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Apr
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answered A suggestion for a Fortran IDE?
Mar
16
comment Cannot update 'macvim' formula using Homebrew?
(1) Does your C compiler work? If you type 'clang' in the terminal, what do you get? That seems to be the issue above, either that or some kind of permissions issue. (2) What OS X version are you on?
Dec
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Dec
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comment What does Terminal.app store in iCloud?
Perhaps the command history. But this is only a guess.
Dec
7
answered How to use f11 on a Mac
Jun
20
answered Install Monokai Theme on Terminal with prompt colors, etc.?
Jun
18
answered How to arrange two windows easily to left and right side? v2
Jun
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answered Any way to make swipe up and down work consecutively?
May
24
comment Changing color of text in terminal for program output
I doubt that there's something so generic available that runs across all languages and everything. Pry is a color-aware REPL for Ruby. IPython is a color-aware REPL for Python. Pyrg is a color-aware test runner for Python. Maybe try IPython - as long as you're just testing little things it would be useful.
May
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comment Changing color of text in terminal for program output
There seems to be an answer here: stackoverflow.com/questions/287871/…
May
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comment What sets my Java Virtual Machine?
Looks like your /usr/bin/java is still Java 6 but in your .bashrc or .bash_profile the Java 8 installer has appended its path in front of the original one - so that when you just do java by default it picks up the Java 8 version.
Apr
26
comment bash- command not fount error
You've basically deleted the path, which means the shell cannot find commands in /usr/bin and other such locations (those are the locations that contain commands like tar, touch, and everything). @Buscar웃 's pointing to something that will indeed help. Add the path back into the .bashrc or .bash_profile, restart the shell, and that should be it.
Apr
10
comment How do I install SciPy and VisualPython on OSX Mavericks?
Hm. Anaconda can plot graphics just fine with matplotlib, but I've never used VPython. Wonder by the way how you're logged in/ where you're typing those commands? It's certainly not a remote login?
Apr
4
answered How do I install SciPy and VisualPython on OSX Mavericks?
Apr
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comment How do I install SciPy and VisualPython on OSX Mavericks?
There's no such thing as 'Python as a whole' - there are different Pythons :-) @Buscar - yes, I'll expand that into a proper answer and provide examples.
Apr
3
comment How do I install SciPy and VisualPython on OSX Mavericks?
There might be a mismatch amongst which Python you're running on the command line and which Python has SciPy installed. Your Python command outputs show that you're running the non-Anaconda Python already installed on your Mac. Find where Anaconda installed Python (and therefore SciPy), and put that in your path ahead of the in-built version :-)
Mar
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answered New terminal to same directory
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