I'm trying to recurse through an input directory tree that has thousands of zip files… I don't care about "latest" or "size" … all I need is sfk to return me the QUICKEST way 1000 files at a time so I can "move" them to a separate folder to be trickle loaded/extracted/etc into my application.. does sfk have a -quickest=n feature that will return N files?? the -size and -late etc options take forever on this big subtree so I can't use those..thanks
there is no such option, but i see it can be useful and can be done with low effort, so i'll put it on the todo list.
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