[Ecls-list] Getting directory contents on Unix

Duong "Yang" Ha Nguyen cmpitg at gmail.com
Thu Mar 3 07:25:55 UTC 2011

On Tue, 1 Mar 2011, Zach Beane wrote:

> Say I have a directory structure like this:
>   /tmp/x/a.txt
>   /tmp/x/b.txt (a symlink to a.txt)
> Is there any function I can call to get a list of #p"/tmp/x/a.txt" and
> #p"/tmp/x/b.txt? On sbcl, for example, I can pass :resolve-symlinks nil
> to CL:DIRECTORY. What (if anything) can I use in ECL?
> Thanks,
> Zach
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Hi Zach,

Not sure I understand what you need but have you tried Peter Seibel's

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