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Jul
15
comment Is there a robust command line tool for processing csv files?
Even better, use Pandas. It is explicitly designed to work with tabular data.
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Jun
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awarded  Caucus
May
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accepted Zsh completion of brew formulas
Apr
28
revised Functions defined in .zshrc not found when running script
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Apr
28
comment Functions defined in .zshrc not found when running script
Thanks @Gilles. Besides references to .zshenv, do you know what else is potentially missing?
Apr
28
accepted Functions defined in .zshrc not found when running script
Apr
28
comment Functions defined in .zshrc not found when running script
Thanks -- Is there an equivalent mechanism for Bash?
Apr
28
revised Functions defined in .zshrc not found when running script
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Apr
28
asked Functions defined in .zshrc not found when running script
Apr
28
comment Running a cron job from another shell
Thanks @Ghassan. I didn't have a working shebang, partly because of I was suffering from the same problem reported here‌​. I should be able to fix this now.
Apr
28
accepted Running a cron job from another shell
Apr
27
asked Running a cron job from another shell
Apr
27
asked Zsh completion of brew formulas
Apr
13
awarded  Yearling
Feb
13
awarded  Critic
Jan
29
revised /etc/paths in OS X and other Unices
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Jan
29
asked /etc/paths in OS X and other Unices
Jan
24
accepted Redirect output half-way through a script, and restore later
Jan
23
accepted Full path in glob in Zsh