fselect

namefselect
created_at2018-01-26 12:56:05.230081
updated_at2023-12-30 13:19:39.313022
downloads19780
descriptionFind files with SQL-like queries
homepagehttps://github.com/jhspetersson/fselect
repositoryhttps://github.com/jhspetersson/fselect
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https://github.com/jhspetersson/fselect/blob/master/docs/usage.md

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# fselect Find files with SQL-like queries [![Crates.io](https://img.shields.io/crates/v/fselect.svg)](https://crates.io/crates/fselect) [![build](https://github.com/jhspetersson/fselect/actions/workflows/rust.yml/badge.svg)](https://github.com/jhspetersson/fselect/actions/workflows/rust.yml) ### Why use fselect? While it doesn't tend to fully replace traditional `find` and `ls`, **fselect** has these nice features: * SQL-like (not real SQL, but highly relaxed!) grammar easily understandable by humans * complex queries * aggregate, statistics, date, and other functions * search within archives * `.gitignore`, `.hgignore`, and `.dockerignore` support (experimental) * search by width and height of images, EXIF metadata * search by MP3 info * search by extended file attributes * search by file hashes * search by MIME type * shortcuts to common file types * interactive mode * various output formatting (CSV, JSON, and others) More is under way! ### Installation #### Latest release from source * Install [Rust with Cargo](https://www.rust-lang.org/en-US/install.html) and its dependencies to build a binary * Run `cargo install fselect` #### Arch Linux [AUR package](https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/fselect/), thanks to [@asm0dey](https://github.com/asm0dey) #### NixOS [`fselect` in `nixpkgs`](https://github.com/filalex77/nixpkgs/blob/1eced92263395896c10cea69e5f60e8be5f43aeb/pkgs/tools/misc/fselect/default.nix), thanks to [@filalex77](https://github.com/filalex77) #### Other Linux [Static build with musl](https://github.com/jhspetersson/fselect/releases/download/0.8.5/fselect-x86_64-linux-musl.gz). #### Windows 64bit A statically precompiled [binary](https://github.com/jhspetersson/fselect/releases/download/0.8.5/fselect-x86_64-win.zip) is available at Github downloads. #### Windows via winget * Install [winget](https://github.com/microsoft/winget-cli) * Run `winget install -e --id fselect.fselect` #### Windows via Chocolatey * Install [Chocolatey](https://chocolatey.org/install) * Run `choco install fselect` #### Windows via Scoop * Install [Scoop](https://scoop.sh) * Run `scoop install fselect` #### Mac via Homebrew * Install [brew](https://brew.sh) * Run `brew install fselect` #### Mac via MacPorts * Install [MacPorts](https://www.macports.org) * Run: ``` sudo port selfupdate sudo port install fselect ``` ### Usage fselect [ARGS] COLUMN[, COLUMN...] [from ROOT[, ROOT...]] [where EXPR] [group by COLUMNS] [order by COLUMNS] [limit N] [into FORMAT] ### Interactive mode fselect -i ### Documentation [More detailed description. Look at examples first.](docs/usage.md) ### Examples Find temporary or config files (full path and size): fselect size, path from /home/user where name = '*.cfg' or name = '*.tmp' Windows users may omit the quotes: fselect size, path from C:\Users\user where name = *.cfg or name = *.tmp Or put all the arguments into the quotes like this: fselect "name from /home/user/tmp where size > 0" Find files (just names) with any content (size > 0): fselect name from /home/user/tmp where size gt 0 Specify file size, get absolute path, and add it to the results: cd /home/user fselect size, abspath from ./tmp where size gt 2g fselect fsize, abspath from ./tmp where size = 5m fselect hsize, abspath from ./tmp where size lt 8k fselect name, size from ./tmp where size between 5mb and 6mb More complex query: fselect "name from /tmp where (name = *.tmp and size = 0) or (name = *.cfg and size > 1000000)" Aggregate functions (you can use curly braces if you want, and even combine them with the regular parentheses): fselect "MIN(size), MAX{size}, AVG(size), SUM{size}, COUNT(*) from /home/user/Downloads" Formatting functions: fselect "LOWER(name), UPPER(name), LENGTH(name), YEAR(modified) from /home/user/Downloads" Get the year of an oldest file: fselect "MIN(YEAR(modified)) from /home/user" Use single quotes if you need to address files with spaces: fselect "path from '/home/user/Misc stuff' where name != 'Some file'" Regular expressions of [Rust flavor](https://docs.rs/regex/1.1.0/regex/#syntax) are supported: fselect name from /home/user where path =~ '.*Rust.*' Negate regular expressions: fselect "name from . where path !=~ '^\./config'" Simple globs expand automatically and work with `=` and `!=` operators: fselect name from /home/user where path = '*Rust*' Classic LIKE: fselect "path from /home/user where name like '%report-2018-__-__???'" Exact match operators to search with regexps disabled: fselect "path from /home/user where name === 'some_*_weird_*_name'" Find files by date: fselect path from /home/user where created = 2017-05-01 fselect path from /home/user where modified = today fselect path from /home/user where accessed = yesterday fselect "path from /home/user where modified = 'apr 1'" fselect "path from /home/user where modified = 'last fri'" Be more specific to match all files created at interval between 3PM and 4PM: fselect path from /home/user where created = '2017-05-01 15' And even more specific: fselect path from /home/user where created = '2017-05-01 15:10' fselect path from /home/user where created = '2017-05-01 15:10:30' Date and time intervals possible (find everything updated since May 1st): fselect path from /home/user where modified gte 2017-05-01 Default is current directory: fselect path, size where name = '*.jpg' Search within multiple locations: fselect path from /home/user/oldstuff, /home/user/newstuff where name = '*.jpg' With minimum and/or maximum depth specified (`depth` is a synonym for `maxdepth`): fselect path from /home/user/oldstuff depth 5 where name = '*.jpg' fselect path from /home/user/oldstuff mindepth 2 maxdepth 5, /home/user/newstuff depth 10 where name = '*.jpg' Optionally follow symlinks: fselect path, size from /home/user symlinks where name = '*.jpg' Search within archives (currently only zip-archives are supported): fselect path, size from /home/user archives where name = '*.jpg' Or in combination: fselect size, path from /home/user depth 5 archives symlinks where name = '*.jpg' limit 100 Enable `.gitignore` or `.hgignore` support: fselect size, path from /home/user/projects gitignore where name = '*.cpp' fselect size, path from /home/user/projects hgignore where name = '*.py' Search by image dimensions: fselect CONCAT(width, 'x', height), path from /home/user/photos where width gte 2000 or height gte 2000 Find square images: fselect path from /home/user/Photos where width = height Find images with a known name part but unknown extension: fselect path from /home/user/projects where name = "*RDS*" and width gte 1 Find old-school rap MP3 files: fselect duration, path from /home/user/music where genre = Rap and bitrate = 320 and mp3_year lt 2000 Shortcuts to common file extensions: fselect path from /home/user where is_archive = true fselect path, mime from /home/user where is_audio = 1 fselect path, mime from /home/user where is_book != false Even simpler way of using boolean columns: fselect path from /home/user where is_doc fselect path from /home/user where is_image fselect path from /home/user where is_video Find files with dangerous permissions: fselect mode, path from /home/user where other_write or other_exec fselect mode, path from /home/user where other_all Simple glob-like expressions or even regular expressions on file mode are possible: fselect mode, path from /home/user where mode = '*rwx' fselect mode, path from /home/user where mode =~ '.*rwx$' Find files by owner's uid or gid: fselect uid, gid, path from /home/user where uid != 1000 or gid != 1000 Or by owner's or group's name: fselect user, group, path from /home/user where user = mike or group = mike Find special files: fselect name from /usr/bin where suid fselect path from /tmp where is_pipe fselect path from /tmp where is_socket Find files with xattrs, check if particular xattr exists, or get its value: fselect "path, has_xattrs, has_xattr(user.test), xattr(user.test) from /home/user" Include arbitrary text as columns: fselect "name, ' has size of ', size, ' bytes'" Group results: fselect "ext, count(*) from /tmp group by ext" Order results: fselect path from /tmp order by size desc, name fselect modified, fsize, path from ~ order by 1 desc, 3 Finally limit the results: fselect name from /home/user/samples limit 5 Format output: fselect size, path from /home/user limit 5 into json fselect size, path from /home/user limit 5 into csv fselect size, path from /home/user limit 5 into html ### License MIT/Apache-2.0 --- Supported by [JetBrains IDEA](https://jb.gg/OpenSourceSupport) open source license
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