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Diff 2 file struct - Useful for branch diff and jars diff(uncompressed)
This is usefull to diff 2 paths in branches of software, or in different versions of a same zip file. So you can get the real file diff.

check open ports without netstat or lsof

Make vim open in tabs by default (save to .profile)
I always add this to my .profile rc so I can do things like: "vim *.c" and the files are opened in tabs.

pretty print JavaScript source code
https://github.com/mishoo/UglifyJS

Change files case, without modify directories, recursively
Change files case, without modify directories, recursively. ... fucking vfat

Backup entire directory using rsync

Debug how files are being accessed by a process
Instead of looking through `lsof` results, use inotifywait!

1:1 copy of a volume
copies all files from the source disk / (skipping boundaries of mouted -in volumes) to /mnt/mydisk. Logical links are being preserved as well as devices, pipes etc. This can copy a MacOS X or Linux volume and keep it bootable. Note: its not suited to copy files with MacOS 9 style resources.

remove repeated pairs of characters e.g. "xtxtxtxt" will become "xt"
This will remove repeated characters e.g. echo "xtxtxtxt" | sed -ru 's/(..)\1{2,}/\1/g' the output will just be "xt"

geoip lookup


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