Is there any way in a Linux terminal to refer to a file in a very deep directory structure without specifying the exactly path?
For example, if you know you have a file called
qstr.js somewhere 3-4 directories deep (e.g.
qtools\modules\version001\tests\qstr.js), is there a way to type something like:
and then have it search and find this file so that you can just TAB the full path and file name?
Git has something like this which allows you to refer to working directory files that are deep in a directory.