This is the command git-annex-contentlocation that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
git-annex-contentlocation - looks up content for a key
git annex contentlocation [key ...]
This plumbing-level command looks up filename used to store the content of a key. The
filename is output to stdout. If the key's content is not present in the local repository,
nothing is output, and it exits nonzero.
Note that in direct mode, the file will typically be in the git work tree, and while its
content should correspond to the key, the file could become modified at any time after
git-annex checks it.
Enable batch mode, in which a line containing the key is read from stdin, the
filename to its content is output to stdout (with a trailing newline), and repeat.
Note that if a key's content is not present, an empty line is output to stdout
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