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answered Vim-CtrlP Is it possible to set ctrlp_cache_dir to project root?
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comment Vim-CtrlP Is it possible to set ctrlp_cache_dir to project root?
@romainl It's a popular enough plugin, so it seemed like a good idea to ask here, but looking into current issues from this angle I might just take your advice.
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comment Is there a cross-*nix compatible way to get file modified timestamp?
grawity, I'm wondering if you could update your script for using the + notation because I'm not sure if the current script will handle spaces correctly with it anymore
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comment Is there a cross-*nix compatible way to get file modified timestamp?
Yes osx, at least 10.6, supports -exec + ...and thanks for catching that space bug!
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comment Is there a cross-*nix compatible way to get file modified timestamp?
Had to change \t to a space to fit the example, but the rest works great on both systems. Thanks!
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comment how to `tail` the latest file in a directory
So the solution above doesn't work on osx due to lack of -printf option in find, but the following works only on osx due to differences in the stat command... maybe it will still help somebody tail -f $(find . -type f -exec stat -f "%m {}" {} \;| sort -n | tail -n 1 | cut -d ' ' -f 2)
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accepted Where to learn more about OSX terminal app keyboard settings codes?
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comment Where to learn more about OSX terminal app keyboard settings codes?
Thanks - that's pretty much a piece I was looking for. I'm still unable to map <S-F2> to vim though this page shows that shortcut being mapped, but now I there's a direction to go on.