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xfce(1F)                                                              xfce(1F)



NAME
       glob(1,3,7,n) - File globber for XFce

SYNOPSYS
       glob(1,3,7,n)  [-r]  [-v] [-d ddd] [-m mmm] [-f filter(1,3x,3x curs_util)] [-s (+/-)size] [-t type]
       [-p perm] [grep options...]


       -v
             verbose

       -V
             Print version(1,3,5) number information

       -P
             print process id

       -f filter(1,3x,3x curs_util)
             file(1,n) filter(1,3x,3x curs_util) (enclosed in(1,8) quotes if(3,n) regexp(3,n) *,? or [] is used)

       -r
             recursive

       -s +kbytes
             Size greater than kbytes KBYTES

       -s -kbytes
             size less(1,3) than kbytes KBYTES

       -p perm
             perm is either suid | exe

       -t type
             reg | dir | sym | sock | blk | chr |  fifo  (regular,  directory,
             symlink, socket(2,7,n), blk_dev, chr_dev, fifo)

       -d ddd
             created or modified in(1,8) the previous (int) dd days

       -m mmm
             created or modified in(1,8) the previous (int) mm months

       -p perm
             perm is either suid | exe

       -e string(3,n)
             containing string(3,n) (if(3,n) *,? or [], use quotes)

       -E regexp(3,n)
             containing regexp: (use quotes).

       -i
             ignore case (for search string(3,n) -c)

       -y
             same as -i (obsolete)

       -L
             print  the  name  of each input file(1,n) from which *no* output would
             normally have been printed.

       -c
             only print a count of matching lines for each input file.

       -w
             Select  only  those  lines  containing matches  that  form  whole
             words. Word-constituent  characters  are letters, digits, and the
             underscore.

       -x
             Select only those matches that  exactly  match  the whole line.

       -Z
             Output  a  zero  byte  (the  ASCII  NUL   character)  instead  of
             the character that  normally  follows  a file(1,n)  name


DESCRIPTION
       glob(1,3,7,n)  is a file(1,n) globber for XFce, the Cholesterol Free Desktop Environ-
       ment.


REQUIREMENTS
       glob(1,3,7,n) requires GNU grep 2.x or higher

SEE ALSO
       xfce, xfglob, xftree, xfwm, xfpager, xfsound, xfmouse, xfbd, xfclock


AUTHOR
       Edscott Wilson Garcia




                                Olivier Fourdan                       xfce(1F)

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