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I'm a Python developer from the north of England (but a long way from home).

csx - extended cascading stylesheets
fix - simple test fixtures
ook - version-sensitive monkeypatching

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Oct
24
comment Compose key confusion concerning 'ç' and 'ć'
@mr.spuratic just add <Multi_key> <comma> <apostrophe> <c> : "ḉ" U1E09 # LATIN SMALL LETTER C WITH CEDILLA AND ACUTE to your ~/.XCompose file :-)
Aug
17
comment Bash Script does nothing
let us continue this discussion in chat
Aug
17
comment Bash Script does nothing
No ... use ls -l /usr/bin/te*. There's a reason I'm suggesting this.
Aug
17
comment Bash Script does nothing
@Babbleshack are you sure that you successfully made the link? What's in /usr/bin?
Aug
17
comment Bash Script does nothing
@Babbleshack that probably means your ln -s ./test.sh /usr/bin failed ... do you see an entry for /usr/bin/test.sh if you type ls -l /usr/bin/te*?
Aug
2
comment How to pass a terminal command as an argument to another command
@Lauri Ranta please don't change code in an answer. It's especially confusing when your change alters something which had been deliberately kept the same as in the question for demonstration purposes.
Jul
12
comment Should you install sudo even if you're the only person using the server?
Yes. You should never login as root
Jun
3
comment what is -z option in test command(linux)
@WilliamPursell Good catch - I've added a little to the answer per your comment.
Jun
3
comment what is -z option in test command(linux)
Nope - you don't understand how test -z works. Try it for yourself.
Jun
3
comment what is -z option in test command(linux)
@DesirePRG Yes, an exit status of 0 indicates success - it's not a boolean value. Commands can return any exit status from 0 to 255, which is used to inform the user / other programs what kind of error happened (where "0" is "no error").
Jun
3
comment what is -z option in test command(linux)
Suggest you read the question again ...