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Unix folders - where to put intermediate files and results when running a script


Unix folders - where to put intermediate files and results when running a script

By : borja
Date : November 19 2020, 01:01 AM
will help you /usr/local is a poor choice for your temp files as indicated by the others.
You may choose to put the script under the /usr/local/bin, but do not extract or process your files under /usr/local.
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Best way to eliminate all intermediate files from Visual Studio project folders?

Best way to eliminate all intermediate files from Visual Studio project folders?


By : Dareen Alhiyari
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue Have you tried writing a macro in the post-build event for your project. You should be able to execute
code :
DEL -S -Q MyProject/bin/*.*
DEL -S -Q MyProject/obj/*.*
unix script, running a command on multiple files

unix script, running a command on multiple files


By : Santiago Burgos
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need I have no previous experience with writing a unix script but what I want seems like a simple task.. I want to run this command for all the pdf files in a folder
code :
for pdf in samples/*.pdf; do
    html=$(basename "$pdf" .pdf).html
    pdf2txt.py -o "$html" "$pdf"
done
#!/bin/bash

for pdf in samples/*.pdf; do
    html=${pdf##*/};
    html=${html%.pdf}.html
    pdf2txt.py -o "$html" "$pdf"
done
How to write a unix command or script to remove files of the same type in all sub-folders under current directory?

How to write a unix command or script to remove files of the same type in all sub-folders under current directory?


By : caribou
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you Perl from command line; should delete if file ends with ~ or it is executable,
code :
perl -MFile::Find -e 'find(sub{ unlink if -f and (/~\z/ or (stat)[2] & 0111) }, ".")'
How to get intermediate results from long running operation?

How to get intermediate results from long running operation?


By : user3058887
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you The Rx way of tackling this problem is to define a cold observable as follows:
code :
IObservable<Result> Calculate(IScheduler scheduler)
{
  return Observable.Create<Result>(observer => 
    scheduler.Schedule(() =>
    {
       observer.OnNext(longPartialCalculation());
       observer.OnNext(morePartialCalculation());
       observer.OnNext(moreWork());
       observer.OnCompleted();
    }));
}

// Depending upon your needs, you could use inheritance as follows:
public abstract class Result { ... }
public class MidResult1 : Result { ... }
public class MidResult2 : Result { ... }
public class FinalResultObject : Result { ... }
algo.Calculate(ThreadPoolScheduler.Instance)
    .ObserveOnDispatcher()
    .Subscribe(OnNextResult, OnCompleted);
algo.Calculate(ThreadPoolScheduler.Instance)
    .Where(result => result.HasRequiredState)
    .ObserveOnDispatcher()
    .Subscribe(result => handle(result.RequiredState));
Unix script moving files to folders

Unix script moving files to folders


By : Peter Griffith
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue If you don't want to keep the same directory hierarchy in my-test-folder/completed as in my-test-folder/work, you can simplify your command:
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