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I have done a script to convert recursive .jpg files to another size:

echo $re
mkdir "$re"_tmp
for a in *.jpg ; do convert "$a" -resize $re "$re""_tmp/${a%.*} ["$re"].jpg" ; done

I'd like integrate a multi extension support: png, bmp, etc. better with:

FILEFORMAT="jpg, JPG, png, PNG, bmp, BMP"

any idea to build it?

PS: variable re is the new size 1024x768 (or 800x600, etc)

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    I hope you would consider processing files matching *.jpeg as well. Apparently someone in the distant past thought it should be *.jpg and this misnomer caught on in a big way... but it seems quite wrong: as if the Joint Photographic Experts Group became the Joint Photographic Group, the implication being that they're not experts! – Celada Jul 28 '14 at 0:48
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If I understand right, you want to process files with other extension, instead of only jpg. So you can try:

for a in *.{jpg,JPG,png,PNG,bmp,BMP}; do
  printf '%s\n' "$a"
  # do your stuff here
done

{...} is bash feature called brace expansion.

  • thanks for help. I've added your suggestion but the script process only jpg files... strange... – Pol Hallen Jul 26 '14 at 17:38
  • Are you sure all your file is in the same folder? What is your bash version? – cuonglm Jul 26 '14 at 17:41
  • Hi, version of bash is 4.3-7 (debian testing) and yes, the files are on same folder. I know that the script rename all files to jpg but this is not a problem. Thanks – Pol Hallen Jul 26 '14 at 17:44
  • @PolHallen: With your bash version, brace expansion will work. So does it work now? – cuonglm Jul 26 '14 at 17:47
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    @Gnouc - are you certain this is not just an interactive shell thing? Also, even if not, it will very likely not work if the #! is for sh. It would be much simpler to do: set -- *.[jJ][pP][gG] *.[bB][mM][pP] *.[pP][nN][gG]; for pic do...;done which would keep the file list in "$@" for multiple process loops as necessary. – mikeserv Jul 26 '14 at 17:58

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