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accepted Script to replace all symbolic links to a target to point to another target (in the same directory)
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comment Script to replace all symbolic links to a target to point to another target (in the same directory)
@mikeserv sadly no. Reason is that I want to preserve both (the new-target is actually itself a symlink to the original-target and I want other directories to refer to the symlink as opposed to the original-target itself).
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revised Script to replace all symbolic links to a target to point to another target (in the same directory)
I am using bash
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comment Script to replace all symbolic links to a target to point to another target (in the same directory)
@Scott: my particular case demands the latter
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comment Hide make targets from shell when users autocomplete in bash
@derobert bash, added tag
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comment variable assignment from inside a bash script
that's correct; I've updated the question to make that clear.