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Re: @file handling in Cygwin
At 15:12 2002-08-14, Jon LaBadie wrote:
Well, it _is_ documented, after all.
On Wed, Aug 14, 2002 at 03:01:55PM -0700, Cheng, Cheuk wrote:
> Thanks all for their comments. Using ls -@lsflags will give "ls:
> invalid option -- @" instead. I also know of cat and xargs but I just
> want to check whether @file is supported _within_ Cygwin or not.
Where is it supported? I've never seen it?
Remember way back before that silly old expression derived from a line in a
now-campy Sci-Fi movie became popular, there was a much better expression
that even had it's own acronym:
Is it an "os" or "shell" feature so that it is not "ls" specific?
Otherwise I'd think an ls(1) man page perusal would answer the question
Jon H. LaBadie
No free fish today, but I will offer a hint: There's more to Cygwin
documentation than man pages or info files.
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