The goal is to unzip many zip files and rename the resulting file to the original archive name.
Given a folder with many zip files, most of them containing a file called
bla.txt, but of course there are some exceptions. All is known is that every file has a single file, which is a txt file.
./zips/ a.zip - contains bla.txt b.zip - contains bla.txt c.zip - contains somethingelse.txt d.zip - contains bla.txt ... - ...
output should be
./zips/ a.txt b.txt c.txt d.txt ...
Current best shot, which extracts everything but leaves me with a ton of folders:
for z in *.zip; do unzip $z -d $(echo 'dir_'$z); done
maybe something like
for z in *.zip; do unzip $z; mv 'content_name.txt' $z; done
But how is the content name obtained?