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Find files missing in a folder. This tool is intended to be used with pipx as a normal command line tool.
Installation with PIPX
pip install pipx pipx install find-missing
Usage with pipx
$ find-missing "foo, bar, spam.jpg"
foolitzer.jpg will be a match without the
Exact match only
$ find-missing "foo, bar" --exact/-e
Looks for exact match, otherwise looks for partial match, so in the above example a file
foo.jpg will be a match, and a file
foolitzer.jpg will not.
find-missing "foo, bar" --dirs/-d
Will also check against subdirectories of the current directory.
$ find-missing "foo, bar" --verbose/-v Verbose mode: True. Exact mode: False. Include directories: False Looking for files: read Directory content: ... .gitignore README.md poetry.lock pyproject.toml setup.py Found 0 missing files: All here!
Verbose mode (silent by default)
The tool will do it's best to find file names separated by anything. So a comma, a space, a semicolon will all work. The dot, underscore and dash will not as they can all be parts of file names.
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