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Cleaner display for 'defaults domains' command
Authored by: aranor on Apr 28, '03 05:54:22PM

Quick tip:

I took that last command and copied it into a file I called domainlist. I then created a ~/Scripts directory and put the domainlist file in that. I put the Scripts directory into my path in my .tcshrc file. Now, whenever I want to look at the domains, I just type 'domainlist' and I see them. In addition, if I want to find a certain pref file name, I type 'domainlist | grep -i blah' and it will show all domains that include the text 'blah' in them.

The reason I did this was because I couldn't get it to work with the alias command because of problems escaping everything. But it works nicely.



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Cleaner display for 'defaults domains' command
Authored by: aranor on Apr 28, '03 05:56:20PM

Oh, one important thing I forgot was to say that I also ran 'chmod 777 ~/Scripts/domainlist' to make it executable.



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