[Pkg-postgresql-public] Bug#808924: pgadmin3 uses deprecated find -perm +xxx syntax, please switch to find -perm /+++

Andreas Metzler ametzler at debian.org
Thu Dec 24 12:29:27 UTC 2015

Package: pgadmin3
Version: 1.20.0-3
User: ametzler at debian.org
Usertags: find-perm-plus


the pgadmin3 package uses find -perm +xxx. This GNU extension
syntax is deprecated and does not work in GNU findutils 4.5.11 and
later. Please change to find -perm /xxx instead.

The new syntax was introduced in 4.2.25 (October 2005) and should
therefore be available on any relevant system.


        #We skip nested apps here - those are treated specially
    	todo=$(file `find ./ -perm +0111 ! -type d ! -path "*.app/*" ! -name "*.app"` | grep -E "Mach-O (i386 )?executable" | awk -F ':| ' '{ORS=" "; print $1}' | uniq)
    	echo "App: $tag: Found executables: $todo"

    PathRank: 1.3797463, Final: 1.4480438

cu Andreas
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