it. The general form above should work. Are you
> > sure the regex isn't matching all files?
> No, it doesn't. Try it and you will see what I mean. I tried to
> explain it all on the initial post
> Once you include the -printf stanza find gets a bit "crazy" if you
> have also an -exec one