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Yeah, you did understand but I should have been more clear because my release tress go way back and don't all begin with 5.  We go clear back to 3; so it could be

3.0
3.1
3.1-*
3.1_*
3.2
3.2-*
....
4.5
4.5-*
4.5_*
...
5.0
5.0-*
5.0_*

There is about 300 directories I'm walking through here.

:b!

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-----Original Message-----
From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Mauricio Vergara Ereche
Sent: Monday, July 10, 2006 7:57 AM
To: For users of Fedora Core releases
Subject: Re: A little regex help please ...

El Lunes, 10 de Julio de 2006 10:49, Brian D. McGrew escribió:
> Morning all,

hi!

> I'm in a shell script (hey, it's dark in here) in the middle of a 'for f
> in *' loop and I walking through a list of directories that looks like:
>
> 5.1
> 5.1.1
> 5.1.1-LINUX
> 5.1.1-FC3
> 5.1.1-RH73
> 5.1.1_debug
> 5.1.1_debug_O1G
> 5.1.2
> 5.1.2-LINUX
> 5.1.2-FC3
> 5.1.2-RH73
> 5.1.2_debug
> 5.1.2_debug_O1G
>
> All of these start with a number.  I'm looking for a simple regex to
> pick off everything up to and including the last numerical value and
> throw away everything after the last numerical value.

you could try
for f in 5.1{,.1,.2}; do
(That will expand to 5.1, 5.1.1 and 5.1.2)

Did I understood well what you want?

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