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Repository of shell scripts that have made my life easier
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.gitignore Savepoint
README Renamed aliases.sh to helpers.sh and updated README
__init__.py Savepoint
abuse.sh Added abuse.sh, for processing ARF messages
bootstrap_bottle Added server.py, updated aliases.sh and bootstrap_bottle
bootstrap_heroku Add bootstrap_heroku script
bootstrap_vim bootstrap.vim
build_heroku Make build_heroku more robust
build_histogram.py Fixes to build_histogram.py
extract_invalid_emails.py Added extract_bad_emails.py that pulls invalid emails out of a file
generate_email_chunk.sh Savepoint
git-completion.bash add git-completion.bash
helpers.sh
install.sh
json2csv.py Savepoint
json2email_distribution.sh Added first version of json2email_distribution.sh
rls Rename rlscripts to rls
send.rb Update send.rb to use localhost
senderscore.sh Added senderscore.sh, a utility to log to CSV the SMTP sender scores …
server.py Commented out route in server.py and added comment
sorted_list_intersection.py Save local changes to sorted_list_intersection, not sure what they ar…
ssh-agent-status Add ssh-agent-status for PS1
subtract.sh Added aliases.sh
t Fixes to ssh-reagent
timeout Added `timeout' script

README

Collection of scripts that I find enhance my Command Line Experience (r)

 build_histogram.py			Minimal library to produce histogram data
 extract_invalid_emails.py		Given a file as an argument or STDIN, print only bad email addresses
 generate_email_chunk.sh		Used to concatenate email segments and seed lists (probably only useful to me)
 helpers.sh					Simple aliases to make the shell more friendly
 json2csv.py:				Extract keys from newline seperated JSON dictionaries to CSV output
 json2email_distribution.sh		Given a JSON with an 'email' field, find the top domains and counts
 senderscore.sh:			Log to CSV the SMTP sender scores for blocks of IPs
 subtract.sh:				Subtracts patterns in file from a file (alias for grep basically)

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