Commands that interact with files accept a pattern argument. This enables filtering when listing and downloading run files.
PATTERN Language Rules
*character matches zero or more characters of a name component without crossing directory boundaries.
**characters matches zero or more characters crossing directory boundaries.
?character matches exactly one character of a name component.
- The backslash character
\is used to escape characters that would otherwise be interpreted as special characters.
[ ]characters are a bracket expression that match a single character of a name component out of a set of characters. For example,
Most shells will require any PATTERN with
[ ] to be wrapped in single quotes
PATTERN to recursively list all files in the outputs directory
PATTERN to list all files at the root directory
More complicated patterns can be constructed using the
PATTERN language rules