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Re: Sorting files
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- From: Meino Christian Cramer <Meino.Cramer@xxxxxx>
- To: mikachu@xxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re: Sorting files
- Date: Thu, 04 Aug 2005 21:10:50 +0200 (CEST)
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From: Mikael Magnusson <mikachu@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Sorting files
Date: Thu, 4 Aug 2005 20:48:00 +0200
> On 8/4/05, Meino Christian Cramer <Meino.Cramer@xxxxxx> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I played around with combinations including expressions like
> > **/*(.,oL) trying to get a listing of all files found !including
> > those of the subdirectories! sorted by their size. I want one big
> > listing sorted "once" -- but I got "seperated" parts sorted each for
> > themselves.
> > I would understand this, if I had submitted something like:
> > print -l **/*(oL)
> > which includes directories due to the missing ".", but when I submit:
> > print -l **/*(.,oL)
> > I would expect "all files sorted by their size".
> > But as always, the problem is probably caused by the person sitting
> > right in front of my monitor, I fear ;)
> > Is there a way to get one big listing starting with the smallest file
> > of all files found (including those in the subdirectories) and ending
> > with the largest one? ...without the conventional way of slowly
> > smokeing a sort-pipe ?
> > Thanks a lot in advance for any help or hint ! :O)
> > Keep zshing!
> > Meino
> >From the manpage,
> o specifies how the names of the files should be sorted.
> if d, files in subdirectories appear before those
> in the current directory at each level of the search
> -- this is best com-
> bined with other criteria, for example `odon' to sort
> on names for files
> within the same directory.
> I think that is what you want, but i'm not sure with that description :)
> ie, print -l **/*(.,odL)
Hi Mikael !
Thanks for reply ! :O)
print -l **/*(.,odL) gives (zsh 4.2.5, Linux 220.127.116.11)
zsh: number expected
Now I am totally confused.... X-)
> Mikael Magnusson
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