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Returns the most recently modified file in the current (or specified) directory. You can also get the oldest file, via:
ls -t1 $* | tail-1 ;
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Coming back to a project directory after sometime elsewhere?
Need to know what the most recently modified files are?
This little function "t" is one of my most frequent commands.
I have a tcsh alias for it also:
alias t 'ls -ltch \!* | head -20'
If you can do better, submit your command here.
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