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Re: Determination of file lists from selected folders without returning
SF Markus Elfring
Re: Determination of file lists from selected folders without returning directory names
Mon, 17 Jul 2017 21:03:35 +0200
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>> The tool “ls” supports the filtering of directory contents. I am looking for
>> possibilities for performing such data processing a bit faster when directory
>> names can (and should) be excluded.
> If you use GNU findutils:
> find -maxdepth 1 \! -type d
> if you want to stick to POSIX find, you'll have to be a bit more verbose
> and use -prune.
The result does not look in the way I was looking for when I try the command
“find ~/Projekte/Bau -name '*txt' -prune” or
“find ~/Projekte/Bau -name '*txt' \! -type d” out.
Does any programming interface exist already which will provide only
basenames for the found files directly?
Re: Determination of file lists from selected folders without returning directory names, Kaz Kylheku (Coreutils), 2017/07/17