A bunch of useful scripts for the (OS X) terminal.
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shkit

A bunch of useful scripts for the (OS X) terminal, especially useful for haxe development.

Using shkit

To use these tools, simply download the tools you'd like or clone this repository:

git clone https://github.com/Aurel300/shkit.git

Then add the resulting shkit directory to your PATH environment variable and run the initialisation script (if you want to use iscool), by adding these lines to your ~/.profile:

export PATH="/path/to/shkit/bin:$PATH"
source "/path/to/shkit/init.sh"

Compatibility

Most of these scripts are tested only on OS X, but some will probably work without any difficulty on any Linux machine.

Scripts included

busyloop - execute command with a single keypress

This script executes the rest of its arguments as a command everytime a key is pressed in the terminal and displays the output. Any key press triggers the command (except for q), not just newlines. This could be useful if you find yourself running the same command repeatedly by pressing up arrow, then enter.

$ busyloop echo "foo"
busyloop: [ echo foo ] press any key to execute; q to quit (a)
    foo
busyloop: [ echo foo ] press any key to execute; q to quit (enter)
    foo
busyloop: [ echo foo ] press any key to execute; q to quit (q)

If the first argument supplied is -n, busyloop will only wait for newlines to execute the command. To exit, type q, then enter.

hx - haxe code utility

By default, build using the make.hxml file in the current working directory. hx run or the rx (shortcut) attempts to run the built files, currently only supported with neko and swf projects.

hx runonly or hx ro only runs the currently built files (if possible), without building.

rx - shortcut for hx run (build and run)

Just a shortcut for ease of use.

nuhx - create a new haxe project

Creates a new haxe project / class in the current working directory.

nuhx neko nekoproject
nuhx eneko autoexecnekoproject
nuhx js javascriptproject
nuhx flash swfproject
nuhx ludum ludumdaregame
nuhx flash swfproject 320 240 60

When creating classes, nuhx tries to locate a make.hxml file in the directory structure. If found, the package for the class is set accordingly. Use a dummy make.hxml file at the root of a library structure to make use of this feature if needed.

nuhx cl MyClass

Creates MyClass.hx containing a skeleton class MyClass.

nuhx cl MyBetterClass MyClass

Creates a skeleton class MyBetterClass that extends MyClass.

makedl - temporary one-file HTTP server

Uses nc to listen at a given port to serve a file and make the browser download it.

makedl MyFile.zip

Now MyFile.zip is available at localhost:1234. To change the port, use another argument:

makedl MyOtherFile.zip 4321

Part of the output of ifconfig is also displayed in order to help you find your own IP address.

tl - record a timelapse of your screen(s)

Records timelapses of your screen by taking screenshots at a regular interval. The result is a sequence of .jpg files which are very easily put together into a video e.g. with ffmpeg or After Effects.

$ tl help
tl: timelapse recorder
by Aurel Bílý (https://github.com/Aurel300/shkit)
usage:
  tl[ -l][ <path>[ <interval>]]
    start recording the screen(s)
    every frame is saved to <path>, prefixed with
      p (main screen) or q (second screen, if present)
    attempts to continue a previously-started timelapse
      if <path> contains files in the correct format

    -l
      if specified, logs start / stop times into tl_log.txt
      useful for keeping track of multiple sessions
    <path>
      path in which to save the recorded files,
        directory created if needed
      default: TL
    <interval>
      interval in seconds between frames
      default: 5

  tl help
    show this

zipclean - clean .zip after Mac archival

Compressing files with the default Compress function on Mac results in an archive containing a number of useless platform-specific files (presumably) containing some metadata, e.g:

$ zipinfo LICENSE.zip
Archive:  LICENSE.zip   1218 bytes   3 files
-rw-r--r--  2.1 unx     1083 bX defN 22-Jul-16 16:09 LICENSE
drwxrwxr-x  2.1 unx        0 bx stor 22-Jul-16 16:38 __MACOSX/
-rw-r--r--  2.1 unx      247 bX defN 22-Jul-16 16:09 __MACOSX/._LICENSE
3 files, 1330 bytes uncompressed, 784 bytes compressed:  41.1%

This is tedious and might potentially lead to some security risks in marginal cases, so zipclean gets rid of these files:

$ zipclean LICENSE.zip
$ zipinfo LICENSE.zip
Archive:  LICENSE.zip   789 bytes   1 file
-rw-r--r--  2.1 unx     1083 bx defN 22-Jul-16 16:09 LICENSE
1 file, 1083 bytes uncompressed, 649 bytes compressed:  40.1%

iscool - sound notification after command exit

(This requires sox to be installed.)

This little script can be used right after executing another command. It plays a "success" bloop if the exit code of the previous command is 0, and an "error" noise if not. The intended usage is to notify of script success / failure for scripts which take a long time to complete and are usually put in the background. E.g. with a long compilation:

$ hx; iscool
(will make a noise if hx produced an error, a bloop otherwise)

macclean - clean Mac files in directory

(todo)