Find files using pretty C expressions
Rawhide (rh) lets you search for files on the command line using expressions and user-defined functions in a mini-language inspired by C. It's like find(1), but more fun to use.
released on 9 June 2023
git clone https://codeberg.org/raforg/rawhide
28 September 2022
Leaders and contributors
|raf (Fsf@raf.org)||Current author|
|Ken Stauffer (University of Calgary)||Original author|
Resources and communication
|Developers||VCS Repository Webview||https://codeberg.org/raforg/rawhide|
|Required to build||pod2man|
|Weak prerequisite||libe2p on GNU/Linux|
|Weak prerequisite||libacl on GNU/Linux|
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