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Sep
27
answered Why does my mapping of <C-PageX> to :bY not work in gvim?
Sep
27
comment Why does my mapping of <C-PageX> to :bY not work in gvim?
Well, not according to this (c.f. second paragraph under Unused Keys).
Sep
27
comment Why does my mapping of <C-PageX> to :bY not work in gvim?
No. That would be :nnoremap; two ns.
Sep
26
asked Why does my mapping of <C-PageX> to :bY not work in gvim?
Sep
26
comment Is there a basic tutorial for grep, awk and sed?
You betcha! :)
Sep
22
comment `$XAUTHORITY` appears from 'nowhere' on su+tmux
It's too bad my theory didn't pan out but if you fix it, please post your solution.
Sep
20
comment ls'ing through an entire directory tree to produce one pipeable list of files
Does the OP want a list of files in the text file or the contents of the files in the text file? I interpreted the question as the latter.
Sep
20
comment ls'ing through an entire directory tree to produce one pipeable list of files
Dude, where do you learn this stuff? Awesome!
Sep
20
revised `$XAUTHORITY` appears from 'nowhere' on su+tmux
Clarified use of ~
Sep
20
comment `$XAUTHORITY` appears from 'nowhere' on su+tmux
Actually I meant ~ as a shorthand to (what I presumed) was your home directory. I've edited.
Sep
20
answered `$XAUTHORITY` appears from 'nowhere' on su+tmux
Sep
20
comment `$XAUTHORITY` appears from 'nowhere' on su+tmux
Could you be more specific about when you are executing what?
Sep
9
comment Why does the substitution of newlines using g/re/p only apply to every other line in Vim?
That's fantastic!
Sep
8
accepted Why does the substitution of newlines using g/re/p only apply to every other line in Vim?
Sep
8
awarded  Critic
Sep
8
asked Why does the substitution of newlines using g/re/p only apply to every other line in Vim?
Sep
8
answered Symbolic link and hard link questions
Sep
7
answered How do I find where a port is?
Sep
6
answered How can I suppress unneeded output from emacsclient?
Sep
6
comment Is there any option with 'ls' command that I see only the directories?
Nice. I never considered that directories have an implicit / on the end--but now that I see you answer it makes sense. After all, tab-completion always adds it.