...and in hindsight...I now add an important piece of the puzzle.....I am
running Solaris 2.6...!
...in which the grep version is not nice enough to add the grep -r
function...if there was one!!!
From: Adam Beecher [mailto:adam at iewebs.com]
Sent: Wednesday, July 04, 2001 5:16 PM
To: Baldwin_James at emc.com
Cc: cork at linux.ie
Subject: Re: [CLUG] potential dumbo question, mais moi brain suis dust
Baldwin_James at emc.com wrote:
>I wanna do a recursive (in a directory context) grep on files...plain and
>(without doing mad crap with an ls -alR then AWK'ing and cutting and piping
>file names back into a command parameter to run with grep, etc etc :( )
grep -r ?
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