"David G. Miller" <[email protected]> wrote:
Nothing like getting the question backwards. Doh! Still seems like it
should be doable.
Yes, I am painfully aware of the power of zsh :) But in this case I
> need to do my script with bash and it seems that although globbing for
> directories is trivial ( */ ) there is no similar pattern to match
> files. Oh, well, I guess I'll need to waste some CPU cycles and launch
> find everytime I need to know file names in the current directory.
ls -dF ./.[^.]*/ ./*/
./.gconf// ./.gnome2// ./.kde// ./.vnc//
./.gconfd// ./.gnome2_private// ./mail//
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