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Hi

I would like to a long list of files up to a given date. I've tried:
ls -al > filelist
but this command gives me all the files. I've also have tried the find command:
find . -mtime -10 -type f -print > filelist
This gives me information on active file within the past 10 days and that's what I need, but I would also like the rwx information, size and date on the file as the long listing gives.

Can anyone help?
Thank you very much.
rlh
 
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AVInfo - Audio/Video file information automatic extractor SYNOPSIS
avinfo [FILENAME] [OPTIONS] [TEMPLATE] [OUTPUT] avinfo [-l=FILELIST] [OPTIONS] [TEMPLATE] [OUTPUT] avinfo -l- [OPTIONS] [TEMPLATE] [OUTPUT] avinfo [--help | --version] DESCRIPTION
Extracts information from FILENAME or files in FILELIST and generates a report. OPTIONS: -f=extension forces the use of module associated with extension -l=list use filelist (use -l- for stdin) -i=ms delay between files in filelist (in ms) (/*TODO*/) -e=ext exclude an extension (do not apply associated module) -m=number max line length (0 - no restriction) -s=value for advanced tuning of modules (/*TODO*/) -v=name=value set int. variable 'name' to 'value' (text or number) External TEMPLATEs: -th=template header template (string, use without value to disable) -thf=filename get header template from a file -tb=template body template (string, use without value to disable) -tbf=filename get body template from a file -tf=template footer template (string, use without value to disable) -tff=filename get footer template from a file Built-in TEMPLATEs: --default used by default --description for creating (updating) descrpipt.ion files --list for filelist (plain text) generation --html-list for filelist (html) generation --csv-list for filelist (CSV, e.g. for Excel) --short alt. version of --default template --far "nice" formated report (for FAR Manager) (contains MS-DOS pseudographic characters) OUTPUT: -o=file file to write the report to (default is stdout) Other OPTIONS: --help prints this help page --version prints avinfo version and copyright You can use ':' instead of '=' in all OPTIONS or just omit it. TEMPLATEs use AVInfo Simple Script (A.S.S.) syntax. Examples of commands: avinfo file.ogm --raw find . -name '*.avi' -print | avinfo -l- --html-list -o=avilist.html avinfo -l:list -thf:header -tbf=body -tff=footer >report SEE ALSO
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