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find every file updated by a command

May 29, 2018


The post lists a way to find every file that gets updated by a command.


To find every file use a "start" file and find's -cnewer flag:



How this Works


touch start creates or updates a a file called start before each command. You can name your start file something other than start.


The rest of the command is documented @ find sort by date.






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