Author: Ian Gable email@example.com
texwatcher is a basic tool for automatically compiling a TeX file with rubber when that file is changed. The tool was designed for OSX so that you can use any editor to edit your TeX and have the Mac Preview application pop up with your most recent changes contained in it.
Use the built in help by
webdeploy is can be used to clone a git repo and scp its contentents to a webserver after cleaning out the .git directories. It could also be modified to use rsync. Using rsync is probably better then this script.
Call it from .git/hooks/post-commit. You can see the built in help with
A perl script that makes a histogram of the number of completed Condor jobs with a day wide bin. Everything is hardcoded into the script. You have to read the source to figure out how to use it.
Reads and wirtes a file with with python IO with different buffer sizes. It outputs the time required for the various buffer sizes
$ benchmark-buf.py --help
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of either:
a) the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3, or (at your option) any later version, or
b) the Apache v2 License.