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Author pitrou
Recipients eli.bendersky, eric.araujo, giampaolo.rodola, ncoghlan, pitrou, r.david.murray, ubershmekel
Date 2012-02-09.16:16:53
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> >> * Behave like a glob for every subdirectory. Meaning that every
> >> relative path gets a '*/' prepended to it. Eg rglob('c/d') started
> >> from the directory 'a' will yield 'a/b/c/d'.
> > That's what I would expect. That way, rglob('') would
> > find all files named beneath the current directory.
> Perhaps we should make a single exemption for double dots eg
> rglob('../../') starts the walk 2 folders out of the curdir
> and looks for '*/'.

This would be quirky. I don't think '..' should be treated specially.
(there's also the symlinks problem)
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2012-02-09 16:16:54pitrousetrecipients: + pitrou, ncoghlan, giampaolo.rodola, eric.araujo, r.david.murray, eli.bendersky, ubershmekel
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