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bio website elijah.mirecki.com
location Toronto, Canada
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I am currently working as a mobile developer at Carpages.ca (Android & iOS).

Languages:

  • C++
  • Objective-C
  • Java
  • PHP
  • JavaScript
  • Swift (currently learning)

I have minor experience with other languages such as Python, Perl, Lua, BASH, and others.

I mainly use Arch Linux, except at work where I have two computers (an Arch box and an OS X box for iOS development).


Jan
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comment GNU find include parent directories
Wow, that is actually a pretty cool solution. The issue, though, is that 'hello.txt' still exists when this in run. If you could get it to remove that as well, make this an answer.
Jan
29
comment GNU find include parent directories
No, basically my goal is for find to ignore all of the directories leading up to the wanted file, but still delete other files and directories in the tree.
Jan
29
revised GNU find include parent directories
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Jan
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accepted GNU find include parent directories
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revised GNU find include parent directories
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Jan
28
comment GNU find include parent directories
Unfortunately, this wouldn't work. There are other files throughout the tree. For instance, it wouldn't work if you added the file ./foo/another.txt
Jan
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asked GNU find include parent directories
Jan
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revised USB keyboard randomly stops working (can't reset device error: -32)
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revised USB keyboard randomly stops working (can't reset device error: -32)
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revised USB keyboard randomly stops working (can't reset device error: -32)
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Dec
24
comment USB keyboard randomly stops working (can't reset device error: -32)
No, but I have another one (same model) that it hasn't happened to, so I could try swapping and see what happens.. I will post an update.
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asked USB keyboard randomly stops working (can't reset device error: -32)
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Nov
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comment Debian: Startup in Console Mode?
Press Ctrl-Alt-F1, and then you might find this helpful... debianadmin.com/…
Feb
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answered Upgrading GCC on CentOS