--- /which ---


Filename: .cvsignore
Revision 1.3carlo 1999/04/09 18:17:31+2 -1
Ignore all version which-2.*.tar.gz
Ignore the generated cvslog*.html

Filename: .indent.pro
Revision 1.1carlo 1999/04/09 13:06:34None
Ran which.c through GNU indent 1.9.2.beta1
(see http://www.xs4all.nl/~carlo17/indent/)

Filename: EXAMPLES
Revision 1.4carlo 1999/04/10 00:10:01+109 -37
Updated and extended examples.

Filename: LICENSE.GPL
Revision 1.1carlo 1999/04/09 23:36:32None
Bumped license to GPL version 2.
Renamed the file COPYING to LICENSE.GPL.

Filename: Makefile
Revision 1.4carlo 1999/04/10 00:09:24+1 -1
Added which-2.*.tar.gz to target `clean'.
Revision 1.3carlo 1999/04/09 18:18:21+1 -1
Added files to `clean' target.

Filename: bash.c
Revision 1.4carlo 1999/04/09 23:38:53+20 -18
Bumped version of license to GPL version 2.
Revision 1.3carlo 1999/04/09 13:18:34+0 -29
Renamed find_user_command_in_path() to find_command_in_path() and
stripped it completely of everything we don't use.
Revision 1.2carlo 1999/04/09 12:50:53+7 -168
Moved find_user_command_in_path() from bash.c to which.c because I intend
to heavily change it.

Filename: bash.h
Revision 1.3carlo 1999/04/09 13:18:34+0 -3
Renamed find_user_command_in_path() to find_command_in_path() and
stripped it completely of everything we don't use.
Revision 1.2carlo 1999/04/09 12:50:53+7 -1
Moved find_user_command_in_path() from bash.c to which.c because I intend
to heavily change it.

Filename: index.html.in
Revision 1.4carlo 1999/04/09 22:35:59+2 -3
Removed link to which-2.0
Revision 1.3carlo 1999/04/09 18:19:17+2 -1
Added link to release 2.1 and to generated change log.

Filename: makefile
Revision 1.6carlo 1999/04/09 22:40:05+1 -0
Don't put .indent.pro in the tar.
Revision 1.5carlo 1999/04/09 18:20:05+5 -1
New target `cvslog': Generate cvslog*.html files using cvs2html.

Filename: which-2.spec
Revision 1.1carlo 1999/04/09 18:35:39None
Renamed which-2.0.spec to which-2.spec

Filename: which.1
Revision 1.5carlo 1999/04/09 22:35:35+5 -0
Updated man page to include -all option.
Revision 1.4carlo 1999/04/09 12:25:58+2 -2
Fixed a typo in the documentation.

Filename: which.c
Revision 1.12carlo 1999/04/09 23:36:32+10 -7
Bumped license to GPL version 2.
Renamed the file COPYING to LICENSE.GPL.
Revision 1.11carlo 1999/04/09 18:33:17+4 -1
Only translate current directory to "./" when the directory that caused
the match explicitely started with a dot.
Revision 1.10carlo 1999/04/09 18:23:25+87 -65
Bug fix: --skip-tilde was also skipping directories starting with a dot.
Added short options parsing.
Added new option --all,-a : Show all executables anywhere in PATH.
Revision 1.9carlo 1999/04/09 15:19:46+124 -46
Drastically changed the way a given absolute path is handled:
On failure, the shown path will be the given path and the "./"
and "~/" translations now also work.
Added path_clean_up(), which gets rid of stuff like "//", "/./"
and even "dir/../".
Revision 1.8carlo 1999/04/09 13:18:34+7 -67
Renamed find_user_command_in_path() to find_command_in_path() and
stripped it completely of everything we don't use.
Revision 1.7carlo 1999/04/09 13:09:48+0 -16
Removed `dot_found_in_search', which we don't use.
Revision 1.6carlo 1999/04/09 13:06:34+141 -137
Ran which.c through GNU indent 1.9.2.beta1
(see http://www.xs4all.nl/~carlo17/indent/)
Revision 1.5carlo 1999/04/09 12:50:53+153 -0
Moved find_user_command_in_path() from bash.c to which.c because I intend
to heavily change it.
Revision 1.4carlo 1999/04/09 12:28:57+2 -2
Security: Don't crash, not even when the current working directory is
longer than PATH_MAX.
Bug fix : Use the correct flag (FS_EXEC_ONLY) in find_user_command_in_path().
This causes `which' to also find files with a absolute path.

Filename: which.lsm
Revision 1.2carlo 1999/04/09 18:38:18+6 -5
Bumped version number and mentioned --all in description.


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