Linux Command Line and Bash with Cygwin: File Systems

Introductory coverage of the Linux Command Line and Bash, Cygwin and so on.

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How to Delete Directories and Files in Linux using Command Line

In this remove or delete directories and files linux tutorial guide, you will learn how to remove empty directory and non empty directory linux using command line. And as well as how to remove/file files linux using command line.

If you work with Linux then you will need the following:

  • how to remove empty directory in linux,
  • how to remove non empty directory,
  • how to remove directory without confirmation linux
  • how to remove files with and without confirmation in linux.

So, this tutorial guide will show you you how to use the rmunlink, and rmdir commands to remove or delete files and directories in Linux with and without confirmation.

https://www.tutsmake.com/how-to-remove-directories-and-files-using-linux-command-line/

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Xcprofiler: CLI to Profile Compilation Time Of Swift Project

xcprofiler

Command line utility to profile compilation time of Swift project.

This tool is developed in working time for Cookpad.

Installation

gem install xcprofiler

xcprofiler is tested on latest Ruby 2.3/2.4.

Usage

Add -Xfrontend -debug-time-function-bodies build flags in Build Settings -> Other Swift Flags section of your Xcode project.

Build your project

Execute xcprofiler

$ xcprofiler [PRODUCT_NAME or ACTIVITY_LOG_PATH] [options]

xcprofiler searches the latest build log on your DerivedData directory.

You can also specify the .xcactivitylog.

$ xcprofiler MyApp
$ xcprofiler ~/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/MyApp-xxxxxxxxxxx/Logs/Build/0761C73D-3B6C-449A-BE89-6D11DAB748FE.xcactivitylog

Sample output is here

+----------------------+------+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+----------+
| File                 | Line | Method name                                                                                                                                                   | Time(ms) |
+----------------------+------+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+----------+
| ResultProtocol.swift | 132  | public func ==<T : ResultProtocol where T.Value : Equatable, T.Error : Equatable>(left: T, right: T) -> Bool                                                  | 14.2     |
| Result.swift         | 66   | get {}                                                                                                                                                        | 13.1     |
| Result.swift         | 78   | public static func error(_ message: String? = default, function: String = #function, file: String = #file, line: Int = #line) -> NSError                      | 6.3      |
| Result.swift         | 69   | get {}                                                                                                                                                        | 2.2      |
| Result.swift         | 132  | public func `try`<T>(_ function: String = #function, file: String = #file, line: Int = #line, try: (NSErrorPointer) -> T?) -> Result<T, NSError>              | 1.7      |
| Result.swift         | 95   | get {}                                                                                                                                                        | 1.4      |
| Result.swift         | 21   | public init(_ value: T?, failWith: @autoclosure () -> Error)                                                                                                  | 0.9      |
| Result.swift         | 142  | public func `try`(_ function: String = #function, file: String = #file, line: Int = #line, try: (NSErrorPointer) -> Bool) -> Result<(), NSError>              | 0.9      |
| ResultProtocol.swift | 172  | @available(*, unavailable, renamed: "recover(with:)") public func recoverWith(_ result: @autoclosure () -> Self) -> Self                                      | 0.7      |
| Result.swift         | 72   | get {}                                                                                                                                                        | 0.6      |
| Result.swift         | 75   | get {}                                                                                                                                                        | 0.6      |
| ResultProtocol.swift | 72   | public func recover(_ value: @autoclosure () -> Value) -> Value                                                                                               | 0.5      |
| ResultProtocol.swift | 111  | public func &&&<L : ResultProtocol, R : ResultProtocol where L.Error == R.Error>(left: L, right: @autoclosure () -> R) -> Result<(L.Value, R.Value), L.Error> | 0.5      |
| ResultProtocol.swift | 144  | public func !=<T : ResultProtocol where T.Value : Equatable, T.Error : Equatable>(left: T, right: T) -> Bool                                                  | 0.5      |
| ResultProtocol.swift | 92   | public func tryMap<U>(_ transform: (Value) throws -> U) -> Result<U, Error>                                                                                   | 0.4      |
| Result.swift         | 175  | @available(*, unavailable, renamed: "success") public static func Success(_: T) -> Result<T, Error>                                                           | 0.3      |
| ResultProtocol.swift | 55   | public func mapError<Error2>(_ transform: (Error) -> Error2) -> Result<Value, Error2>                                                                         | 0.3      |
| ResultProtocol.swift | 77   | public func recover(with result: @autoclosure () -> Self) -> Self                                                                                             | 0.3      |
| ResultProtocol.swift | 93   | (closure)                                                                                                                                                     | 0.3      |
| Result.swift         | 31   | public init(attempt f: () throws -> T)                                                                                                                        | 0.2      |
+----------------------+------+---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+----------+

Available Options

optionshorthanddescription
--limit-lLimit for display
--threshold Threshold of time to display (ms)
--show-invalids Show invalid location results
--order-oSort order (default,time,file)
--derived-data-path Root path of DerivedData directory
--truncate-at-tTruncate the method name with specified length
--no-unique Show the duplicated results

Use custom reporters

You can use reporters to output tracking logs.

require 'xcprofiler'

profiler = Xcprofiler::Profiler.by_product_name('MyApp')
profiler.reporters = [
  Xcprofiler::StandardOutputReporter.new(limit: 20, order: :time),
  Xcprofiler::JSONReporter.new(output_path: 'result.json'),
  Xcprofiler::BlockReporter.new do |executions|
    do_something(executions)
  end,
]
profiler.report!

You can also implement your own reporters.

See implementation of built-in reporters for detail.

danger-xcprofiler

You can integrate xcprofiler to danger.

https://github.com/giginet/danger-xcprofiler

Demo

Download Details:
Author: giginet
Source Code: https://github.com/giginet/xcprofiler
License: MIT license

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From the Command Line, How to Find a File in Linux

File Manager lets you edit your website pages by default. To do this you can use:

  • An HTML editor or a “what-you-see-is-what-you-get” style of editor, which is a nice option because it adds the HTML tags for you. If you aren’t all that confident with HTML then this can be a helpful option.
  • Code editor. When you open HTML files with this one you’ll be presented with text where the HTML syntax is highlighted. If you’re comfortable with adding HTML tags yourself then code editor is for you.
  • Text editor. HTML files are opened as ordinary text with this one.

Your Plesk administrator may have already et up the Rich Editor extension, in which case you can use it for HTML file editing. Rich Editor works in a what-you-see-is-what-you-get fashion, just like Code Editor, although it’s better specced with features like a spellchecker for instance.

#linux #command line #file in linux

Using the Linux Command Line to Convert PDF to Image

To use the pdftoppm  command-line tool, you need to first install pdftoppm  which is a part of the poppler  / poppler-utils  / poppler-tools  package. Install this package as follows depending on your Linux distribution

1. Convert PDF Document to Image

2. Convert Range of PDF Pages to Images

3. Convert First PDF Page to Image

4. Adjust DPI Quality to Conversion

#convert pdf #linux command line #linux #command line

Luna  Mosciski

Luna Mosciski

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Find All files Larger Than 1GB Size in Linux

Generally on the development and staging environments have disk issues where multiple application’s are running. Sometimes we also face low disk space on production systems.

Few days back my production application goes down. After searching for half an hour, I found the application was down due to disk full on my server. So I had searches all files greater than 1 GB and then all files greater than 100 MB. There was few logs files which was large in size, which caused disk full.

In this tutorial, you will learn how to search file by their size using find command.

#linux commands #command #file #find #linux