Before I begin please assume I have only basic knowledge in UNIX. Basic meaning I have only started reading about it since last week for a work related purpose.
I have been experimenting with the
ls command to provide lists of a particular directory containing video media. I needed to display the filename, filesize and the date it was created. I achieved this by using the command:
This was fine but the search also included the sub-directories within this directory. After searching I found another command which displays the files and excludes the folders:
find . -maxdepth 1 -not -type d
What I would like to know is if there is a command that can find all files within the directory excluding sub-directories and display their filenames, size and the date they were created.
P.S. I am also using Terminal - bash on Mac OS 10.6.8 if that helps.