I'm looking for the best way to handle essentially performing a Unix2Dos on all files with a certain extension
I actually want to rename the extension to
Right now my code manually pushes into each hard coded directory to achieve this but I would think / hope that there's a cleaner way to do this. A code that could recursively dive into every folder below
/testpath/temp/ and "rename" the
.nux file(s) to
.nun and change the Linux line endings to Windows line endings.
BASH VERSION 3.2.57(2)-release
pushd /testpath/temp/xyz if [[ -f PRXYZ.NUX ]] then sed 's/$/\r/' PRXYZ.NUX > PRXYZ.NUN rm PRXYZ.NUX fi popd pushd /testpath/temp/abc if [[ -f PRABC.NUX ]] then sed 's/$/\r/' PRABC.NUX > PRABC.NUN rm PRABC.NUX fi popd pushd /testpath/temp/lmn if [[ -f PRLMN.NUX ]] then sed 's/$/\r/' PRLMN.NUX > PRLMN.NUN rm PRLMN.NUX fi popd