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README.md

ffind

A very simple Rust program to search in your folders with the CLI

Features

This utility allows you to search recursively in your folders for a filename with the CLI. It ignores the upper/lower case, so it makes file search very easy.

Usage

$ ffind filename
./path/to/filename

By default, ffind doesn't dive into .something folders. If you want to enable deep search, issue:

$ffind -d filename
./path/to/filename

Or:

$ ffind --deep filename
./path/to/filename

By default, ffind searches in the current directory. If you want to search in another folder, then this command is made for you:

$ ffind --dir=/bin bash
/bin/bash

The output is colorized by default. If you want an uncolorized output, then you can set the NO_COLOR variable or use this command:

$ ffind --no-color filename
./path/to/filename

Compilation

First clone the repository:

git clone git://github.com/josephscade/ffind.git

Then you have to install the following dependencies:

  • rust
  • cargo

Then compile install it with Cargo:

cargo install

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