Monthly Archives: October 2020

“bashing” PowerShell

Even though PowerShell has been around for apparently a long time (cerca 2002) it only came onto my “radar” recently as the “app” that can be used as a Text-Terminal to ssh somewhere. But I was then surprised to discover that in fact PowerShell also exists for MacOS as well as Linux! So I looked a… Read More »

in2csv: the Excel killer is part of csvkit the command-line spreadsheet

Summary csvkit is a suite of command-line tools for converting to and working with CSV, the king of tabular file formats. (csvkit can convert XLSX files to CSV.) A good docker container for csvkit: thomasleplus/csv Inspiration: stack overflow article: convert-xlsx-file-to-csv-using-batch Note: I wrote a different version of this on this post elsewhere: csvkit command-line spreadsheet can convert and… Read More »