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Re: zsh not accepting commandline args at end of command


But is weems to be using the same ls
[eric@apple ~]  $ which ls
[eric@apple ~]  $ /bin/ls /tmp -F
/bin/ls: -F: No such file or directory
ssh-XXUIWy1q  v235390
[eric@apple ~]  $ exit

now in bash:
eric@apple:~$ /bin/ls /tmp -F
ssh-XXUIWy1q/  v235390/

Peter Stephenson said:
> Eric Smith wrote:
> > eric@apple:~$ ls /tmp -F
> > ssh-XXUIWy1q/  v235390/
> This is apparently the GNU ls behaviour.  (I think it's pretty yukky, but
> never mind.)
> > [eric@apple ~]  $ ls /tmp -F
> > ls: -F: No such file or directory
> This is standard with many other variants of ls.
> Are the paths different in zsh and bash?
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