Operating Systems HP-UX How do I take out(remove) the date part in the file name? Post 97269 by mahendramahendr on Friday 27th of January 2006 02:09:05 PM
ls -lrt abc*dtd | tail -1 | nawk '{ split($NF,a,"."); print $NF" "a[1]"."a[3] }' | xargs mv

ls -lrt abd*dtd | tail -1 | nawk '{ split($NF,a,"."); print $NF" "a[1]"."a[3] }' | xargs mv
 
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po2moz(1)						      Translate Toolkit 1.9.0							 po2moz(1)

NAME
po2moz - convert Gettext PO localization files to Mozilla .dtd and .properties files SYNOPSIS
po2moz [--version] [-h|--help] [--manpage] [--progress PROGRESS] [--errorlevel ERRORLEVEL] [-i|--input] INPUT [-x|--exclude EXCLUDE] [-o|--output] OUTPUT [-t|--template TEMPLATE] [-l|--locale LOCALE] [--clonexpi] [--fuzzy] [--nofuzzy] DESCRIPTION
see: http://translate.sourceforge.net/wiki/toolkit/po2moz for examples and usage instructions OPTIONS
--version show program's version number and exit -h/--help show this help message and exit --manpage output a manpage based on the help --progress show progress as: dots, none, bar, names, verbose --errorlevel show errorlevel as: none, message, exception, traceback -i/--input read from INPUT in dtd.po, dtd.pot, *, inc.po, inc.pot, manifest, it.po, it.pot, js, rdf, properties.po, properties.pot, ini.po, ini.pot formats -x/--exclude exclude names matching EXCLUDE from input paths -o/--output write to OUTPUT in dtd, rdf, *, inc, manifest, it, js, properties, ini formats -t/--template read from TEMPLATE in dtd, rdf, *, inc, manifest, it, js, properties, ini formats -l/--locale set output locale (required as this sets the directory names) --clonexpi clone xpi structure from the given xpi file --fuzzy use translations marked fuzzy --nofuzzy don't use translations marked fuzzy (default) Translate Toolkit 1.9.0 po2moz(1)

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