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This is how I Z my shell, Z my shell, Z my shell

This is how I Z my shell, Z my shell, Z my shell: " paulreimer / .zshrc
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This is how I Z my shell, Z my shell, Z my shell"

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Syndicated 2013-10-03 05:51:00 from sness

zsh-syntax-highlighting/highlighters at master · zsh-users/zsh-syntax-highlighting · GitHub

zsh-syntax-highlighting/highlighters at master · zsh-users/zsh-syntax-highlighting · GitHub: "main - the base highlighter, and the only one active by default.
brackets - matches brackets and parenthesis.
pattern - matches user-defined patterns.
cursor - matches the cursor position.
root - triggered if the current user is root."

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Syndicated 2013-10-03 05:17:00 from sness

command line - How to use regex quantifiers to rename multiple files with zmv? - Super User

command line - How to use regex quantifiers to rename multiple files with zmv? - Super User: "This should work for you:

zmv '1-([0-9])( *)' '1-0$1$2'
or

zmv '1-([0-9])([^0-9]*)' '1-0$1$2'
You just need to make the match include only one digit followed by a space or non-digit. With the way you had it, it was matching one digit followed by anything."

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Syndicated 2013-10-03 05:11:00 from sness

builtin:functions:zmv [ZshWiki]

builtin:functions:zmv [ZshWiki]: "o load zmv :
autoload -U zmv
zmv is a module that allow people to do massive rename. The first option to know about zmv is the -n option that will show what will be done without being executed.
to rename a class music files which names are la like this : artist - album - track - title.ogg :
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Syndicated 2013-10-03 05:10:00 from sness

Actimetrics

Actimetrics: "Bout analysis

The program has identified and displayed the start of activity bouts that exceed a user-defined threshold (here, 5 counts/minute) for a user-defined period (here, 10 minutes). The day, start time, circadian day, circadian start time, number of counts per bout, and bout duration can be exported to a spreadsheet file."

Syndicated 2013-10-02 22:18:00 from sness

▶ Paul Spong and OrcaLab. - YouTube

▶ Paul Spong and OrcaLab. - YouTube: "