Commands tagged save (4)

  • Faster then other method using wget For obtain all commands use nu=`curl http://www.commandlinefu.com/commands/browse |grep -o "Terminal - All commands -.*results$" | grep -oE "[[:digit:],]{4,}" | sed 's/,//'`; curl http://www.commandlinefu.com/commands/browse/sort-by-votes/plaintext/[0-"$nu":25] | grep -vE "_curl_|\.com by David" > clf-ALL.txt For more version specific nu=`curl http://www.commandlinefu.com/commands/browse |grep -o "Terminal - All commands -.*results$" | grep -oE "[[:digit:],]{4,}" | sed 's/,//'`; curl http://www.commandlinefu.com/commands/browse/sort-by-votes/plaintext/[0-"$nu":25] | grep -vE "_curl_|\.com by David" > clf-ALL_"$nu".txt Also download dirctly from my dropbox My drop box invitaion link is http://db.tt/sRdJWvQq . Use it and get free 2.5 GB space. Show Sample Output


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    curl http://www.commandlinefu.com/commands/browse/sort-by-votes/plaintext/[0-9000:25] | grep -vE "_curl_|\.com by David" > clf-ALL.txt
    totti · 2011-11-08 12:19:48 0
  • The simpler, 1-arg version is save_function(){ { date +"# %F.%T $1; declare -f "$1";}| tee -a ~/.bash_functions; }` Show Sample Output


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    save_function(){ while [[ $# > 0 ]]; do { date +"# %F.%T $1; declare -f "$1";}| tee -a ~/.bash_functions; shift; done;}
    mcint · 2019-07-17 01:06:59 0

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    :w !sudo tee %
    KodjoSuprem · 2013-09-25 08:56:21 0
  • Yeah, there are many ways to do that. Doing with sed by using a for loop is my favourite, because these are two basic things in all *nix environments. Sed by default does not allow to save the output in the same files so we'll use mv to do that in batch along with the sed. Show Sample Output


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    for files in $(ls -A directory_name); do sed 's/search/replaced/g' $files > $files.new && mv $files.new $files; done;
    bassu · 2009-05-07 20:13:07 6

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