On 04/11/2013 03:21 AM, Steve Edmonds wrote:
On 2013-04-11 18:17, Alex Thurgood wrote:
Le 11/04/2013 02:47, Joel Madero a écrit :
A quick trawl reveals several possibilities :
First example implements easily.
Converts all files with extension .csv
Not sure if the OP wants to append 2012_01_02.csv or just 2012_01_02
Assuming the latter, the following worked for me in a bash file. Copy
the files to a new directory for conversion as the files will be
altered, new files are not created. These strip the .csv.
for file in *.csv; do
sed -i "s/$/,$file1/" "$file"
For tab separated files
for file in *.csv; do
sed -i "s/$/\t$file1/" "$file"
Testing this out today Steve, thanks!
Also thanks Alex, always helpful :)
Might start a new thread about this one but, have a bit of a trickier
one now. In the file there are lines that have UNCONFIRMED on a specific
line (this is again, a pull list from FDO). What I would like to do is
merge all the files but only keep the rows that have "UNCONFIRMED" (or
anything else, that's just one stat that we're really interested in).
So, the list is much too long to merge everything (3 months worth at
this point), but I think if I could just get the UNCONFIRMED lines and
merge into a new file completely (unconfirmed bugs January - March.csv),
I could use the data to do some quick number crunching. The idea is we
want to make sure that the QA team is moving forward always, it's good
to set goals but we need to be able to track the goals and what not.
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