Commands by shanford (2)

  • We had a number of git tags named similarly to: 2016.12.13.devel.feature 2016.12.14.master.release But we have multiple developers making commits and tags for testing purposes. I wanted to reduce the number of tags that displayed on our cloud hosting server when doing a deployment.


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    git ls-remote --tags origin | awk '/^(.*)(\s+)(.*)(YOUR-TAG-SPECIFIC-SEARCH-TERM-HERE)(.*)(-+)(.*)[^{}]$/ {print ":" $2}' | xargs git push origin
    shanford · 2017-03-06 21:59:15 0
  • I was looking for an easy solution where I could list all of the directories that had a specific file, not to replace it, but more of providing a list to a third-party or for my own reference. Show Sample Output


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    find $(pwd) | grep README.txt
    shanford · 2015-01-16 16:58:04 0

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