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misc : inplace
A tool to edit files in-place through given filter commands
The inplace(1) command is a utility to edit files in-place through given filter commands preserving the original file attributes. Mode and ownership (user and group) are preserved by default, and time (access and modification) by choice. Examples: # Sort files in-place using sort(1): inplace sort file1 file2 file3 # Process image files preserving time and taking backup files: inplace -t -b.orig 'convert -rotate 270 -resize 50%% %1 %2' *.jpg Author: Akinori MUSHA
Version number : 1.2.0
Md5 : MD5 (inplace-1.2.0.tar.bz2) = 0fd3d01cfc18d877013c51aa1460f409 SHA256 (inplace-1.2.0.tar.bz2) = 6e50e41e3808a224aa1cb5ff974e4aaa4afb6e1d51e628a3b2ef7c0fd338e7c0 SIZE (inplace-1.2.0.tar.bz2) = 8640
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