I'm back from my interview. That's the first time that I know of that I've been on the news.
Interview for what?
Is there anything inside the file that can tell you? For example, if you write a script that cats each file or whayever and looks for specific string, then moves it if it matches.
I don't know what those files are, so ya. Just thinking out loud without any info.
No, because they are just ancient like ~20 + years old, no extension or really anything to hit on. Apple still supports Postscript Type 1 fonts, but nothing else does.
I managed to get it to work with what I needed with the above.
Additionally I created two reports 1) listing all of he postscript type 1 fonts and 2) listing truetype and opentype fonts.
So now we can build a list of things that needs to get upgraded.
To find the non-extension'd postscript type 1 fonts I used
find . -type f -d -empty >> old-crap.txt
To find the modern fonts I used
find . -name '*.ttf' -d >> modern-font.txt and just replaced .ttf with .otf, .otc, .ttc, .tte and .dfont and appended the same modern-font.txt file for each of those.
I think I got it to work, albeit without the move portion, just a straight delete.
find . -type -d -empty -delete appears to have done what I needed.
Small correction, if I search individual file by file with
file filename do I get some output, specifically
file name: empty
What I'd ideally want to do is find any file that is
empty and move those to a different folder.
@black3dynamite I've already tried to use
file and I get a blank response to stout.
Post Script 1 Fonts.... ffs over 20 years old.
Anyways we have tons of these and I would like to move every Post Script Type 1 file to a different folder and leave everything else in-place where it is.
These files have no extension, just the "Kind" is listed as PostScript Type 1.
Looking for ideas, since I can't target an extension, and I can't think of how to accurately target an empty extension.
Google Meets is also a dead product. It's all merged into Google Hangouts (which includes meeting, screenshare, calling, chat etc).
I thought Hangouts died. We tried to use it at a company two years ago and google was phasing it out at the time and we couldn't get it.
The app for Google Hangouts died, the platform all merged into Google Hangouts (and uses the google meet app etc).
It's weird, but it's all one unified platform now.