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java, javascript, git, mac, perl, sed and some more


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accepted Junk a part of the directory with unzip?
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comment Junk a part of the directory with unzip?
Thank you! This is awesome and awful at the same time. It's a good lesson in piping, perl, sed and bash scripting in general. But I'm not convinced it's 'nicer' than moving and removing. It would have been nice if the -j flag accepted a string for junking a partial directory tree.
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revised Junk a part of the directory with unzip?
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comment Junk a part of the directory with unzip?
Well actually there are a lot more subdirectories under D. So I want only to junk the directories up to D. will update question.
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asked Junk a part of the directory with unzip?
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asked How to get functions propagated to subshell?
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accepted How can i view the contents of a tar.gz file (filenames + filesize)
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comment How can i view the contents of a tar.gz file (filenames + filesize)
Thanks for your answer but.. gzcat either displays the contents of all files in the archive, or when given gzat -l it displays only the tar archive in the compressed .gz archive. What I want is really in between: a list of all the files inside the tar archive. Never thought this would be that mind bending.
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comment How can i view the contents of a tar.gz file (filenames + filesize)
It either gives blocksize or checksum error.
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comment How can i view the contents of a tar.gz file (filenames + filesize)
that gives tar: tape blocksize error unfortunately
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