Install every (not already installed) component of the Google Cloud SDK

gcloud components list | grep "^| Not" | sed "s/|\(.*\)|\(.*\)|\(.*\)|/\2/" | xargs echo gcloud components update
Google Cloud SDK comes with a package manager `gcloud components` but it needs a bit of `sed` to work. Modify the "^| Not" bit to change the package selection. (The gcloud --format option is currently broken)
Sample Output
gcloud components update pkg-go pkg-java pkg-python app gae-python-launcher-mac gae-go gae-java gae-python

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By: wires
2014-10-13 20:52:25

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