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Re: Moving rc.d scripts to base.tgz
>>>> [...] just a day or two ago I added a new option to (my) ls. (I
>>>> made it sort numbers numerically [...].)
>> [...examples of how hard it is to do this with sort(1)...]
> While I'm not sure this is the right solution, I agree that there's a
> problem. Just this morning, I had to do a rename to insert leading
> zeroes into a folder (created by others) to get this effect.
I'm not sure this is a right solution either. The code has been in
there for only a few days; I don't really have any significant
experience with using it yet. At the moment the biggest problem I've
seen is that shell glob order differs from ls output order. I'm
considering adding a knob to change my shell's globbing order.
I still consider this code very experimental. It's not even in /bin/ls
on my systems; it's in ~mouse/.local/bin/ls.
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