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David Moles writes code for money and sometimes for fun. He also writes science fiction for fun and sometimes for money. He currently lives in California.


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comment Equivalent of grep -l for filenames in zipfile
It doesn't, because I'm not unzipping the zipfiles, I'm just listing their contents (unzip -l).
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comment Equivalent of grep -l for filenames in zipfile
Yes, that's pretty much what I said in the question.
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comment Equivalent of grep -l for filenames in zipfile
See comments on Iain's answer -- I'm not looking for matching files, I'm looking for matching filenames.
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revised Equivalent of grep -l for filenames in zipfile
Clarify title for people not reading question
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accepted Windows 7 administrator can't see some files? Or sees different files?
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comment Best way to use mod_rewrite to replace WordPress pages with static files
Thanks! Exactly right, and stupid of me. On a related note, do you know if there's a way I can strip the query string from the redirected URL?
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