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Oct
9
comment Is negative look-behind supported in OSX grep?
It is worth mentioning that the version of ack installed via Homebrew does not support variable length lookbehind (e.g. find . | ack 'node_modules(?<!.*node_modules)').
Sep
11
comment Is there a way to make Chrome assume a domain's certificate is valid (in other words, skip validating its certificate)?
@Fazer87 Thanks! Blocked it now.
Sep
11
revised Is there a way to make Chrome assume a domain's certificate is valid (in other words, skip validating its certificate)?
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Sep
11
asked Is there a way to make Chrome assume a domain's certificate is valid (in other words, skip validating its certificate)?
Nov
14
asked Can I use ProxyCommand to run arbitrary commands on a target server via a jumpbox/middle server?
Sep
25
awarded  Famous Question
Jul
22
awarded  Yearling
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
28
asked Are there any dictionaries for Chrome that have more words out of the box?
Mar
11
awarded  Famous Question
Mar
10
comment Tmux copy-pipe with mouse selection
@Chris: Do you know if the bug that you have mentioned above is fixed in 1.9?
Sep
1
accepted Is there a way to avoid this crippling prompt effect in Terminal on OS X?
Aug
26
answered Is there a way to avoid this crippling prompt effect in Terminal on OS X?
Aug
26
asked Is there a way to avoid this crippling prompt effect in Terminal on OS X?
Jun
17
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May
23
comment Command-line application for converting SVG to PNG on Mac OS X
Even with density, the conversion does not generate an image that is as sharp as a vector image. Try Apache Batik instead.
May
23
awarded  Critic
May
23
answered Command-line application for converting SVG to PNG on Mac OS X
May
23
comment Command-line application for converting SVG to PNG on Mac OS X
This won't work well if you want to resize the SVG as it generates blurry images.
May
14
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