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mdir(1) [bsd man page]

MDIR(1) 						      General Commands Manual							   MDIR(1)

NAME
mdir - display an MSDOS directory SYNOPSIS
mdir [ -w ] msdosdirectory mdir [ -w ] msdosfile [ msdosfiles... ] DESCRIPTION
Mdir displays the contents of an MSDOS directory. Mdir will allow the following command line option: w Wide output. This option will print the filenames across the page without displaying the file size or creation date. An error occurs if a component of the path is not a directory. MSDOS subdirectory names are supported with either the '/' or '' separator. The use of the '' separator or wildcards will require the names to be enclosed in quotes to protect them from the shell. The mcd command may be used to establish the device and the current working directory (relative to MSDOS), otherwise the default is A:/. SEE ALSO
mcd(1) BUGS
Allows multiple arguments, which does not follow the MSDOS convention. There is no /P (pause) option. local MDIR(1)

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mdir(1) 						      General Commands Manual							   mdir(1)

NAME
mdir - mtools utility to display contents of a DOS directory SYNOPSIS
mdir [-w] msdosdirectory mdir [-w] msdosfile [msdosfile...] OPTIONS
Specifies wide output. Enables file names to be displayed across the page without displaying the file size or creation date. DESCRIPTION
The mdir command lists the contents of a DOS directory. Unlike the DOS convention, multiple arguments are supported. If the component of the path is not a directory, an error occurs. The mdir command assumes a new disk if the current path held in the file is invalid. DOS subdirectory names that contain the '/' or '' separator are supported. If you use the '' separator or wildcards, you must enclose file names in quotes to protect them from the shell. The mcd command can be used to establish the device and the current working directory (relative to DOS), otherwise the default is A:. RESTRICTIONS
The mdir command does not support the /P (pause) option. EXIT STATUS
The following exit values are returned: Success. Failure. ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
The following environment variables affect the execution of mdir: If set, this variable names the file that contains the name of the cur- rent mtools working directory as established by the mcd command. If this variable is not set, the file $HOME/.mcwd is used. FILES
Contains the name of the current mtools working directory as established by the mcd command. If this file does not exist, the default mtools working directory is A:. Executable file SEE ALSO
Commands: mcd(1), mtools(1) mdir(1)

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