Subject: Re: Humanization of ls(1)
To: David P. Reese Jr. <email@example.com>
From: Greywolf <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/29/2003 11:43:04
Thus spake David P. Reese Jr. ("DPRJ> ") sometime Yesterday...
DPRJ> SUSv3 says that '-s' is non portable and may be removed from the
DPRJ> standard in the future. I'm not very excited about reading file
DPRJ> sizes in gigablocks.
Oh, lovely. You mean a dependency on $BLOCKSIZE wouldn't be portable?
Why don't they just make it so? ls -s is *really* useful on occasion.
I'd be upset if it vanished. Who could I bother about this in the
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