A few reasons. But first of, there are a few users who did set up binary repo's, they are listed in the wiki.You probably are referring to the PPA'a that are available for Debian based distros. Biggest negative for that, especially for a rolling distro, no idea what deps any of these packages are build on, so you could expect that most of these packages would be broken very o
anyone knows how can i find a string in a multiple binary files in a multiple directories and display the file name containing the string?
i mean i have lots of folders with binary files and i am looking for specific string within one of these files i would like to know the right syntax to use for this kind of search, i know i should run strings or something similar.
I have a binary file on unix, which when executed asks the user for inputs.The inputs to this binary file are given manually.I want to automate the prcodeure ,since I know the inputs already.I can't modify the binary file.How can I do this ? Is this possible via shell script or even with ant targets ?
Background: the Mac OS X plist format is binary by default, which is not very good for things like tracking with git. There is a command plutil -convert which can convert back and forth from binary to XML, but it doesn't seem to be possible to force a given plist file to stay as XML.