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Scripts and Expansions
Show file properties such as size, permissions, creation, access dates and more!
To quickly check what your
To see the list of executables.
To add a folder to the executables (that way you'll be able to run your scripts from anywhere).
ln -s ~/scripts-folder/script /usr/local/bin
You can also create a soft link to the
usr/local/bin (where your scripts should generally live).
This will create a file called
index.js.backup with the contents of
Will create 10 test files starting with
test-1. Not all commands accept multiple inputs, but
Run the last command again.
Gives you the last argument of the previous command.
ctrl + a: go to the beginning of th line.
ctrl + e: go to the end of the line.
ctrl + k: to delete the line up to the cursor.
ctrl + w: delete the last word.
curl -s https://api.github.com/repos/edieblu/includeJS.dev | jq '.stargazers_count'
Get the numbers of stars in a GitHub repo.
for dep in $(jq -r '.dependencies | keys | .' package.json); do if ! grep "required\(.*$dep.*)" Rq --exclude-dir="node_modules" ." then echo "You can probably remove $dep" fi done
Use jq and grep to find unused dependencies.
keys: to get just the keys out of the jq object
.: array value iterator to get the values in a separate line
r: flag in jq means raw text (no quotations)
Rq: recursive and quiet
stderr go for all commands that come after it.
exec >> log/hooks-out.log 2>&1
standard error to the same place and in the same mode than
standard output is in.
if git diff-tree --name-only --no-commit-id ORIG_HEAD HEAD
This will return the differences between the previous and current commits as a bare list of files.
if git diff-tree --name-only --no-commit-id ORIG_HEAD HEAD | grep --quiet 'package.json'; then echo "$(date): Running npm install because package.json changed" npm install else echo "$(date): No changes in package.json found" fi
package.json has been changed and run
npm install if it did.
npm install > /dev/null
If you output to
/dev/null the output will be discarded. Note that errors will still be outputed.
case "$1" in *.tar|*.tgz) tar -xzvf "$1";; *.gz) gunzip -k "$1";; *.zip) unzip -v "$1";; *) echo "Cannot extract $1" exit 1 ;; esac
A script that extracts a file archive, depending on the file extension.
This tells the shell to use the
node binary in your environment to execute this file.
.plist file is an
XML-formatted file for macOS.
List all applications with job configuration.