You can use diff for this after downloading the public folder:
diff -q -r working-folder public-folder
It will give you the list of files which are different, omit -q to also show a list of the actual differences.
To supress the listing of files only available in public-folder you can easily filter them via grep:
diff -q -r working-folder public-folder | ...
While I'm a big proponent of utilizing built in tools (+1 for nohillside's answer) rather than searching for the nearest app, from time to time I do find really invaluable applications. In this case, I found a graphical differencing and merging application called Meld.
Meld is a visual diff and merge tool targeted at developers. Meld helps you compare ...
An arbitrary number of alphabetic characters and digits as well as chars defined by WORDCHARS are considered all one word in zsh.
The default value of WORDCHARS is:
% echo $WORDCHARS
By defining another/a new WORDCHARS in .zprofile (and/or .zshrc|... - depends on how you configured your zsh environment), you can modify ...
The command you are looking for is brctl (located in /usr/bin). man brctl will tell you all you need, but basically just brctl download /path/to/filename (without the .icloud extension) and evict will purge the locally cached copy.
Try to ping the website as an example
and get the IP of it.
Then from "Connect to Server", put the network path as IP/bugs/files , and try to connect it as smb://IP/bugs/files .
It could be an FTP network path so, worth to try ftp://IP/bugs/files, also you can try with cifs://IP.bugs/files if the above-mentioned option didn'...
For example if search a page in safari you can't escape out of the search with ctrl+[
It's because Safari is not operating in an ASCII/ANSI Terminal environment.
The Escape character is
hexadecimal: \x1B or ^[
It's just a series of characters the terminal looks for that interprets it as actions or special characters.
As for ...