Subject: Re: bin/1495: Bad feature in ls(1)
To: Robert Black <email@example.com>
From: Eduardo E. Horvath firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: 09/25/1995 08:36:11
On Sun, 24 Sep 1995, Robert Black wrote:
> On Sep 22, 3:55pm, der Mouse wrote:
> > Subject: Re: bin/1495: Bad feature in ls(1)
> > > "ls -R ./" adds the prefix to the paths as they are printed. This
> > > results in filenames being printed as .//foo rather than ./foo.
> > This is a bug? If you "ls -R .././/foo/./", you'll see pathnames like
> > .././/foo/.//bar rather than ../foo/bar - do you call that a bug too?
> would give the desired result (except formatting). Come to think of it
> ls -R `echo '.././/foo/./' | realpath`
> might be a better way to do it in this case.
> ls -R `(cd .././/foo/./; pwd)`
already do that?