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List files

see also : ls - gvfs-info


gvfs-ls [OPTION...] [LOCATION...]

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gvfs-ls lists information about the given locations. If no location is given, it defaults to the current directory.

gvfs-ls is similar to the traditional ls utility, but using gvfs locations instead of local files: for example you can use something like smb://server/resource/file.txt as location.

File attributes can be specified with their gvfs name, e.g. standard::icon, or just by namespace, e.g. unix, or by '*' which matches all attributes. Several attributes or groups can be specified, separated by comma.


The following options are understood:

-?, --help

Prints a short help text and exits.

-a, --attributes=ATTRIBUTES

The attributes to get, specified as a comma-separated list of gvfs file attribute names.

-h, --hidden

Show hidden files.

-l, --long

Use a long listing format.

-c, --show-completions=PREFIX

Show only filenames starting with PREFIX.

-n, --no-follow-symlinks

Don't follow symlinks.

exit status

On success 0 is returned, a non-zero failure code otherwise.

gvfs ls [option ]

see also

ls , gvfs-info

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