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Ok, it was just my misunderstanding then

8. syyskuuta 2020 klo 20.56
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Avainsanat: Bash

@Gilles’SO-stopbeingevil’ Ok, it was just my misunderstanding then; I interpreted the quote as meaning ”you should quote RHS regular expressions”.

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A RHS regular expression should always be unquoted (since Bash 3.2 at least)

8. syyskuuta 2020 klo 15.39
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Avainsanat: Bash

”Except that you do need double quotes where a pattern or regular expression is expected: on the right-hand side of = or == or != or =~.” Perhaps I’m misunderstanding this, but AFAIK, a RHS regular expression (i.e. after =~) should always be unquoted (since Bash 3.2 at least).

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Perhaps related: Bug 626427 – Frequent dhclient DHCPREQUEST messages in syslog

6. joulukuuta 2018 klo 19.07
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Avainsanat: CentOS, Red Hat

Perhaps related: RH Bug 626427 – Frequent dhclient DHCPREQUEST messages in syslog

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None of these work with NFS mountpoints

8. syyskuuta 2017 klo 15.51
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Avainsanat: NFS

None of these work with NFS mountpoints.

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You can tell syntastic which checkers to run via a variable

28. toukokuuta 2017 klo 17.58
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Avainsanat: Vim

From what romainl only linked to (the relevant parts of links should be quoted when answering):

You can tell syntastic which checkers to run for a given filetype by setting a variable ’g:syntastic__checkers’ to a list of checkers, e.g.
let g:syntastic_php_checkers = [”php”, ”phpcs”, ”phpmd”]

As for your question about invocation: according to the FAQ, the ”command line is constructed using an internal function named makeprgBuild(), which provides a number of options that allow you to customise every part of the command that gets run. You can set these options using global variables”. (See this answer.)

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But how does the latter scenario differ

21. toukokuuta 2017 klo 19.29
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Avainsanat: UNIX

But how does the latter scenario differ from one where `mktemp` is invoked without `-u`? Even if the file is created (as opposed to just the name), nothing prevents another process from writing to the same file once it has been created.

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And to narrow it down to what the OP asked for

19. toukokuuta 2017 klo 18.01
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And to further narrow it down to what the OP asked for: `stat –printf=’%s’ -f .`

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Note for non-U.S. folks: the input date is in M/D/Y format

15. huhtikuuta 2017 klo 17.40
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Avainsanat: Yhdysvallat

Note for non-U.S. folks: the input date is in M/D/Y format. (I’d edit the answer to use something like ”12/31/2012” as an example to make this more apparent, but the edit queue is currently full.)

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[ ”$c” != ”” ] is false for completely empty files which is contrary to what I’d expect.

1. huhtikuuta 2017 klo 17.04
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Avainsanat: Bash

`[ ”$c” != ”” ]` is `false` for completely empty files which is contrary to what I’d expect.

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I think the ’field’ parameter of tax_query should be ’term_id’ rather than ’id’

26. syyskuuta 2015 klo 12.22
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Avainsanat: WordPress

Reading from the Codex page linked to, I think the value of ’field’ in the tax_query array should be ’term_id’ rather than ’id’: ”Possible values are ’term_id’, ’name’ and ’slug’. Default value is ’term_id’.” I’m guessing ’id’ only works because it causes a fall-back to the default.

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