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differing scons behavior under tcsh vs. bash

Note added 10/17: could not reproduce, moving on.


g++ -pthread -shared build_hddm_mc_s/temp.linux-x86_64-2.7/pyhddm_mc_s.o build_hddm_mc_s/temp.linux-x86_64-2.7/u/group/halld/Software/builds/Linux_RHEL6-x86_64-gcc4.9.2/sim-recon/sim-recon-2.18.0/src/.Linux_RHEL6-x86_64-gcc4.9.2/libraries/HDDM/hddm_mc_s++.o -L/group/halld/Software/builds/Linux_RHEL6-x86_64-gcc4.9.2/sim-recon/sim-recon-2.18.0/Linux_RHEL6-x86_64-gcc4.9.2/lib -L. -lHDDM -lxstream -lbz2 -lz -lpython2.7 -o build_hddm_mc_s/lib.linux-x86_64-2.7/hddm_mc_s.so
/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lpython2.7…
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Startup Sequences of Shells

It is quite confusing if you need to work with multiple, so I make following tables.


From section STARTUP/SHUTDOWN FILES of man page zsh… 137 more words


Some tcsh options

tcsh -e

Exit for non-zero status commands. Note that tcsh exits on use of undefined shell variables, whether the -e option is on or not. 18 more words

Sem 2 and what not

So if you didn’t know yet (although I wouldn’t blame you as I never really publicly announced my enrollment bc I didn’t want to come across as arrogant bc I’m only doing this programme bc of the JPA bursary wow that’s a lot of bc) , I’m currently feeling my way through Sem 2 of the IBDP at TCSH. 413 more words


Feb 24th

I feel more than a little better today :-) This morning in Physics, I didn’t face much difficulty answering the questions on waves (which I missed many lessons of due to my hospitalization) ¬†and I even managed to give the correct answer to a question most of my friends were struggling with (maybe they didn’t know the answer maybe they needed more time anyway I got it right first so they can suck it I’m jk love y’all)P… 250 more words


Little Things

I had the answer that no one else had to a math proving question today.Maybe they did have the answer, but I voiced out mine. Too bad, it’s mine. 186 more words


Adding support for fish, zsh, tcsh in shcompgen

I’ve recently added support for the other three shells (fish, zsh, tcsh) in shcompgen. shcompgen is basically a utility to write those shell commands “complete -C foo foo” or “complete -c foo -l longopt1 –description ‘Add a thing to foo'” for you. 417 more words