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# Create a new directory and enter it
function md() {
mkdir -p "$@" && cd "$@"
}


# find shorthand
function f() {
    find . -name "$1"
}


# lets toss an image onto my server and pbcopy that bitch.
function scpp() {
    scp "$1" aurgasm@aurgasm.us:~/paulirish.com/i;
    echo "http://paulirish.com/i/$1" | pbcopy;
    echo "Copied to clipboard: http://paulirish.com/i/$1"
}

# Start an HTTP server from a directory, optionally specifying the port
function server() {
local port="${1:-8000}"
open "http://localhost:${port}/"
# Set the default Content-Type to `text/plain` instead of `application/octet-stream`
# And serve everything as UTF-8 (although not technically correct, this doesn’t break anything for binary files)
python -c $'import SimpleHTTPServer;\nmap = SimpleHTTPServer.SimpleHTTPRequestHandler.extensions_map;\nmap[""] = "text/plain";\nfor key, value in map.items():\n\tmap[key] = value + ";charset=UTF-8";\nSimpleHTTPServer.test();' "$port"
}

# git log with per-commit cmd-clickable GitHub URLs (iTerm)
function gf() {
  local remote="$(git remote -v | awk '/^origin.*\(push\)$/ {print $2}')"
  [[ "$remote" ]] || return
  local user_repo="$(echo "$remote" | perl -pe 's/.*://;s/\.git$//')"
  git log $* --name-status --color | awk "$(cat <<AWK
    /^.*commit [0-9a-f]{40}/ {sha=substr(\$2,1,7)}
    /^[MA]\t/ {printf "%s\thttps://github.com/$user_repo/blob/%s/%s\n", \$1, sha, \$2; next}
    /.*/ {print \$0}
AWK
  )" | less -F
}


# Copy w/ progress
cp_p () {
  rsync -WavP --human-readable --progress $1 $2
}


# Test if HTTP compression (RFC 2616 + SDCH) is enabled for a given URL.
# Send a fake UA string for sites that sniff it instead of using the Accept-Encoding header. (Looking at you, ajax.googleapis.com!)
function httpcompression() {
encoding="$(curl -LIs -H 'User-Agent: Mozilla/5 Gecko' -H 'Accept-Encoding: gzip,deflate,compress,sdch' "$1" | grep '^Content-Encoding:')" && echo "$1 is encoded using ${encoding#* }" || echo "$1 is not using any encoding"
}

# Syntax-highlight JSON strings or files
function json() {
if [ -p /dev/stdin ]; then
# piping, e.g. `echo '{"foo":42}' | json`
python -mjson.tool | pygmentize -l javascript
else
# e.g. `json '{"foo":42}'`
python -mjson.tool <<< "$*" | pygmentize -l javascript
fi
}


# take this repo and copy it to somewhere else minus the .git stuff.
function gitexport(){
mkdir -p "$1"
git archive master | tar -x -C "$1"
}



# get gzipped size
function gz() {
echo "orig size (bytes): "
cat "$1" | wc -c
echo "gzipped size (bytes): "
gzip -c "$1" | wc -c
}

# All the dig info
function digga() {
dig +nocmd "$1" any +multiline +noall +answer
}

# Escape UTF-8 characters into their 3-byte format
function escape() {
printf "\\\x%s" $(printf "$@" | xxd -p -c1 -u)
echo # newline
}

# Decode \x{ABCD}-style Unicode escape sequences
function unidecode() {
perl -e "binmode(STDOUT, ':utf8'); print \"$@\""
echo # newline
}
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