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alfresco-m2.sh
ansi-reset
audb
calc
capture
cmisw
count-lines
csdb
deploy-mvn
ec
emacs-daemon
favicon
find-in-jar
findex
gmvn
h2
ical2org
jad
lein
lintstr
maven-growl-failure.jpg
maven-growl-success.jpg
mvnep
ordb
orgit
orgit.log
piotop
psdb
run-war
sorted-du
sshfs
start-smtpd
svndiff
svnsw
switch-jdk
sytac-newsletter
treeps
urlenc
whatismyip
xget
xmlenc

README.txt

Collection of more or less useful small scripts to help day by day activities.

* ansi-reset
If you messed up your terminal, resets to defaults

* capture
Creates a capture file to be analyzed later on in Wireshark

* count-lines
Counts the total number of lines for file of a given type

* ec
Emacs daemon/client shortcut. Extremely useful.

* emacs-daemon
To support ec

* find-in-jar
Searches recursively for a Class within all the JARs in the PWD

* findex
My most used find/grep combination

* gmvn
Maven builds take ages, on Mac you can now have growl notifications

* ical2org
Converts org mode files into ical, for GCalendar sync

* lein
Leiningen

* sorted-du
As the name says

* sshfs
As the name says

* start-smtpd
Starts a local SMTP server for testing purposes (Python)

* switch-jdk
On a Mac, to switch the default JDK version

* whatismyip
Uses a remote service to see which IP is used to go on the Internet

* xmlenc
Outputs the XML encoded version of input params or stdin (Python)
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