ls tricks for git-annex?
martin f krafft
madduck at madduck.net
Thu Sep 25 07:34:00 CEST 2014
So now that I am using git-annex for almost all of my stuff, I need
to stay sane when using normal tools (which now see symlinks),
mostly /bin/ls -l (which currently makes my eyes bleed until I add -L).
Sure, I could add -L to my existing /bin/ls alias, but I don't
*want* to do that on all symlinks.
I also don't really want to pipe output from /bin/ls through sed or
what-have-you, because that can just get very messy, and breaks
So, what do you do?
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