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Re: ls --full-time (full-iso, locale)

From: Jim Meyering
Subject: Re: ls --full-time (full-iso, locale)
Date: Mon, 08 Apr 2002 07:55:26 +0200
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Tom <address@hidden> wrote:

> I hope you don't consider this question too
> stupid. I did read the FAQ and look through
> the archives (and I must say that you guys
> have the patience of Job).
> I have always used the full-time option with ls
> (just because I like it that way). I have it
> aliased in my login scripts.
> I had my first encounter with Mandrake 8.2
> recently (i386 of course), which I think uses
> fileutils 4.1.6.
> The --full-time option now uses full-iso. I
> like the fact that I get a completely numeric
> time stamp, but it shows NINE digits to the
> right of the decimal point for seconds (down
> to the billionth of a second). I don't think
> I would find that too useful even if Linux did
> have that level of precision (it only stores
> times to the second, I believe). Also, I could
> do without the zone offset.

How about something like --time-style='+%Y-%m-%d %T' ?

  $ ls -ogl --time-style='+%Y-%m-%d %T' k
  -rw-r--r--    1     2245 2002-04-08 07:43:47 k

You need fileutils-4.1.6 or newer for that.

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