@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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”Except that you do need double quotes where a pattern or regular expression is expected: on the right-hand side of
=~.” Perhaps I’m misunderstanding this, but AFAIK, a RHS regular expression (i.e. after
=~) should always be unquoted (since Bash 3.2 at least).
Perhaps related: RH Bug 626427 – Frequent dhclient DHCPREQUEST messages in syslog
None of these work with NFS mountpoints.
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.)
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.
And to further narrow it down to what the OP asked for: `stat –printf=’%s’ -f .`
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.)
`[ ”$c” != ”” ]` is `false` for completely empty files which is contrary to what I’d expect.
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.