You know, with a box with 4MB of RAM (or indeed 2MB, which should still
be possible on a Linux-system), a 2MB command-line is a very effective
> > xargs is there for purpose...
> xargs is very ugly. I want to rm 12*. Just plain "rm 12*". *Not* "find
> . -name "12*" | xargs rm, which has terrible issues with files names
> "xyzzy bla"
> "12 xyzzy bla"
> I do not want to deal with xargs. Xargs was made to workaround
> limitation at command line size (and is broken in itself). Now we have
> hardware that can handle bigger commandlines just fine, xargs should
> be killed.
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