|Nathan McRae eac16ace7c Add explanation of common prefix date match||1 year ago|
|calfind.psd1||1 year ago|
|calfind.psm1||1 year ago|
|readme.md||1 year ago|
I tend to name most of my files with a datestamp. I want a commandline tool that lists files by date in the filename. Something like:
> calfind 2021-03-25 ~/notes_2021-03-25.txt ~/data/test-data_20210325TXXXXXX.dat 2021-03-24 ~/notes_2021-03-24.txt ~/data-from-david_2021-03-25.xls 2021-03-23 ~/notes_2021-03-23.txt ~/app/crash_20210325T071158.log
Then will allow me to select the file(s) I want and maybe pipe to other programs.
Notice how multiple files with the same name format, but different timestamps from the same date are merged together (only when there are >3 instances). Maybe prefix with "()"?
Note I only worry about ISO 8601 style datestamps.
The dates themselves and any common parent directories are listed as well. If those are selected, then all items under them are