Subject: Re: Recursive grep (where is limfree defined?)
To: None <>
From: Michael L. VanLoon -- <>
List: current-users
Date: 01/23/1996 21:11:07
>I think the answer here is: if you're not willing to learn the basic
>UNIX tools (and find and xargs _are_ basic UNIX tools), why the hell
>are you running UNIX?
>If you want a mac, go use a mac.  some of the advantages of UNIX
>	(1) ability to pipe data between programs easily,
>	(2) simple tools that are easily used in pipelines, and
>	(3) mostly-standard interfaces to standard tools.
>why screw with it?

Hear hear!  This is some of the character that is at the very core of
what makes UNIX beautiful.

  Michael L. VanLoon                       
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