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accepted Accessing fish functions from perl
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accepted stderr over ssh -t
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answered How can I propagate my SSH pub key to a list of servers without having to type my password in over and over?
May
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asked Force less to deal with long lines
May
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comment Accessing fish functions from perl
I respectfully disagree that forcing a function to be globally visible is more powerful than being able to keep it locally visible: I often create a throw-away function called doit. If I create a function in two different windows I do not want one definition to overwrite the other.
May
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answered Accessing fish functions from perl
May
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comment Accessing fish functions from perl
@cuonglm I tested with 2.1.1. This still does not work: setenv quux (echo foo;echo bar); echo "$quux". It works beautifully in Bash: quux=$(echo foo;echo bar); echo "$quux"
May
20
comment Accessing fish functions from perl
Would that not violate the first design principle for fish? fishshell.com/docs/current/design.html
May
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revised Accessing fish functions from perl
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May
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comment Accessing fish functions from perl
Assume it is a function that I will never use again, can I avoid saving it?
May
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asked Accessing fish functions from perl
May
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revised How to execute a bash command in all possible subdirectories?
Only execute command if 'cd' succeeds. Guard against dirs witn \n
May
17
comment How to execute a bash command in all possible subdirectories?
GNU Parallel has -0 and --null. OP writes that he has subdirectories. So it is likely not a malicious user. I have yet to see a dir name with \n that was made by a non-malicious user. Spaces, yes. Quotes, yes. Star, tildes and pipes, yes. But never \n.
May
13
comment GNU/Linux swapping blocks system
@Otheus That would cause the system to run out of memory. But it would probably run fine until then.
May
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accepted setpgrp causes tty gone
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asked setpgrp causes tty gone
May
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comment correct xargs parallel usage
xargs -P and > is opening up for race conditions because of the half-line problem gnu.org/software/parallel/… Using GNU Parallel instead will not have that problem.