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Search files with js declarations inside

Terminal - Search files with js declarations inside
grep -r "<script" | grep -v src | awk -F: '{print $1}' | uniq
2014-07-23 06:24:31
User: sucotronic
Functions: awk grep
Search files with js declarations inside

Useful to crawl where the javascript is declared, and extract it a common file. You can redirect it to a file to review item by item.


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OK, that's quite useful, but your awk is a bit unwieldy (long).

Awk has field splitting built-in using -F

... | awk -F: '{print $1}' | ...

Split using a colon character and print the first field.

Alternatively, use cut in the same way:

... | cut -d: -f1 | ...

Or for completeness, sed:

... | sed 's/:.*//' | ...
Comment by flatcap 195 weeks and 3 days ago

Thanks @flatcap . I've modified the command with your suggestion. I usually use "cut" but now I'm trying to learn some "awk"-fu ;)

Comment by sucotronic 195 weeks and 3 days ago

You can still simplify this a little bit with awk-fu ;)

grep -r '<script' | awk -F: '!/src/{print $1}' | ...
Comment by sesom42 195 weeks and 2 days ago

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