How can I make the
ls command in Max OS X Lion sort files and directories similar to how Ubuntu Linux does (case-insensitive, directories NOT on top, dot files NOT on top)? Ideally I'd like to do this without piping output to another command such as sort.
For example, I want to see:
foo Foobar MyStuff/ .stuff/ test.txt
.stuff Foobar MyStuff/ foo test.txt
ls sort order is controlled by the system's locale, specifically
LC_COLLATE=en_US.UTF-8, ls will sort items like I want. When
ls will sort similar to OS X.
LC_COLLATE is set to
en_US.UTF-8 in OS X, but
ls still sorts the old
POSIX way. Does anyone know how I can make this behave more like Linux?