Simple question, I'm running the following find command:
find . -type d \( -path ./.git -o \ -path ./log -o \ -path ./public -o \ -path ./tmp \) \ -prune -o \ -print
To list all the files in my directory, excluding the specified directories.
This works great, however, what I want to also do is exclude any actual directories from the output, so if there is a directory structure as follows:
test -- foo.text -- bar.text
when I run my command I'd like to see:
. ./test ./test/foo.text ./test/bar.text
Can anybody help?