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exactly same effect as echo "$PWD" ...
`pwd` returns the current path
`grep -o` prints each slash on new line
perl generates the paths sequence: './.', './../.', ...
`readlink` canonicalizes paths (it makes the things more transparent)
`xargs -tn1` applies chmod for each of them. Each command applied is getting printed to STDERR.
To use this comment you'll have to create a file entitled 'ignorelist' where you put the file name or pattern of the files you want to ignore. I used it for my maven project which generates the child project files in each folder so I can import them into eclipse. By adding these project files to the ignore list ensure they won't appear each time I run 'svn status'.
Copy the current path. Use -selection clipboard to copy the string to clipboard.
ctrl+v to see the result.
I often use it at my work, on an ovh server with root ssh access and often have to change mod after having finished an operation.
This command, replace the user, group and mod by the one required by apache to work.
fcd : file change directory
A bash function that takes a fully qualified file path and cd's into the directory where it lives. Useful on the commadline when you have a file name in a variable and you'd like to cd to the directory to RCS check it in or look at other files associated with it.
Will run on any ksh, bash, likely sh, maybe zsh.
Simply displays your current working directory. Helps when you are buried deep in /etc or some other obscure place.