Ok, this is probably laughable for someone who knows sed, but I can't
hack the syntax (no pun intended)
here's my problem (the current one ;-)
I have a bunch of folders containing applications, in the form of:
I want to get a list of all of them, so I 'ls' each directory which has
these applications, and get a list of them.
So far so good. But what I end up with is a list WITH the ".app" at the
end of each, and what I want is a list WITHOUT the ".app".
I figured a microsecond in 'sed' would do it, but I haven't been able to
figure out the way to tell sed what I want to do
any suggestions appreciated
NeXT 3.2 m68k Just another convert to the Z-Shell
"If I understood the man page, I wouldn't have asked the question."