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Show contents of all git objects in a git repo
This script finds all git objects and `git cat-file`'s their content. This is really just a helper function to play around with the internals of git repositories. See https://git-scm.com/book/en/v2/Git-Internals-Git-Objects of more info.

Console clock
Shows a simple clock in the console -t param removes the watch header Ctrl-c to exit

determine if tcp port is open
Requires netcat.

list files recursively by size

Unix commandline history substitution like ^foo^bar BUT for multiple replacements
#1 You invoked a command chain. #2 You globaly replace the scriptnames and execute them direct #3 The new executed command chain [# ^foo^bar] would only replace the firts match [foo] with [bar].

make a log of a terminal session
Creates a log of a session in a file called typescript. Or specify the file with: $script filename Exit the session with control-d.

Happy Days
This never gets old

Rename files in batch

diff will usually only take one file from STDIN. This is a method to take the result of two streams and compare with diff. The example I use to compare two iTunes libraries but it is generally applicable.
diff is designed to compare two files. You can also compare directories. In this form, bash uses 'process substitution' in place of a file as an input to diff. Each input to diff can be filtered as you choose. I use find and egrep to select the files to compare.

Reconstruct standard permissions for directories and files in current directory


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