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[bug #37106] find: option -L only works when no search path is given:

From: Martin Steigerwald
Subject: [bug #37106] find: option -L only works when no search path is given:
Date: Wed, 15 Aug 2012 13:32:29 +0000
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Follow-up Comment #2, bug #37106 (project findutils):

Hmmm, agreed. As with -H and -P. And as clarified in:

       The  -H, -L and -P options control the treatment of sym-
       bolic links.  Command-line arguments following these are
       taken  to  be  names of files or directories to be exam-
       ined, up to the first argument that begins with `-',  or
       the  argument `(' or `!'.  That argument and any follow-
       ing arguments are taken to be the expression  describing
       what  is to be searched for.  If no paths are given, the
       current directory is used.  […]

I will add that information to our training slides.



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