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find dir <expr1> -o <expr2> does not work
- From: root <CRISTIROOPET02+root at bucharest-mof dot ro dot ibm dot com>
- To: <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2006 12:26:31 +0300
- Subject: find dir <expr1> -o <expr2> does not work
I posted my request for help, but the client i used truncated the message.
I post it again for your attention.
By the way
find common -type f -o -type l -print does not works either.
I think the -o flag is returning false.
I am trying to make a tar with files that are in a directory and checks
The problem i encountered is next :
find common -type f give the following output. (which is good)
find common -type f -o -type l
(get nothing here )
find common -type f -o
find common -type f -o -type f
It seems that "find common -type f -o -<exprs>
I'm using winXP. On linux same comand works fine...
Thanks for your time.
On Wed, 21 Jun 2006, cristi petrisor wrote:
> I am trying to make a tar with files that are in a directory and checks
> some condition
> The problem i encountered is next :
> find common -type f give the following output. (which is good)
> find common -type f -o -type l
> (get nothing here )
> find common -type f -o
> find common -type f -o -type f
> It seems that "find common -type f -o -<exprs>
> returns nothing.
> I'm using winXP. On linux same comand works fine...
> Thanks for your time.
> cristi petrisor
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