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anonymous /gitfind.sh secret
Created Sep 19, 2011

Search all branches in a git repository for a filename with a specific regex
#!/bin/bash
# original credit to http://stackoverflow.com/questions/372506/how-can-i-search-git-branches-for-a-file-or-directory/372654#372654
# usage: "gitfind.sh <regex>"
LOC=refs/remotes/origin
#LOC=refs/heads # to search local branches only
for branch in `git for-each-ref --format="%(refname)" $LOC`; do
found=$(git ls-tree -r --name-only $branch | grep "$1")
if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then
echo ${branch#$LOC/}:; echo " $found"
fi
done
@redheli
redheli commented Oct 2, 2013

it works. Thanks man!

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