Manage collections with common numerical component
Manage collections with common numerical component.
>>> import os >>> import clique >>> collections, remainder = clique.assemble(os.listdir('.')) >>> for collection in collections: ... print collection file.%04d.jpg [1-5, 8, 10-15] file.%04d.dpx [1-15]
Full documentation can be found at http://clique.readthedocs.org
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Copyright (c) 2013 Martin Pengelly-Phillips
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