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show todays svn log
Shows the todays svn log. Perfect for alias usage I assume.

Press a key automatically
Press a key automatically via xvkbd.

execute your commands and avoid history records
$ secret_command;export HISTCONTROL= This will make "secret_command" not appear in "history" list.

Show Shared Library Mappings
shows which shared lib files are pointed to by the dynamic linker.

Convert a string to

Display GCC Predefined Macros

bash test check validate if variable is number
to test check if given variable is a digit / number

Determining the excat memory usages by certain PID
this command gives you the total number of memory usuage and open files by the perticuler PID.

Serve current directory tree at http://$HOSTNAME:8000/

Create more threads with less stack space
default stack size is 10M. This makes your multithread app filling rapidly your memory. on my PC I was able to create only 300thread with default stack size. Lower the default stack size to the one effectively used by your threads, let you create more. ex. putting 64k I was able to create more than 10.000threads. Obviously ...your thread shouldn't need more than 64k ram!!!


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