Over the years I've written a few small programs to help me out in my job and/or for personal gain. I've decided that others might gain from my labors, so here we go.
|grabem-1.6||Grabem grabs a list of files off a
web site. Requires perl and LWP::Simple. Use wget instead
|.complete-nmh||Source this into your bash completions if you use nmh. It will give you tab completion for your recursive nmh folders|
|lc||This program will lowercase all the chars in a filename|
|my .exrc||My vi/ex .exrc macros, with explainations|
|NOT BL dot ORG SOFTWARE: Stuff I didn't write, but feel OK providing.|
|plum||plum, a tchrist written perl front-end to (n)mh mail, with my notes for getting it working under Linux|
|gpgedit||gpgedit is for using GNU Privacy Guard (gpg) with (n)mh. I didn't write this, but I modified this script, which was for PGP 2.6.|
|mhtake||(From the comments at the top of
Mhtake looks at the current mh mail message or a range of messages and prompts the user to supply a mail alias to be associated with the author's e-mail address in the mh Aliasfile.
|gsh utils||gsh works just like rsh(1C) except that you may specify a set of hosts to execute the command on. The host sets are defined in the file /etc/ghosts. (An individual host name can be used as a set containing one member.) Modified from the original to use ssh instead of rsh.|