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for repo in `curl -s -u 'USERNAME:PASSWORD' -X GET -H "Content-Type: application/json" 'https://api.bitbucket.org/2.0/repositories/USER|jq -r .values[].links.self.href`; do curl -s -u 'USERNAME:PASSWORD' -X DELETE $repo;done
2018-03-21 22:34:28
User: gargolito
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bitbucket paginates at around 1360 characters, so if you have several pages of repos in git hub you can just add "?page={1..4}" the url used to get all the repos.

you can also use -v for the deletion curl if you want to see the response from the server.

if [[ $(expr $(date +%s) - $(stat -c %X /var/lib/apt/periodic/update-success-stamp)) -gt 86400 ]]; then sudo apt-get update fi
2015-05-12 14:45:11
User: gargolito
Functions: date expr stat sudo
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I have this in my .bash_aliases and call it before running apt-get install or apt-get upgrade

Example:

alias apt-install='apt-update; apt-get install'

alias apt-upgrade='apt-update; apt-get upgrade'

function apt-update () {

if [[ $(expr $(date +%s) - $(stat -c %X /var/lib/apt/periodic/update-success-stamp)) -gt 86400 ]]; then

sudo apt-get update

else

echo apt is up to date

fi

}