This is general Questions?

Dear Friends,
Where can I get the ls source code.
Please anyboby already aware means that tell to me.
I have been searching since two days,but I was unable to get the clear
source code of ls.
anyone help me.

by
Vellingiri.

On 20 Sep 2007, at 18:08, Vellingiri A. wrote:

Dear Friends,
Where can I get the ls source code.
Please anyboby already aware means that tell to me.
I have been searching since two days,but I was unable to get the clear
source code of ls.
anyone help me.

by
Vellingiri.

No offense, but this question is very hard to understand. What do you
mean by ‘ls’?

If you mean the unix command line program then:

a) This is the wrong place for your question.
b) You can’t have searched very hard for those two days because
googling for ‘ls source code’ gives the wikipedia entry for ls as the
first result, from which three versions of ls are directly linked.

Alex G.

Bioinformatics Center
Kyoto University

Alex G. wrote:

On 20 Sep 2007, at 18:08, Vellingiri A. wrote:

Dear Friends,
Where can I get the ls source code.
Please anyboby already aware means that tell to me.
I have been searching since two days,but I was unable to get the clear
source code of ls.
anyone help me.

by
Vellingiri.

No offense, but this question is very hard to understand. What do you
mean by ‘ls’?

If you mean the unix command line program then:

a) This is the wrong place for your question.
b) You can’t have searched very hard for those two days because
googling for ‘ls source code’ gives the wikipedia entry for ls as the
first result, from which three versions of ls are directly linked.

Alex G.

Bioinformatics Center
Kyoto University

Hai,
I am really very very sorry for posting the questions.
ok.

by
vellingiri.

Vellingiri A. wrote:

  Where can I get the ls source code.

Please anyboby already aware means that tell to me.
I have been searching since two days,but I was unable to get the clear
source code of ls.

I have been searching two minutes:

http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=ls+source+code

returns as the top search result a link to:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ls

Which contains an obvious link to:

http://minnie.tuhs.org/UnixTree/V7/usr/src/cmd/ls.c.html

Among the other top 10 google search results were several instances of
people asking the same question.

This is a friendly list, but please don’t abuse people’s goodwill by
asking questions without doing some basic research first - especially if
those questions do not relate to ruby.

a

On Sep 20, 2007, at 05:08 , Vellingiri A. wrote:

Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.

First hit on google shows:

http://www.koders.com/c/fid4DCA9588BF1A4DA19B1A2D5C139BAE53F5348A8F.aspx

~Wayne

s///g
Wayne E. Seguin
Sr. Systems Architect & Systems Administrator

Vellingiri A. wrote:

 Where can I get the ls source code.

Hmmm. ls --help yields lots of search-worthy verbiage, including “color
is
not used to distinguish types of files”. Sticking that, with quotes,
into
http://www.google.com/codesearch returns:

ftp://alpha.gnu.org/gnu/coreutils/coreutils-4.5.5.tar.gz

BTW this group discusses Ruby, which ls should_not be implemented in.

And I feel your pain - I once foolishly attempted to find the source to
‘cal’, in the days before /el Goog/'s codesearch! On a lark…

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