108864Re: Align \tsp functionality from external program ?
- Nov 1, 2009Christian Brabandt <cblists@...> [09-11-01 12:24]:
> Hi meino.cramer!
> On So, 01 Nov 2009, meino.cramer@... wrote:
> > No, it is not, since beside other attriibutes the filename, filesize
> > and timestamps occupy different amount of space from file to file if
> > find is applied to a complete directory tree (too much files to cope
> > with in one buffer) being huige enough.
> You can try as - already mentioned - using find -printf. I am not sure,
> this works always, cause it seems it is not mentioned in SuSv3. An
> alternative would be to pipe the output of find through awk and using
> its printf statements, you should be able to get it aligned and formated
awk is processing its input line by line. Its script applies
to one line and with the next line of input the previous one
is forgotten -- or I have to program a script which read the
First run to determine the correct alignment spaces, second
run to apply those -- and this will become more of a hack
due to the nature of awks processing the input.
But as mentioned I want to 'use' a tool, not to program one.
I think, the best will be to hack one in C -- this will run by
far faster then the script processing done by awk.
Thanks for your help.
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