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Bash에서 Visual Studio 임시 파일 삭제하기

Visual Studio에서는 다양한 임시파일을 생성합니다.

불필요한 파일을 삭제하려면, find 명령과 정규식을 사용하여 아래와 같이 할 수 있습니다.

find -type f -regex ".*/.*\.\(obj\|res\|pch\|pdb\|tlb\|idb\|ilk\|ncb\|sbr\|sup\|bsc\|ipch\|sdf\)" -exec echo rm '{}' \; -exec rm '{}' \;

Windows에서는 아래와 같이 하면 됩니다.

#clear VC temporary files
del /s *.obj,*.res;*.pch;*.pdb;*.tlb;*.idb;*.ilk;*.ncb;*.sbr;*.sup;*.bsc;*.ipch;*.sdf;

The lazy part of me wants to just answer these questions and then not tag anyone or write any more questions but whatever. I’ll do it. Because Emily is lovely for tagging me in the first place. And obviously no one feel obligated to do this just because I tagged you. Also you are not allowed to judge me for any of this.

Tag, You’re It!

Rule 1: Post the Rules.

Rule 2: Answer the questions the tagger set for you in their post then make 11 new ones.

Rule 3: Tag 11 people and link them to your post.

Rule 4: Let them know you’ve tagged them

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gotchaamelia asked:

5, 10 :)

5. Well, until I was about 3 I wanted to be a princess. I think I had a preschool teacher who told me I couldn’t do that so I had to pick something else and my mom got really pissed about that when I told her that story. Something about taking away some of innocence or something like that idk. But anyway, that was when I decided I wanted to be a teacher, I honestly have no idea why. Then, at some point I realized what I really actually enjoyed learning and talking about and I have no idea what to do with an English major and a concentration in film studies so that brings us about up to date with my career aspirations.

10. I think there was always a name I really liked but I don’t remember it now. I feel like I’d choose something weird. But not weird like oh-my-god-what-were-her-parents-thinking weird, more like that’s-a-really-cool-name weird. I always really liked the name Elizabeth when I was younger except I have a cousin named Elizabeth so that might be kind of weird. I think I liked it because of the Z. That was a way longer answer than you were expecting probably but there you have it.

The temporary injunction issued Monday in Texas, barring the Obama administration from proceeding with the president’s amnesty for millions of illegal aliens, halted the amnesty express. But the order is only an obstacle, and the crucial word here is “temporary.” U.S. Judge Andrew S. Hanen’s order has been appealed by the U.S. Justice Department, and the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans might very well alter it, tweak it or suspend it. Judge Hanen did not rule on the merits of the lawsuit brought by Texas and supported by 25 other states.