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Scripts I have in my home folder for all kinds of purposes. All free.


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  • hask

    11/15/2009

    Makes working with the Haskell interpreter a little easier. Automatically open files in an editor and pre-load them in a new ghci session.

     
    hask

    go!

    11/14/2009

    A shell script helper for compiling, linking, and running a go program. Help speed up my learning by treating a program more like a script.

     
    go!

    tree

    6/14/2009

    This gives a nice display of the directory tree hierarchy. A few subtle touches makes this look very nice. Much more advanced then the find | sed varieties.

     
    tree

  • jsbot

    3/6/2009

    A quick command line implementation of Freenode's jsbot written in Ruby. Very useful for finding information about any JS/DOM topics.

     
    jsbot

    skreemr

    2/23/2009

    A mini-shell for searching, opening, and downloading mp3s from Skreemr. The comfortability of a shell environment and simple commands to do what you really want to do.

     
    skreemr

    easy_share

    2/13/2009

    Immediately Share the current directory in a new tab so you can monitor the requests made have your original tab to continue working in that directory. Meant for Mac OS X.

     
    easy_share

  • line

    1/8/2009

    Ever wanted to just print out a few lines from a file? Maybe point someone to lines 65-75 in their program? This just wasn't easy enough for me to do, so I wrote this script to make it easier.

     
    line

    expanurl

    1/2/2009

    Allows me to open a file on an ExpanDrive mounted Volume on the actual webserver it is associated to, not on my local machine.

     
    expanurl

    rr

    1/1/2009

    Ruby Gem to do pipe friendly Ruby Regular Expression Search and Replace on files with comfortable flexible syntax. Plus its a ruby gem (regex_replace).

     
    rr

  • psgrep

    12/31/2008

    More fine tuned control over searching and killing processes from the terminal. Its written in Ruby and allows for Ruby Regular Expressions.

     
    psgrep

    mp3dl

    12/8/2008

    Given an mp3's URL and an optional name it downloads the file (using curl) to the desktop with the provided name. If given no name it uses the unix timestamp.

     
    mp3dl

    mgrep

    7/14/2008

    Grep using multiple Ruby regular expressions. Test if a file or a particular line matches all of the provided regexs. Includes the ability to negate any regular expression.

     
    mgrep

  • renameall

    5/26/2008

    Helper to change all of the files with a certain file extension to a different file extension. An exercise in file manipulation with Ruby.

     
    renameall

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