Commands tagged rails (5)

  • Just a small hack for ruby's environment.rb Show Sample Output

    gem list --local | python -c "import sys;import re;l=sys.stdin.readlines();x=['config.gem :'+line[:-1][:line.index(' ')] + ' , ' +line[:-1][line.index(' '):].replace('(',':version => ').replace(')','') for line in l];print '\n'.join(x)"
    packetloss · 2009-11-25 09:04:29 0
  • put quotes

    gem list --local | python -c "import sys;import re;l=sys.stdin.readlines();x=['config.gem \"'+line[:-1][:line.index(' ')] + '\" , ' +line[:-1][line.index(' '):].replace('(',':version => \"').replace(')','')+'\"' for line in l];print '\n'.join(x)"
    packetloss · 2009-11-25 09:21:20 2
  • Commandline perl filter for, using a production.log from a rails app, display on realtime the count of requests grouped by "seconds to complete" (gross round, but fair enough for an oneliner) :) Show Sample Output

    tail -f production.log | perl -ne 'if (/^\d+)/){$d = int($1/1000);print "\n";$f{$d}++;for $t (sort(keys(%f))){print $t."s: ".$f{$t}."\n"}}'
    theist · 2012-02-23 14:37:33 0

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    echo "$: << '.'" >> $IRBRC
    emmasteimann · 2012-10-05 16:26:27 0
  • Assumes you are in the branch you want to run the check on. Sub 'develop' for whatever branch you commonly submit PRs to. Show Sample Output

    git rev-parse develop | xargs git diff --name-only | grep -E '^(app|lib|spec).*\.rb' | xargs rubocop -f simple
    vinniefranco · 2015-01-21 08:12:18 0

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Which processes are listening on a specific port (e.g. port 80)
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Get AWS temporary credentials ready to export based on a MFA virtual appliance
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network throughput test
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List contents of tar archive within a compressed 7zip archive
Sometimes it is handy to be able to list contents of a tar file within a compressed archive, such as 7Zip in this instance, without having to extract the archive first. This is especially helpful when dealing with larger sized files.

find text in a file
this will find text in the directory you specify and give you line where it appears.

List your interfaces and MAC addresses
Requires sysfs mounted on /sys - may only be useful for Linux systems. Could also use "printf '%-8s %s\n' $(basename $f) $(cat $f/address)" instead of echo.

List your installed Firefox extensions

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