Print Directory will read the current directory or the directories listed on the command line and display the contents showing the "files" first, then the "directories". This program can be used instead of "ls".
|Operating Systems||Unix POSIX Solaris Linux|
Release Notes: The entire compile and deployment process was changed. autoconf and automake are now used. Users only need to run ./configure, make, make install instead of manually modifying the Makefile. This release also removes un- needed calls to free() because the command will free memory when it exits.
No changes have been submitted for this release.