Well, I think you can find dozens of questions on this platform how to pipe find output to sed, but I haven't found anything for the reverse direction so far. What I want to do is modify my input, and ...
From what I know, parameters you pass to a command, goes to it's STDIN stream. so this: cut -d. -f2 'some.text' should be perfectly identical to this: echo 'some.text' | cut -d. -f2 as we send ...
This seems like it should be easy enough to do, but I'm clearly not understanding something fundamental about piping output back and forth. I'm trying to do something like this: bundle show ...