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Extending the command line


I was relatively late to the terminal party. Spending the first half of my career in a Windows world, I viewed the command line as an artifact of its DOS...
cli  terminal  alias  dotfiles 
yesterday by e2b
Uses This / Kornel Lesiński
Who are you, and what do you do?
I love pixels. I'm a programmer and a newbie small business owner. I work on image compression.
I'm the author of the ImageOptim, pngquant, and a maintainer of MozJPEG. I also work on a few other Open Source projects such as Sparkle (Mac updater) and SuperAgent (like fetch before fetch happened).
I spend most of my time finding ways to make images load faster and look better. My day job is the ImageOptim web service, where I turn my research experiments into a real product.
What hardware do you use?
I use a 2014 MacBook Pro with Retina Display. It's a very nice machine. I have the higher-specced i7 configuration, so the latest MacBooks don't seem like a big upgrade to me.
setup  macbook  terminal  firefox  productivity  GTD  macOS 
yesterday by rgl7194
How to use sudo with Touch ID on your Mac
Cabel Sasser tweeted a tip for enabling MacBook Pro touch bar touch ID for sudo commands. Serenity Caldwell explains it in detail on iMore.
touchbar  Terminal  security 
2 days ago by ttscoff
Steve Nygard
This is a command-line utility for examining the Objective-C runtime information stored in Mach-O files. It generates declarations for the classes, categories and protocols. This is the same information provided by using ‘otool -ov’, but presented as normal Objective-C declarations, so it is much more compact and readable.

Why use class-dump?

It’s a great tool for the curious. You can look at the design of closed source applications, frameworks, and bundles. Watch the interfaces evolve between releases. Experiment with private frameworks, or see what private goodies are hiding in the AppKit. Learn about the plugin API lurking in Mail.app.
osx  ios  programming  tools  terminal  objective-c 
3 days ago by davidgasperoni
transfer.sh
Easy file sharing from the command line
terminal  command-line  files  file-sharing 
4 days ago by cd

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