Awk isn’t only a sysadmin tool. Here’s an example of converting a CSV file of cryptocurrency transactions into a format that Ledger-cli can understand.
Awk is a powerful tool for working with text on the command line. Find out what awk is, as well as examples for making sense of an Nginx access log.
Walk through of getting a Python development environment configured on Ubuntu 21.04.
An example of automating text editing by running Vim from within a shell script.
Contributed to the Polished Portfolios testing call to become more familiar with Full-site editing in Gutenberg.
Taking a look at the current state of Gutenberg development with a focus on full-site editing.
While reviewing the Site Reset Local Addon, I found that there were issues in the WPCLI db-command. I feel like I have a general idea of what needs fixing, but navigating the path towards upstream contribution can be overwhelming. So after bringing it up with my manager, I have the green light to take some time during the … Continued
I’ve been working with lots of zip files lately – site backups mostly. Often times this is because of some error message referring to a file contained within the archive. When the zip is quite large, having to extract gigabytes of information just to view the contents of one file is annoying. Because of this … Continued
While trying to get a clearer view of a line of text with 5 million characters in it, I ran into some nuances in Vim’s search and replace. The main issue was that replaceing the search string with a newline character – \n wasn’t visually creating a new line in the Vim buffer. I found … Continued