Well, at least in Linux you might find out using this command:
This will print to stdout, similar to a regular print, but it will also log to file.
Quick and dirty way to just create a 10GB temp file for testing e.g. network transfer speeds.
An easy way to get going with PySide in Maya (or Nuke for that matter) without the hassle of dealing with the shiboken/sip layer.
After having done a quick Google search, it seems nobody has yet posted a quick Python snippet that does this.
A short note on how to work with relative paths in Autodesk’s Maya.
A very simple and quite rudimental search and replace script with a UI. It will only search and replace contents of files and not the filenames.