How can I zip up the contents (excluding hidden files and folders) of the folder I am currently in? zip -r extension.xpi . -x "*/.*" This is what I have so far, but I am still getting hidden files. ...
Is there a way to zip all files in a given directory with the zip command? I've heard of using *.*, but I want it to work for extensionless files, too.
I have a directory that has 800 files like this: file1.png firstname.lastname@example.org file2.png email@example.com file3.png firstname.lastname@example.org ... etc I need to create zip files like this file1.zip (containing ...
Note here, .zip and .jar is just an example, my file extensions are different. Suppose I have a directory which can contain number of zip files a.zip b.zip c.zip AND/OR z.jar x.jar y.jar along ...
I have Zip files, that might look like this: $ zipinfo -1 zip.zip doc.doc dotx.dotx xls.xls ppt.ppt txt.txt c.c subdir/subdir2/doc.doc subdir/xls.xls subdir/ppt.ppt subdir/c.c subdir/txt.txt ...