bug-findutils -- Bug reports for the GNU find utilities


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Bug reports for the GNU find utilities.

These include `find', which is frequently used both interactively and in
shell scripts to find files which match certain criteria and perform
arbitrary operations on them. Also included are `locate', which scans a
database for file names that match a pattern, and `xargs', which applies
a command to a list of files.

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