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A happy developer. But she's the main() reason:
Me and Jéssica


Aug
31
answered How to execute .sh file on Windows?
Aug
31
comment How to execute .sh file on Windows?
Well, you're right.
Aug
31
accepted How to monitor a folder for changes, and execute a command if it does, on Windows?
Aug
31
comment How to monitor a folder for changes, and execute a command if it does, on Windows?
Wow - that one looks super nice. I'll choose this as an answer (even if I already got what I needed from another one) since it probably is much more useful and versatile than the one I'm using, for other people (and maybe me in the future!). +1 and accepted!
Aug
31
answered How to monitor a folder for changes, and execute a command if it does, on Windows?
Aug
31
comment How to monitor a folder for changes, and execute a command if it does, on Windows?
I'm aware of how easy it is to code this in .NET - I just didn't want to. But I'm trying this one which is free, may just work too! +1 for the recommendation, that one seems nice too.
Aug
31
comment How to monitor a folder for changes, and execute a command if it does, on Windows?
Ah, thanks. I'm currently trying out another utility, but +1!
Aug
31
asked How to monitor a folder for changes, and execute a command if it does, on Windows?
Aug
31
comment Auto-execute command after going to a folder with the CD command
Why do you need that anyway? Sounds fishy.
Aug
31
comment How to execute .sh file on Windows?
drop the #!/bin/sh, and change the extention to bat, and it might work with a few more fixes. What?! I suspect you never tried this... On Windows, even the simpliest bash capabilities are unsupported or require lengthy syntax.
Aug
23
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
27
comment Should I kill zombie process in my system?
You see how much this is a gamer's community by the whole zombie-killing feeling in this thread.
Jul
27
comment Is Mac OS X open source?
But, even if Apple were to close the source, the (old) BSD-licensed versions would still be "free", right? Also, just the kernel isn't "most of OS X"... and I'd assume the kernel is pretty limited (compared with Linux or Windows') considering OS X runs (officially) on just a handful of first-party computers.
Jul
27
comment Windows Kernel Name\Version?
@umar please, keep CAPS LOCK off...
Jul
27
comment Is Mac OS X open source?
None of these are GNU licensed - most BSD varients are BSD licensed, reading this someone might think the BSD license is more restrictive than GNU...
Jul
27
comment Is Mac OS X open source?
Wow, CUPS is from Apple?! That one's news for me...
Jul
21
comment Would a 7z archive and a copy of the MBR be a complete disk backup?
Oh, WinRAR does not have this limitation, just noticed.
Jul
21
comment Would a 7z archive and a copy of the MBR be a complete disk backup?
You seem to have more experience than I do and it doesn't look like Acronis or Ghost are all that great - and dd has the aforementioned limitations. In my lookout, however, it looks like WinRAR can be a better candidate than 7z for a number of reasons...
Jul
21
accepted Would a 7z archive and a copy of the MBR be a complete disk backup?
Jul
21
comment Would a 7z archive and a copy of the MBR be a complete disk backup?
I'll consider this answer correct, and if it is I'm ok with the implications of another file in the backup process.