Le 30/10/2013 08:52, Jaap Karssenberg a écrit :
bash -c 'for i in %d/*.JPG; do echo "{{./$i?width=700}}" >> %s; done

Could you put, some lines of what output you expect?

%d and %s and, even %letter, is not a bash feature…

What does this %% means to you?

A small script (read: save the commands into a text file) will do the trick easily, hopefully. :-)

Of course you can use any other programming language to accomplish the job, are you under GNU/linux or windows?

As a teaser, here's the command which list all the jpg of the current dir:

for f in `ls | grep -i JPG`; do echo "{{./$f?width=700}}"; done

it ouputs:


Note that:

ls | grep -i JPG

is a sub command which actually lists the jpg file with case insensitive, under GNU/Linux it's matter.


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