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bug#59535: suggestion for: info ls

From: Pádraig Brady
Subject: bug#59535: suggestion for: info ls
Date: Thu, 24 Nov 2022 13:19:52 +0000
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On 23/11/2022 19:51, Günter Essers wrote:

though here


I had read "Later options override earlier options that are
incompatible", at first I was a bit surprised about the different output
for 'ls -lC' and 'ls -Cl'. (I contacted your website documenting GNU
coreutils 9.1.)

u@host$ mkdir dummy
u@host$ cd dummy/
u@host$ touch file1
u@host$ ls -lC
u@host$ ls -Cl
insgesamt 0
-rw-r--r-- 1 u u 0 23. Nov 20:31 file1

Would a remark in the manual be an exaggeration and too fussy?

My working environment: GNU coreutils 8.32, Debian 11.5.

I hope not having wasted your time. Regards     

It's a good suggestion, which has actually already been implemented:

Note the web page is generated from the info pages of the latest release.
It's just your distro is using an old release at this stage.

Marking this as done.


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