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kandi X-RAY | cmder Summary
Cmder is a software package created out of pure frustration over absence of usable console emulator on Windows. It is based on ConEmu with major config overhaul, comes with a Monokai color scheme, amazing clink (further enhanced by clink-completions) and a custom prompt layout.
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I have a bash script called test ( I made a simple one just for test )...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-14 at 10:51
find the solution
val commandLine: String = " path_to\bash.exe path_to\script.bash"
val result= Process(commandLine).lineStream
and then you can manipulate your result , for my cases I tested that it should contain an expected string ..
I have this situation:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-22 at 20:04
I suggested it would perhaps be best to use windows to provide a generic cmd file that you can run different ways for different cases.
So here is a template you can call from cmder with a folder name as a start directory (I set the default to desktop) but you can also drag and drop a folder onto the .cmd to start it.
I have an exe file that launches a specific server and logs information onto a .log file:
I would like to launch the server from a bat file in a way that, the server starts and meanwhile I can see the updated server log.
In short, I'd like to do:
tail -f server.log
in one single step, in one single cmder tab.
My problem is that the server, when launching remains on a "listening" state, so my bat file never reaches the
What am I missing here?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-23 at 13:22
You can start server.exe without waiting by using command start.
I have the following tags:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-06 at 22:36
(On this machine I'm using git for windows 2.24.1)
Since lightweight tags are files/folders in
.git/refs/tags i cannot have tags with mixed lower/upper case. Example:
I recently updated my windows from windows 10 to 11.
** Update ** I've reinstalled windows 10 again, but I'm receiving the same error
When I rund yarn start, or npm start, I receive the below error...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-19 at 21:14
I can't reproduce this on my end with the same node and win10 versions. However, according to this answer (about an unreladed package) the "module could not be found" error can occur when the native module file (which does exist) tries to load a dependency that's not present on the system. You could try using Dependency Walker to check the dependencies of
node_moduels/@parcel/fs-search/fs-search.win32-x64-msvc.node on your machine and see if they are all installed.
By default, vs code runs the python file in the 'python' terminal it creates, but I want this to run in external terminal of Cmder/ConEmu. How can I do it?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-08 at 09:45
Yes, you can use the cmder shell in VSCode. You can refer to the official docs.
I read on a post that when using sed -i in order to replace values containing special characters in becomes necessary to use '|' instead of '/' which works when replacing simple text words.
Eg: sed -i 's|'$original_value'|'$new_value'|g'
where original_value="comprising_special_char_/" new_value="comprising_new_special_char:
I have tried this with shorter less complex strings and it works fine but I'm getting an error message when I attempt this with the following strings....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-29 at 13:34
You need to use
- Double quotation marks around the sed command
&chars in the replacement only.
So you need to use
I have a use case in which I am passing a query to a function and then doing some calculations. The query is formed based on what filters I pass. Below is the sample code...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-15 at 04:48
Due to you having lots of rows in your Document table, you are doing a non-sargable scan of the whole table! which is not ideal. Ideally you want to make it sargable so remove the leading or trailing % signs.
e.g. if you remove the leading % then it will be able to use an index on the FirstName column (as long as you create one). It can then seek to matches and just read that data and not the whole table.
You can try something like this in your linq code
i can not use Pip i have copied the get-pip.py file in the python directory and call it from cmder by "python get-pip.py but when after i the got this response!...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-11 at 01:01
The problem is its not in path. You can add it to windows path using what is in this question: Adding a directory to the PATH environment variable in Windows You can see the path that should be added in the response. Its something like C:\Users\willi\python\Scripts
I have an application written with Uvicorn + FastAPI. I am testing the response time using PyTest.
Referring to How to start a Uvicorn + FastAPI in background when testing with PyTest, I wrote the test. However, I found the application process alive after completing the test when workers >= 2.
I want to terminate the application process cleanly at the end of the test.
Do you have any idea?
The details are as follows.Environment
- Windows 10
- Bash 4.4.23 (https://cmder.net/)
- python 3.7.5
- fastapi == 0.68.0
- uvicorn == 0.14.0
- requests == 2.26.0
- pytest == 6.2.4
- Application: main.py ...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-02 at 12:49
I have found a solution myself.
After install psutil by
pip install psutil, update test_main.py
No vulnerabilities reported
Download the latest release
Extract the archive to a shared location.
(optional) Place your own executable files and custom app folders into the %cmder_root%\bin. See: bin/README.md This folder to be injected into your PATH by default. See /max_depth [1-5] in 'Command Line Arguments for init.bat' table to add subdirectories recursively.
(optional) Place your own custom app folders into the %cmder_root%\opt. See: opt/README.md This folder will NOT be injected into your PATH so you have total control of what gets added.
Run Cmder.exe with /C command line argument. Example: cmder.exe /C %userprofile%\cmder_config This will create the following directory structure if it is missing. c:\users\[username]\cmder_config ├───bin ├───config │ └───profile.d └───opt
(optional) Place your own executable files and custom app folders into %userprofile%\cmder_config\bin. This folder to be injected into your PATH by default. See /max_depth [1-5] in 'Command Line Arguments for init.bat' table to add subdirectories recursively.
(optional) Place your own custom app folders into the %user_profile%\cmder_config\opt. This folder will NOT be injected into your PATH so you have total control of what gets added.
Both the shared install and the individual user config locations can contain a full set of init and profile.d scripts enabling shared config with user overrides. See below.
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