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C/C++ dosex (irregular expressions :) for copying, renaming with wildcards

Posted 04-02-2012 at 12:42 AM by rainbowsally

dosex (irregular expressions for copying, renaming with wildcards

  • input a name and a wildcards string to see if the name matches
  • optionally input an wildcards string for a new name and get a very good clone of DOS

This was the last missing piece for the filenames functions which will be included in libLQ shortly.

file: src/main.c
purpose: demonstrate mixing C declarations and C++ functionality, also 'dosex' demo....
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A random selection from Ghostscript 9.05

Posted 04-01-2012 at 11:55 AM by SourceHorse
Updated 04-01-2012 at 11:57 AM by SourceHorse (correct order of lines 4 and 5)

 _______    |\_
| o   o |   /o \\
| o   o |  (_. ||
| o   o |   /__\\
'-------'   )___(

The Source Horse
Article 1
A random selection from Ghostscript 9.05
Introducing The Source Horse: a trail log of free program execution paths. Like architecture, programming should be done with great care. This will be about reading programs, not writing them. I will start with ghostscript. Ghostscript is a portable implementation of PostScript,...
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Streamripper and friends. Recording internet radio.

Posted 04-01-2012 at 11:31 AM by stretchedthin

Streamripper is a linux command line application that makes it easy to record internet radio. As well as showing how to use this command line tool I take a look at StreamRipStar one of the many front ends for Streamripper. A little bit of audacity editing is thrown in at the end as well.

Here is the screencast
Streamripper and friends. Recording internet radio.
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PlayShell 0.2-WP10

Posted 04-01-2012 at 04:23 AM by konsolebox

PlayShell 0.2-WP10 was released today.

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Bash functions to list and kill or send signals to process trees

Posted 04-01-2012 at 12:54 AM by konsolebox
Updated 07-28-2014 at 12:39 PM by konsolebox

These functions can be used in scripts or interactive shells to manipulate process trees. At least bash version 3.0 is needed. May also work with some earlier versions.

killtree - Creates a list of processes based from a parent process ID first then sends the signal to all of them synchronously.

killtree2 - Same as killtree but it doesn't create a list first. It immediately kills processes as it goes through every level.

killtree3 - This version kills...
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