pachctl glob file

Return files that match a glob pattern in a commit.

Synopsis

Return files that match a glob pattern in a commit (that is, match a glob pattern in a repo at the state represented by a commit). Glob patterns are documented here.

pachctl glob file <repo>@<branch-or-commit>:<pattern>

Examples

```sh

# Return files in repo "foo" on branch "master" that start
# with the character "A".  Note how the double quotation marks around the
# parameter are necessary because otherwise your shell might interpret the "*".
$ pachctl glob file "[email protected]:A*"

# Return files in repo "foo" on branch "master" under directory "data".
$ pachctl glob file "[email protected]:data/*"

### Options
  --full-timestamps   Return absolute timestamps (as opposed to the default, relative timestamps).
  --raw               disable pretty printing, print raw json

### Options inherited from parent commands

-v, –verbose Output verbose logs