fsr 1.14

Arthur Prokosch pointed out that fsr would exit successfully with no error messages if its only argument were a non-existent directory. To address that, and related issues, fsr now checks all of its arguments to see if they exist and are directories and ignores any argument that doesn't exist or isn't a directory, warning about them. It then exits with a non-zero status if, after filtering out such arguments, there are no remaining directories to process.

This version also adds a pointer to up / afs-up in the discussion of fs copyacl.

You can get the latest version from the fsr distribution page.

Posted: 2011-06-03 16:05 — Why no comments?

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