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Re: no shortcuts to dired-by-date

From: Kevin Rodgers
Subject: Re: no shortcuts to dired-by-date
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2002 08:54:13 -0700

Dan Jacobson wrote:
> You are in a dired buffer, with the cursor resting on, oh,
> drwxr-xr-x   96 jidanni  jidanni      8192 02 28 04:41 somedir
> You:
> do 1) hit RET
> or 2) hit e
> or 3) hit f
> In each case you get "dired by name".  There are no keys that get you
> dired by date, as a shortcut.  Three vs. zero gentlemen, I mean
> ladies.
> Indeed, one must hit RET s, e s, or f s, to get to
> dired-by-date... with the waste of an extra call.
> Anyway, looks like a typical case of injustice... 3 to 0 fellas, I
> mean gals.
> By the way, that is from dired itself.  One should also make dired by
> date analogs to C-x d for use from any buffer.

By "dired by date", do you mean `C-u C-x d t RET ...', which adds "t" to
dired-listing-switches before running dired?

If so, the analog would be to allow a prefix arg to dired-find-file (bound
to `f' and `e') and dired-advertised-find-file (bound to `RET') to have the
same effect (when find-file-run-dired is set).

Kevin Rodgers <address@hidden>

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