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May
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comment Move files based on list of old and new file paths
can't find string "EOS" anywhere before EOF after running both ruby scripts.. I guess my assumption is I am missing a small detail.... script contains.. paths = <<-EOS etc.. I feel silly asking, what does this /path/old... do here? or do I need to understand shovel more?
May
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comment Move files based on list of old and new file paths
Yes, its not my format and it is terrible, yes at least one space delimiter and all .xxx 3 letter extensions.. will test now..
May
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answered Activity Monitor showing processes called “java” when no programs are running, could this be flashback virus?
May
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comment Move files based on list of old and new file paths
File names are separated with at least 1 space, but then so are words within a file name, so the only distinction is that names end with a dotted extension e.g. .xxx
May
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comment Move files based on list of old and new file paths
I think a reverse parse of the string might extract the end of the folder path from the last entry of "/" to a variable so it can be used in a valid syntax for BSD using mv %path/%oldname %path/%newname , so that may require some smart script parsing. I am BSD challenged at the moment.
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asked Move files based on list of old and new file paths
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comment Is there a modern browser that runs on Windows 3.1?
@hydroparadise Maybe you elaborate on the code used by ""login" or "punch" Can you simply use another computer to slave to the said BANDSAW terminal using 3.1 compatible "Remote Desktop" Is this the Mebor sawmill for Cheminis ? youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Tw4l7BsD0cw
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comment WinRAR: Access is Denied when archiving
at least Windows is better than OSX/BSD that copies folders by replacing them rather than appending them. You can take ownership or add privies to those folders , but then these are usually temp or cached files , so why are they important?
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answered Straightening keyboard/mouse/monitor cables
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