Thursday, July 15, 2010

finding files

Last couple of months I've wanted my output format to look like this from find:
Mon Feb 15 12:49:18 2010, 50356KB, ./files.txt

This was the printf format I've used.
find . -name tmp* -type f -printf "%t, %kKB, %h/%f\n"

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