1. perldoc -q 'date|time' FAQ -- and -- making same change to *lots* of files, *without* date changed
2. making same change to *lots* of files, *without* date changed
Well, it's time to bite the bullet, and quit fighting
the idea (requirement?) that "/home" isn't for my own
use, but for the automounter's.
Way back with sunos (before solaris), use rooted a lot
of our stuff at /home, and refer to it throughout our
But solaris says no can do, unless you hack the automounter
Well, the time has come to modify several hundred files,
changing every /home to /myhome.
But doing that will *** up the creation dates of the
files, on which I rely to remind me what I've been
working on recently.
Since I want to make this change to just about EVERYTHING,
I think it best if the dates do NOT change.
So, my question: how would *you* accomplish this task?
(maybe via a oneliner, the argument being a list of
the files that need this minor change?)
Yes, I've seen the faq, but before I try that,
I'd ask here if someone had already doine something
(Plus knew the dangers involved of dateless-hacking.)
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