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Date:      Wed, 22 Apr 2020 12:45:55 +0000 (UTC)
From:      Paul Pathiakis <pathiaki2@yahoo.com>
To:        FreeBSD-Questions <freebsd-questions@freebsd.org>,  Arthur Chance <freebsd@qeng-ho.org>
Subject:   Re: About wayland
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 I'm just throwing this out there.....
It's created under the MIT license.
In Massachusetts, there are two adjoining towns.... Wayland and Weston....=
=C2=A0 Wayland is the infrastructure and Weston is the compositor.
Could be?
Paul

    On Wednesday, April 22, 2020, 7:40:04 AM EDT, Arthur Chance <freebsd@qe=
ng-ho.org> wrote: =20
=20
 On 22/04/2020 01:22, Philip wrote:
> Just curious, who is Wayland? a people name?

I have a vague recollection it was named after Wayland the Smith
(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wayland_the_Smith).

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much weight round the middle.
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On 2020-04-20, Matthias Apitz <guru@unixarea.de> wrote:

> I've stumbled over something with find(1) which I would call a bug:
>
> $ mkdir foo
> $ find foo -type d -execdir rm -rv {} \;
> foo
> find: foo: No such file or directory

find(1)...
* sees the directory entry "foo";
* evalutes the expression for it, which as a side effect executes
  an action;
* tries to recurse into "foo", since it is a directory.

That's perfectly reasonable.  find(1) can't know that the action
removed the directory.  If your exec removes a directory, you should
tell find(1) to not recurse into it:

$ find foo -type d -prune -execdir rm -rv {} \;

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Christian "naddy" Weisgerber                          naddy@mips.inka.de



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