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See also 11.6.1 Directory utilities for high-level API.
glob(3)function. pattern is a file pattern like sh(1): a character `
?' matches any single character, `
*' matches zero or more characters, `
[abc]' matches either `
b' or `
c'. If no pathname matches pattern, an empty list is returned.
If the undelying platform doesn't have
glob(), this function
signals an error of "feature not supported".
Note: it is known that on some systems glob() implementation has a security issue. Gauche will eventually implment glob() functionality in itself.
See section 22.214.171.124 File stats, to check if a path is actually a directory.