At 10:49 AM -0700 6/18/10, Andre LaBranche wrote:
>Yes :) As I mentioned, the grep returns the list of files. You must then look inside one of those files to find the full GUID. The grep output includes the path to the matching file, a colon, and then the line containing the match. Open the file at the displayed path to see the full contents.
That's what I get for trying to do this on a late Friday afternoon...
However, is there any reason I just couldn't delete the .ics files generated by the "grep" command...
Or would that break something else?
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