I tried to run the following command
sfk list -fileset fileset.sfk +run "echo ((($file)))" -yes
and all it does is list the files as if I had not specified the +run option
I then tried
sfk sel-fileset fileset.sfk +run "echo ((($file)))" -yes
error: sel requires dir- or filename parameters.
Can somebody tell me what I am doing wrong?
Here is the content of fileset
The -fileset option is currently very primitive.
- it does not support command chaining at all
- it must be specified as the last option of a command,
and nothing is allowed to follow after -fileset.
So all you can do is a workaround like
1. create a file with all filenames of interest by
sfk list -tofile mylist.txt -fileset myfileset.txt
2. then use that file in a second command like
sfk filter mylist.txt +run ...
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