Subject: Re: Recursive grep (where is limfree defined?)
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Niklas Hallqvist <email@example.com>
Date: 01/24/1996 18:43:28
>>>>> "Don" == Don Lewis <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Don> On Jan 23, 1:15am, email@example.com wrote: } Subject: Re:
Don> Recursive grep (where is limfree defined?) } I don't think a
Don> recursive grep is any worse than a recursive chown or } chmod.
Don> You can accomplish all three with using 'find xargs', but it is
Don> more } convenient to let the command take care of it.
Don> IMHO recursive chmod is worthless. In general I don't want the
Don> same permission bits on files and directories.
Well I often do things like this:
chmod -R g+w .
I understand why you wouldn't want do absolute chmods, but relative
(i.e. add or subtract permissions) is often useful. Anyway, I still
do find -exec chmod commands at times as one can want to have more
control over the selection of the files to change.
Niklas Hallqvist Phone: +46-(0)31-40 75 00 Home: +46-(0)31-41 93 95
Applitron Datasystem Fax: +46-(0)31-83 39 50 Home: +46-(0)31-41 93 96
Molndalsvagen 95 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org GSM: +46-(0)70-714 10 35
S-412 63 GOTEBORG WWW: Here
Sweden IRC: niklas (#NetBSD) ICB: niklas (netbsd)