Subject: ls -q
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: C Kane <email@example.com>
Date: 02/10/1999 15:47:43
If "ls" determines that it is sending output to a terminal, it automatically
assumes the -C and -q flags.
But what if I don't want -q? I do not see a way to turn off that behavior.
While -q may be safe to keep binary characters from echoing to the terminal,
it seems that it shouldn't be a default behavior, especially if it can't be
turned off, since ls can easily be aliased to "ls -q" if that's what one
If I have missed something, please let me know. Otherwise if it's a bug,