I was tasked with a fairly simple project:
- Traverse a directory with several hundred subdirectories, each containing up to half a dozen images of different sizes
- If a directory already contained an image where [-8:] == "_175.jpg", just delete the entire directory, it was not needed
- If the directory ...
I use vi in the OS X terminal pretty much exclusively. A few weeks ago I did something to blow away my original .vimrc file - I have no idea how I did that, which is a little scary. One of the results was that vi automatically started creating backup ...
(venv)[me@my project]$ heroku open ! A new version of the Heroku toolbelt is available, run `heroku update` to upgrade. (venv)[me@my project]$ heroku update ! `heroku update` has been disabled in favor of autoupdate. (venv)[me@my project]$ heroku autoupdate ! `autoupdate` is not a heroku command. ! See `heroku help` for a list of available commands. (venv)[me@my project]$ autoupdate autoupdate: `configure.ac' or `configure.in' is required