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My working environment is very useful for working with several files at the same time. I use mostly the Vim editor, although Kwrite is getting some attention from me nowadays. Keeping two overlapped Vim consoles, one small konsole for 'make' and 'debug' and always gkrellm, really helps when developing an application.
Vim configurationIt is a very simple one (named and located at ~/.vimrc):
Bashrc configurationNamed and located at ~/.bashrc:
Search and replace recursive stringsA very common task that I had trouble to manage was to search and replace a string in a recursive way. In the following example I'm replacing the word 'xtrato' to 'xtracto' in ALL files from the current location. You should backup your data before using this script.
for n in `grep -l 'xtrato' * -r`;
|Filipe António Gonçalves Tomaz
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