cli-sedHow do I use CLI sed to uninstall a module?
sed command line interface (CLI) to uninstall a module involves using the
-i option to make in-place edits to a file. The
-i option takes a regular expression as an argument. This expression is used to find and replace specific parts of the file.
For example, to uninstall a module called
mymodule, the following command can be used:
sed -i "/mymodule/d" /path/to/module/config.json
This command will delete any line containing the string
mymodule from the file
The parts of the command are:
sed- the command to run
-i- the option to make in-place edits
/mymodule/d- the regular expression to find and replace
/path/to/module/config.json- the file to edit
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