Don't require s3:// prefix on ls commands #626

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jamesls commented Feb 1, 2014

The path will always refer to an s3 object,
so it's not necessary to specify s3://. Now
we support both versions:

  • aws s3 ls s3://bucket-name
  • aws s3 ls bucket-name
@jamesls jamesls Don't require s3:// prefix on ls commands
The path will always refer to an s3 object,
so it's not necessary to specify s3://.  Now
we support both versions:

* aws s3 ls s3://bucket-name
* aws s3 ls bucket-name
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garnaat commented Feb 1, 2014

LGTM

jamesls merged commit 1790949 into aws:develop Feb 3, 2014

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