git: ls(1): Restore the traditional behavior of -f implying -a.
swildner at crater.dragonflybsd.org
Thu Apr 3 00:22:04 PDT 2014
Author: Sascha Wildner <saw at online.de>
Date: Thu Apr 3 09:21:04 2014 +0200
ls(1): Restore the traditional behavior of -f implying -a.
OpenBSD's commit msg:
restore the traditional behavior of -f implying -a; apparently Keith Bostic
forgot to restore it when the -f flag was put back on 2nd of September 1989,
after being removed on 16th of August as a consequence of issues getting it
working over NFS, so deviation from traditional UNIX behavior in all BSDs
looks like an historical accident; as a side effect, this change accommodates
behavior of this option to IEEE Std 1003.1-2008 (``POSIX.1'').
joint work with jmc@ (who found the inaccuracy in our implementation),
schwarze@ (who provided a detailed tracking of historical facts) and millert@
ok millert@, schwarze@
The same patch has been pushed to NetBSD and FreeBSD too.
Submitted-by: Igor Sobrado
Summary of changes:
bin/ls/ls.1 | 4 +++-
bin/ls/ls.c | 7 +++----
2 files changed, 6 insertions(+), 5 deletions(-)
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