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Building Docker Images from a Container -
It is easy to get started building Docker images if you are already familiar with using containers. Study the typical workflow by using a simple example.
docker  helloworld  ubuntu  bash  image  diff  4* 
february 2016 by ianweatherhogg
Using diff to create a patch in Linux | Randy's Blog
Create the patch: diff -aru file.orig file > file.patch Apply the patch (-b creates a copy of the original with a .orig extension): patch -b file
diff  patch 
january 2014 by ianweatherhogg
Top 10 Unix Command Line Utilities 2011 | conflating
Exploring and learning in the dazzling array of fascintating software technologies
linux  watch  du  find  diff  man  command  sequence  5* 
march 2012 by ianweatherhogg
Kernel Hacking Lesson #9: Creating, Applying, and Submitting Patches
How to create and submit a patch. A "patch" is a file that describes the differences between two versions of a file.
linux  patch  diff 
january 2012 by ianweatherhogg
A more convenient diff
#!/usr/bin/env zsh # Load colors helpers autoload -U colors && colors function colorize_diff { while read line; do case ${line[0]} in +) print -n $fg[green];; -) print -n $fg[red];; @) # Display in cyan the @@ positions @@ if [[ ${line[1]} = '@' ]]; then line=$(print $line | perl -pe 's#(@@[^@]*@@)(.*)$#'$fg[cyan]'$1'$reset_color'$2#') fi;; esac print -- $line print -n $reset_color done } diff -u $* | colorize_diff
diff  zsh  colour 
october 2011 by ianweatherhogg

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