2011/3/7 Mikkel <email@example.com>:
> On 03/07/2011 04:08 PM, Sergio Belkin wrote:
>> I am writing a script that it searchs for a file. I'd want to exit
>> with status non-zero if the file is not found. But find cannot do
>> find command only exit with status non-zero one file is not processed
>> locate command con do that, but it cannot find a file from a given directory.
>> How can I do it?
>> Thanks in advance!
> You may want to look at the test command. (man test) It is often
> used in conjunction with the if command. You can also look at Bash's
> built in [ command.
Of course, I know about test command
But test command is useful if you know the complete file path.
I've found an easier way in short something like:
cd $i && ls -R | egrep -q "^configure.ac$|configure.in" && ls -R |
egrep -q "^Makefile.am$|Makefile.in"
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