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Re: [NOVICE] How to FIND eller GREP - jeg takker :-)



Tak for alle forslagene! Jeg er kørende igen :-) Fedt!!

--michel


----- Original Message -----
From: sslug@sslug 
To: sslug@sslug
Subject: [NOVICE] How to FIND eller GREP
Date: Thu, 29 Dec 2005 18:07:01 +0000 (UTC)

> 
> Hej
> 
> Det er muligvis ikke Linux-nørdet nok at sige "føj, hvor kan man dog bruge 
> lang tid på (måske) at kunne finde ud af hvordan FIND kan gøre tilværelsen 
> lettere ved at rtfm", men trods ihærdige forsøg på at fatte FIND-manualen (og 
> GREP) er det endnu ikke lykkedes mig at søge rekursivt efter en fil med en 
> given tekststreng.
> 
> Mit ønske: Lav en liste over de filer (inkl. placering) af typen php, som 
> indeholder teksten 'abc'. Medtag alle underkataloger.
> 
> 1) find . -name "*.php" -exec fgrep -iH puts {} \;
> Resultat: Intet fornuftigt; Jeg har fundet denne stump, som jeg har prøvet at 
> bygge videre på, men fatter ikke hvad der sker i den sidste del (puts {} \;)
> 
> 2) grep -iHr "abc" *.php
> Resultat: En liste :-), MEN med unødvendig visning af linien, hvor resultatet 
> fandtes OG UDEN underkataloger. (-r burde lave det rekursivt ifølge manualen)
> 
> Det er et fedt om jeg skal bruge kun FIND eller GREP eller om de skal 
> kombineres, sålænge jeg kan finde en måde at finde de filer der har det 
> ønskede indhold :-)
> 
> Er der nogen, der kan hjælpe med dette?
> 
> Venligst
> Michel
> 
> 
> 
> sslug-novice: Listen for begynder-relaterede spørgsmål



 
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