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comment Is there a shortcut to mkdir foo and immediately cd into it?
@slhck actually that was the point of quixote: cd even if mkdir fails (for instance if it already exists, forcing the user to write a second command to actually cd to the path). However contrarily to what this answers says, that's not for easiness: && is not more complicated than ;.
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comment What are some options for transfering large files without using the Internet?
You can easily parallelize pigeons without line installation costs!
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accepted Shell script Mac OS X App : get its path
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comment Shell script Mac OS X App : get its path
The problem with find is that it is VERY long, and may find another copy of the program... The problem with which is that it does not find any .app bundle...
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comment Shell script Mac OS X App : get its path
In my case, the shell script IS the App's executable.
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comment Shell script Mac OS X App : get its path
Mmmh not working with basename... I found a different solution: DIR=$(cd "$(dirname "$0")"; pwd) is it better or equivalent?
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comment Shell script Mac OS X App : get its path
Completely different. Sorry for not being clear enough. It's from the app's executable point of view that I would like to get the path of the bundle...
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asked Shell script Mac OS X App : get its path