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Re: BUG: ls -ld directory/

From: Paul Jarc
Subject: Re: BUG: ls -ld directory/
Date: Sat, 04 Mar 2006 16:45:18 -0500
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G C McNeil-Watson <address@hidden> wrote:
> If you do an
>  ls -ld directory/
> for some existing directory then the output contains TWO trailling
> slashes:
>  drwx------  2 pypgcm users 4096 Aug 16  2005 directory//
> The directory and the first slash appear in blue on my terminal, trailing
> slash in black.

You probably have ls aliased to 'ls -F', or some combination of
options that includes -F.  (Check with "alias ls".)  Read the
documentation for ls to see if there is a different combination of
options that gives you the behavior you want.  If you can't find it,
you can write to address@hidden to submit a feature request.


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