How about a --min-size option, next to --max-size
paul at debian.org
Wed May 4 09:49:32 GMT 2005
On Thu 28 Apr 2005, Wayne Davison wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 25, 2005 at 03:10:52PM +0200, Paul Slootman wrote:
> > Would a patch for --min-size be acceptable?
> Firstly, thanks for the patch -- I've tweaked it a bit and checked it
I just saw that my patch for the manpage copied the example from
--max-size a bit too literally...:
+may be a fractional value (e.g. "bf(--max-size=1.5m)").
That should probably be something like:
+may be a fractional value (e.g. "bf(--min-size=2.5k)").
Additionally, the --max-size description could now simply refer to the
--min-size text for explanation of the SIZE value, something like:
dit(bf(--max-size=SIZE)) This tells rsync to avoid transferring any
file that is larger than the specified SIZE. See bf(--min-size) above
for the description of SIZE.
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