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Fri, 22 Jan 2010 07:00:49 GMT
On 2010-01-22, synhedionn <address@hidden> wrote:
> How to see IN DIRED mode(so no C-x C-d) the filting of files (=ls -F),but
> with no rights column?
mmmm.... not too clear what you want.
With ls, -F gives you file classifiers like dir(/), exe(*), backup(~),
etc. Dired gives you some of these. If yer term is set up for it,
dirs will be colored, the same as ls. Backup and autosaved files are
indicated in the conventional manner (#, ~). Excecutables require you
seeing permissions. Not sure what you mean by "rights". You can also
enter dired directly when invoking emacs from command line by adding
- dired, synhedionn, 2010/01/22