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Mention flag "-exec" of "find" #179

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rgaiacs opened this Issue May 28, 2015 · 5 comments

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rgaiacs commented May 28, 2015

What about mention flag -exec of find? I think it useful and one powerful example for convincing students to try the shell.

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iglpdc commented May 29, 2015

+1

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gvwilson commented May 29, 2015

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rgaiacs commented May 29, 2015

But what do we take out to make room for this addition?

"-mindepth" and "-maxdepth". See #180.

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ChristinaLK commented Jun 14, 2015

see UW Madison customized bootcamp curriculum for some ideas:
https://github.com/UW-Madison-ACI/boot-camps/blob/2015-06-03/shell/Readme.md
(near the end)

standage pushed a commit to standage/shell-novice that referenced this issue Jun 24, 2015

Merge pull request swcarpentry#179 from jdblischak/fix-pro-git
Fix link to Pro Git chapter on contributing to a project.
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gvwilson commented Jul 31, 2016

@rgaiacs please PR and I'll review.

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