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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 | ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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.


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Try to ping the website as an example ping engweb.eng.company.com, 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'...


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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 octal: \033 hexadecimal: \x1B or ^[ decimal: 27 It's just a series of characters the terminal looks for that interprets it as actions or special characters. As for ...


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