Identify all amazon cloudformation scripts recursively using ripgrep

rg -l "AWSTemplateFormatVersion: '2010-09-09'" *
This assumes you are in the cwd of where you put your s3 scripts. Its useful if someone decides to create aws cloudformation scripts and doesn't add the 'yaml' or .yml extension.
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By: symgryph
2019-12-09 17:43:10

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