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comment Edit a file via a script yet maintain the osx tags
I believe that in this specific use case you can use "sed -i" for inline editing. This will keep tags in place. Not posting as answer as it doesn't answer part about copying tags and you can't always use inline editing.
Feb
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Jan
22
comment Pacman Package manager in LFS
Could you add that "really old" links into the question? Also if something is 404 it's very likely that it was archived on archive.org
Jan
22
revised install two operating systems on a smartphone
LDR not DLR
Jan
8
revised How to use Cut and Grep command to find data separated by “:”
formatting
Jan
8
answered How do I keep running a command in the same area of the console window? (“w”)
Jan
7
reviewed Approve vorbis tag wiki excerpt
Jan
7
reviewed Approve rsync hangs unless I defrag ext4 filesystem
Dec
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Nov
17
comment Yum update error: “can't start new thread”
Yup. It was typo. Fixed now.
Nov
17
revised Yum update error: “can't start new thread”
command fix
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May
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comment Setting `$EDITOR` to open file in local emacs session
Another approach: andy.wordpress.com/2013/01/03/automatic-emacsclient
May
1
reviewed Approve How to do arithmetic manipulations on entire rows in LibreOffice
May
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reviewed Approve Script. How to sort and move catalogs