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Re: ls command

From: Richard Dawe
Subject: Re: ls command
Date: Sat, 14 Sep 2002 12:25:59 +0100


N wrote:
> A little help please..... I'm currently trying to learn the programming
> language C in a Linux environment (RedHat 7.3). I'm trying to code my own
> version of the ls command -- will you please send me a copy of the source
> code for the ls command? This will enable me to test me learning against
> something. If you cannnot supply the code do you recommend any other
> sources?

Source code is available for all GNU software. If you try searching on Google
( http://www.google.com/ ), you should be able to get to the fileutils source
pretty quickly. But try here:


If you are just starting to learn C, fileutils may be a heavy package to learn
from. You might want to try one of the smaller GNU utilities - finger maybe?

Incidentally coreutils does not seem to be listed here yet:


Is a non-testing release required, before packages can appear there?

Bye, Rich =]

Richard Dawe [ http://www.phekda.freeserve.co.uk/richdawe/ ]

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