I'm using the GnuWin32 libraries on a Windows 7 machine. I do not like that the
ls command shows NTFS hidden files. I've found two methods to hide these files.
One solution is to mount the partition using the
hide_hid_files mount option in linux, which is not useful for me because I'm using Windows.
The other solution involves using
.hidden files, which would be burdensome to manually maintain.
It should be possible to write a script that creates these files on the fly and then call
ls afterward. Should I write the script I described or is there a better way to achieve the desired output? Does anyone have a script for this situation already made?