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[bug #54860] Less performance of -execdir echo {} +

From: Bernhard Voelker
Subject: [bug #54860] Less performance of -execdir echo {} +
Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2018 07:01:38 -0400 (EDT)
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Update of bug #54860 (project findutils):

             Assigned to:                    None => berny                  


Follow-up Comment #1:

First of all, I don't understand why the bug report would be related to
"less performance".  Could you explain, please?

Then, these are the commands to create the tree structure you said:

$ mkdir -pv dir dir-2/dir-4 dir-2/dir-5 dir-3/dir-{4,5} \
  && touch dir/{bar,one}.c dir-2/another.c dir-2/dir-4/file \
       dir-2/dir-5/file dir-2/file dir-2/foo.c dir-3/dir-4/file \
       dir-3/dir-5/file dir-3/file file

This is what I get:

../find/find -iname "*c" -execdir echo '{}' +
./another.c ./foo.c
./one.c ./bar.c

I use latest git:

../find/find --version | sed 1q
find (GNU findutils)

That said, I cannot reproduce your result, neither with latest
git version nor with the stable 4.6.0 release.  I don't see any
changes regarding -execdir since 4.6.0, maybe there was a change
in underlying gnulib, but I doubt it.
What is your environment?


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