I inquired on the dev list, did not sound like I had posted this RFE before, so here goes...
Some time ago I ran up against unhelpful behavior with SysFileTree on *nix and the "dotted 'hidden' file/directory concept".
I recall it being stated that a new switch would be required in order to produce a SysFileTree of ALLLLLL files/directories recursively WITHOUT ANY REGARD to "dotted 'hidden' files/directories".
As is, I must do four separate calls to SysFileTree and merge the stem outputs, to get a close representation. Once for each of the following:
And the catch is that it is not guaranteed to pick up dotted files several levels inside a dotted directory name, etc...
Since one enhancement to SysFileTree has recently been committed, with code fresh in the minds of developers, would an additional enhancement to really support ALLLLL files/directories/both be
considered provided a new letter identifier option switch?
Doing so would at least produce consistent cross platform output between Windows and Linux, which I would be most appreciative of.