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Re: ls bug
Re: ls bug
Sun, 29 May 2005 17:56:16 +0200
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> when doing an ls, I do not get the subdirectories' content listed. When
> doing ls -R, I get it listed, and this is fine so.
> When doing "ls in*", I do get the subdirectories' content listed, although
> I do not want this, and I cannot toggle this off with "ls -R in*".
"-R" is not a toggle. But note that it does more that just list the
-R, --recursive list subdirectories recursively
> This is very hindering for me, and I cannot find that a solution is
-d, --directory list directory entries instead of contents,
and do not dereference symbolic links
If you think of "ls" being the same as "ls ." this behaviour becomes
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