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location Vladivostok, Russia
age 27
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seen Dec 16 at 1:34

Nov
26
comment Copy multiple sources to multiple destinations simultaneously
@wurtel, this is actually the best decision addressing the problem so far. If you answer the question, I will accept.
Jun
22
comment Sudo can not find binary
It did. Why you think it didn't ?
Jul
27
comment Sudo can not find binary
This did the trick. Thanks a lot.
Jul
26
comment Sudo can not find binary
Path to /opt/node/bin is not in sudo env | grep PATH: PATH=/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/X11R6/bi‌​n
Jul
25
comment Sudo can not find binary
Thank you for a reply. It seems to be the key, but it does not make a difference. See above the update section of my question.
May
11
comment Bind shortcut switch to a specific application
Gnome 2.30.0 ..
Mar
26
comment What bash < < syntax mean?
thank you! Helped to understand what is happening
Mar
26
comment What bash < < syntax mean?
got it... link to a reference is what I needed :)
Jan
17
comment Sudo aptitude search produces bus error
Thank you. This is the solution.
Jan
17
comment Sudo aptitude search produces bus error
yep. sudo su - is ok, sudo cp too
Jun
9
comment Vim does not let me :q (quit)
thanks. Will save some time :)
May
30
comment .vimrc use filename that is currently editing
Yep :) That's why I responded a little harshly. I'm sorry if it sounded so (I realized that after rereading my comments now). I really appreciate the community's help though.
May
27
comment .vimrc use filename that is currently editing
Probably it's my bad - I did not tell that in our deployment system we don't see to which files changed were made, but all we see are just comments to those commits. I will probably make some changes to our system in nearest future like a pop-windows displaying all information about a particular commit, but now I don't have enough time for tweaking internal software... so we still need to include filenate into comments. I know - that sucks...
May
27
comment .vimrc use filename that is currently editing
It's not about svn (in which I'm experienced and know how to list changes, so your fyi does not advance my knowledge), but about vim (in which I'm not that experienced and need help), so this asnwer does not correspond to what I'm asking for. @garyjohn already provided a decent answer. I would not want to downvote though.
May
27
comment Count highlighted string length in VIM
Oh. My bad. I don't know why I've skipped the second solution. It works. Thank you!
May
27
comment Count highlighted string length in VIM
Good answer, but take a look at updated question. As well as @njd I did not notice that.
May
26
comment .vimrc use filename that is currently editing
I wouldn't ever figure it out. Thanks!
May
26
comment .vimrc use filename that is currently editing
Helps, but it's a little not what I expected. It inserts the relevant path to file I'm editing from pwd, so it inserts include/somefile.php. How do I get just a somefile.php. I've read the help and tried the alternate filename (#)... still not what I want :( If there is no way to insert filename, I'll go with <C-R>%
May
26
comment Compile gvim from sources?
I have updated my question :)
May
26
comment Compile gvim from sources?
I've installed gtk2-dev. Nothing changed. Now I do all this process again and outputing result of sudo ./configure --enable-rubyinterp=yes --enable-pythoninterp=yes --enable-gui=gtk2 --prefix=/opt/vim to file for closer look after.