dotfiles. These are mine.
A collection of all kinds of little scripts. Some stolen, some found, some I even made myself!
See below for more information about the contents of this repository
Count the lines of code for a given github repository. Requires CLOC to work.
Original Source can be found on GitHub.
I used this for Functional Programming. We had to write lhs style Haskell, so my natural reaction was to not do that and instead use a script to convert 'real' Haskell source files to 'literal' style source files. Requires a Haskell interpreter to run.
The original can be found on this Github page.
Moss is a tool for detecting software similarity (read: plagiarism). Comes in handy when checking student submissions. See the original page for more information.
The script itself is well documented, so have a look for usage instructions there.
A helper script for opening
.url files under linux.
For installation/usage instructions see this site.
This funky little script can backup and restore Gnome keybindings into CSV. Kindly donated by StackExchange, see here.
# Backkup ./keybindings.pl -e /tmp/keys.csv # Restore ./keybindings.pl -i /tmp/keys.csv