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PRs for manpage 'ls(1)'

This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'ls(1)' as of Fri May 30 07:37:55 2014 UTC. See notes.

PRs for manpage 'ls(1)':
o2014/04/27bin/189057[PATCH] Adding an option to ls(1) to display file permissions in octal
o2010/11/04kern/151942fs[zfs] [panic] panic during ls(1) zfs snapshot directory
o2009/11/10docs/140435ls(1), section STANDARD: the -A is exception from POSIX also
o2007/09/17bin/116425[patch] [request] ls(1) options for pre-sort of directories first or last, & listing of directories or non-directories explicitly
a2007/05/12bin/112613vwels(1): 'ls -l' is very slow or doesn't work at all
o2004/08/22standards/70813standards[patch] ls(1) not Posix compliant
6 problems total.


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