ssh smashing together its command arguments so that you can’t get whitespace through the command.
> ssh user@host bash -cx "printf \$'>%s<\\n' 'a b c'" + printf printf: usage: printf [-v var] format [arguments]
And TIL about
The William S. Burroughs / Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy collaboration “Spare Ass Annie and Other Tales” is so, so good.
Today’s Ruby silliness: To get a current
Date in UTC, you’ve got to
Time.new.utc and extract the year, month, and day from that.
Blrg. Burnt again looking for
File.glob in Ruby.
Whoever thought that
Dir.glob was the right place for it was wrong.
Still no ennui or schadenfreude emojis: blog.emojipedia.org/service-d…
These are Zsh functions, but you can change them to Bash via the liberal application of quotation marks.
One of my favorite things about *nix is that stdin, stdout, and stderr are nothing more than user-space conventions supported by
dup(2) using the lowest numbered unused filehandle.
I pay 3 podcast networks and 1 individual podcast to openly share their work. I hope the walled-off networks shrivel up and die. twitter.com/marcoarme…
Different ways of venting political anger: overcast.fm/+Mala3UcW…
If you are an Amazon customer (and who isn’t these days), you should listen to this week’s Reply All: overcast.fm/+DzGWWaMx…