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Sep
11
revised The best way to make MacVim's vim (console, not mvim) the default instead of Mac OS X's vim?
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Sep
11
comment The best way to make MacVim's vim (console, not mvim) the default instead of Mac OS X's vim?
Since I said I'm already using homebrew, I think this is indeed the best option: I didn't know this option was possible. Thanks!
Sep
11
accepted The best way to make MacVim's vim (console, not mvim) the default instead of Mac OS X's vim?
Sep
11
comment The best way to make MacVim's vim (console, not mvim) the default instead of Mac OS X's vim?
That's why I'm thinking about /usr/local/bin and not /usr/bin. homebrew uses /usr/local/bin for some formulas so I don't think it's going to be a problem.
Sep
11
comment The best way to make MacVim's vim (console, not mvim) the default instead of Mac OS X's vim?
Hum, but you gave me an idea: if I symlink vim to /usr/local/bin and using the $PATH approach, it may work.
Sep
11
revised The best way to make MacVim's vim (console, not mvim) the default instead of Mac OS X's vim?
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Sep
11
comment The best way to make MacVim's vim (console, not mvim) the default instead of Mac OS X's vim?
I don't want to make mvim the default. I want to call MacVim's vim (/Users/user/Applications/MacVim.app/Contents/MacOS/Vim) when I write down vim on terminal instead of system's vim (/usr/bin/vim).
Sep
11
comment The best way to make MacVim's vim (console, not mvim) the default instead of Mac OS X's vim?
Since vim is an interactive application, doing an alias that overrides the System's Vim isn't going to be that harmful, I guess...
Sep
11
revised The best way to make MacVim's vim (console, not mvim) the default instead of Mac OS X's vim?
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Sep
11
comment The best way to make MacVim's vim (console, not mvim) the default instead of Mac OS X's vim?
Actually, it would be alias vim="/Users/user/Applications/MacVim.app/Contents/MacOS/Vim", since I want to link to the MacVim's console vim and not the gui version.
Sep
11
asked The best way to make MacVim's vim (console, not mvim) the default instead of Mac OS X's vim?
Sep
11
accepted Have an add-on for Firefox like NoScript, but for cookies (that make possible to whitelist while surfing the web)?
Sep
8
comment Have an add-on for Firefox like NoScript, but for cookies (that make possible to whitelist while surfing the web)?
I was looking EXACTLY for something like this. I'm just going to wait a little more if someone posts another plugin or have something to say about Cookie Monster before marking your answer as accepted. :)
Sep
8
comment Have an add-on for Firefox like NoScript, but for cookies (that make possible to whitelist while surfing the web)?
The View Page Info approach is indeed better than reaching preferences, still not the solution I'm looking for, but at least is a Plan B. Thanks!
Sep
8
revised Have an add-on for Firefox like NoScript, but for cookies (that make possible to whitelist while surfing the web)?
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Sep
8
asked Have an add-on for Firefox like NoScript, but for cookies (that make possible to whitelist while surfing the web)?
Aug
26
accepted How to convert Windows filenames (from a checksums.md5) to *nix notation so I can use it on my shell with md5sum?
Aug
26
comment How to convert Windows filenames (from a checksums.md5) to *nix notation so I can use it on my shell with md5sum?
I needed to add "./" at the beginning of the line as well since the checksums aren't with the full path... but thanks. Since it wasn't working, I thought it was the special characters, but your answer made me look for other problems (that's why I marked it as accepted). Thanks.
Aug
25
comment How to convert Windows filenames (from a checksums.md5) to *nix notation so I can use it on my shell with md5sum?
No, the files that were copied to the external ntfs drive had a md5 checksum, I'm copying them again to the machine and want to verify the checksums, but the checksums.md5 is using windows file listing notation and I need to convert it to *nix. I've edited the question with more information and a concrete example.
Aug
25
revised How to convert Windows filenames (from a checksums.md5) to *nix notation so I can use it on my shell with md5sum?
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