Finds all empty JPEGs at current directory:
find . -maxdepth 1 -name "*.jpg" -size 0
Finds and deletes all empty JPEGs at current directory:
find . -maxdepth 1 -name "*.jpg" -size 0 -delete
Finds and deletes all empty JPEGs in all sub-directories.
find . -maxdepth 2 -name "*.jpg" -size 0 -delete
Sources: 1, 2
Batch renaming files on the command line, in this case screenshot to more descriptive names:
brew install rename
rename -n -e 's/Screen Shot/w2_OpenSCAD/' -z *.jpg
Replace, remove the
rename -e 's/Screen Shot/w2_OpenSCAD/' -z *.jpg
-z does sanitize the file name, replacing empty spaces with _.
When you’are working with Subversion, the situation might be familiar: You have checked-out some directories and want to check them in at another repository. Subversion is not happy to do that, it complains with a friendly reminder, that ‘your directory’ is already under version control
The proper way to do it, would probably be to export a clean directory tree
, but sometimes this option is not available.
Here’s a simple shell script to recursively remove all the hidden ‘.svn’ directories:
rm -rf `find . -type d -name .svn`
Wether it is better to use backticks or xargs is being discussed elsewhere