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list files recursively by size

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add all files not under version control to repository
checks which files are not under version control, fetches the names and runs them through "svn add". WARNING: doesn't work with white spaces.

Run command in an ftp session
By putting ! in front of a command, we are able to run it from an ftp session.

Have subversion ignore a file pattern in a directory
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Remove all HTML tags from a file

Summarize the number of open TCP connections by state
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