These are the GNU file management utilities. Most of these programs
have significant advantages over their Unix counterparts, such as
greater speed, additional options, and fewer arbitrary limits.
The programs that can be built with this package are: chgrp, chown,
chmod, cp, dd, df, du, install, ln, dir, vdir, ls, mkdir, mvdir, mkfifo,
mknod, mv, rm, rmdir, sync and touch. But mvdir is built on
User-visible changes in release 3.12:
User-visible changes in release 3.11:
User-visible changes in release 3.10:
* mkdir -p now ignores arguments that are existing directories. Before,
(contrary to POSIX spec) it would attempt to change ownership and/or
protections of existing directories. And it would fail when such a
directory was owned by another user.
* Fix bug in cp t