[Dirvish] expire question

Terry terry at firstkmh.co.uk
Tue Jul 29 12:06:12 UTC 2014


On 29/07/2014 13:00, dirvish-request at dirvish.org wrote:
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> From: Isaac W Traxler <traxler at lsu.edu>
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> Does anyone have a tool that will take the current rules and update the
> summary files to apply new expriation rules?
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I used this yesterday which seemed to work as expected  after googling

grep -rl \+4 */summary | xargs sed -i -e 's/\+4/+30/'

Terry


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