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Currently I live in Prague, CZ, use Arch Linux on my Toshiba L10 (Centrino "Dothan" 1.6 Mhz) laptop and code (am beginning, actually) Scala 2.8 with NetBeans 6.9. I like Scala very much (finally, the language I really like) and wouldn't mind to get a jr. Scala developer position.


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comment How to prepend a particular text file contents to every text file in a directory and its subdirectories?
And this is exactly what I have no idea how to do, @Ramesh. I think what I actually need is a fancy find-based spell that would run through subdirectories, include *.txt files and exclude *.DontTouch.txt files.
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comment How to prepend a particular text file contents to every text file in a directory and its subdirectories?
I doubt the second solution of yours looks into subdirectories.
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comment How to prepend a particular text file contents to every text file in a directory and its subdirectories?
I don't have anything to replace, @Ramesh. What I need is to replace every file with something like cat theCommonComment.txt theTargetFile.txt
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comment How to prepend a particular text file contents to every text file in a directory and its subdirectories?
The answer you have linked to is about replacing, not adding. My files are not in PHP and don't have any reliable uniform token at their beginnings.
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