On 10-Dec-01 Jackie 'business-first' Cook wrote:
> There are days when people get tired with the lagacy code in the system -
> when
> things of the past just have to go. Recently I got sick and tired with one of
> those things. The command is, as you could have guessed from the subject,
> xags(1) aka /usr/bin/xargs. It is buggy and cluttered piece of code. Faulty
> and
> hard to use command. It's idiosyncratic syntax makes people dizzy everytime
> they
> use/or just try to use it.

Buggy?  I haven't had problems with xargs(1).  I think a more useful use of
your time would be to actually describe the problems you have so they can be
addressed.  What Unix command doesn't have idiosyncratic syntax anyways?


John Baldwin <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>  <><  http://www.FreeBSD.org/~jhb/
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