- SEE ALSO
gbs - group argument LIST or STDIN by similarity and print to STDOUT
Takes stdin or a list of arguments. This is the LIST. We group by similarity. Having same list element multiple times is ignored.
Elements are printed in groups separated by two carriage returns. Optionally, we output YAML.
gbs [OPTION]... LIST...
-d debug -h help -v version and exit -s float min similarity for truth, defaults to 0.8 -y output is YAML dump -b bash type output, each group is one line, quoted and space separated -H group hard (thorough, slow) -g group lazy (faster) -G group hard (slow and accurate)
gbs these are words and if they are similar enough they will be matched and grouped
Group filenames by similarity!
ls ./ | gbs find ~/ -name "*txt" | gbs
[root@moonshine String-Similarity-Group]# gbs ../* ../excel2txt-0.04 ../excel2txt-0.04.tar.gz ../file1.pdf ../file2.pdf ../file3.pdf ../DMS-WUI-Plugin-Base ../DMS-WUI-Plugin-Tmpl ../DMS-WUI-Plugin-User ../temp ../tmp ../index.html?parent=747704 ../index.html?parent=747704;node_id=3333
String::Similarity::Group - parent package.
Leo Charre leocharre at cpan dot org
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