[Haskell-cafe] Perform a research a la Unix 'find'
limestrael at gmail.com
Sun Aug 22 12:56:48 EDT 2010
I looked at both, and I have encoding issues with both.
My locale is fr_FR.utf8
For instance, with HSH:
I have a 'bar' directory, containing a file 'fooé'
run $ "find bar" :: IO [String]
returns me : ["bar", "bar/foo*\233*"]
and run $ "find bar -name fooé"
When I provoke an error by running:
run $ "find fooé"
it says :
find: "foo*\351*": No file or directory
So it is not the same encoding!
2010/8/22 Yves Parès <limestrael at gmail.com>
> Thanks for the HSH link, Magnus.
> Concerning FileManip, it seems that I can't perform easily a
> case-insensitive search (for instance with find, you just use -iname instead
> of -name). Am I wrong?
> 2010/8/22 Magnus Therning <magnus at therning.org>
>> On 22/08/10 16:32, Yves Parès wrote:
>> > Hello,
>> > I would like to recode in Haskell a piece of bash program that uses
>> > The advantage of find is that it is quite easy to use and fast.
>> > Is there a package that let us access to find-like functionnalities,
>> > similar performances? Or at least some C functions that could be used
>> > through the FFI?
>> > (I would like to avoid to recur through directories and match files
>> > I tried it and the search lasts for ages).
>> Take a look at HSH on hackage. I've used that many times to inject some
>> sanity into stuff that I used to do with bash.
>> Magnus Therning (OpenPGP: 0xAB4DFBA4)
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