I saw that Christian, but it says it'll stop after the first match and I
have a couple hundred files that won't match by design. Anything else?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Christian van den Bosch [mailto:cjvdb1 at student.cs.ucc.ie]
> Sent: 25 November 2003 15:28
> To: adam beecher
> Cc: CLUG
> Subject: Re: [CLUG] grep for files without match
>>> On Tue, 25 Nov 2003, adam beecher wrote:
>> > I can check for lines not matching a pattern in a file, but is
> there any way
> > to check for files not containing a match in a recursive grep?
>> -l == --files-with-matches
> -L == --files-without-match
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