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Re: bug in `find' with `-depth' ?

From: Martin Stromberg
Subject: Re: bug in `find' with `-depth' ?
Date: 11 Oct 2000 10:10:42 GMT

Paul Jackson (address@hidden) wrote:
: MM saw:
:   ~$ find pippo/ -depth -empty
:   find: pippo/pluto: No such file or directory

: Something is sick here.  Given the specified
: 'mkdir' commands immediately preceding this
: then one of:
:   1) your file system is corrupt
:   2) your 'find' binary is corrupt
:   3) your report is incomplete
:   4) other odd explanations ...

: That "mkdir ... find" sequence should work fine,
: and does work fine for me, with the same version
: of 'find' that you report.

This is on Solaris:

; find --version
GNU find version 4.1
; mkdir pippo
; mkdir pippo/pluto
; mkdir pippo/pluto/paperino
; find pippo/ -depth -empty
find: pippo/pluto: No such file or directory
find: pippo/: No such file or directory
; uname -a
SunOS lws256 5.6 Generic_105181-16 sun4u sparc



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