Signed-off-by: Vincent Batts <email@example.com>
Random utilities of vbatts' being cleaned up, and published
Add the github PR refspec to a local git repo.
go get github.com/vbatts/utils/cmd/see-pr
$ see-pr -h Usage of see-pr: -config string path to the git config (default ".git/config") -path string local path of the git repo (default ".") -remote string upstream remote name (default "origin")
Then to let it update your
$ see-pr INFO reading from ".git/config" INFO origin/origin URL: firstname.lastname@example.org:vbatts/utils.git INFO appending fetch = +refs/pull/*/head:refs/remotes/pr/* INFO SUCCESS! `git fetch` and then you can `git checkout pr/$NUM` of your PRs
building a document of file checksum info, for a directory tree. Optionally deduplicate the tree using hardlinks.
go get github.com/vbatts/utils/cmd/dups
$ dups -h Usage of dups: -H=false: hardlink the duplicate files -l="": load existing map from file -q=false: less output -s="hash-map.json": file to save map of file hashes to
By default it scans the paths provided, and creates a JSON document of the file paths and their checksum:
$ dups . "/home/vbatts/src/vb/utils/.git/logs/refs/heads/master" is the same content as "/home/vbatts/src/vb/utils/.git/logs/HEAD" "/home/vbatts/src/vb/utils/.git/refs/remotes/origin/master" is the same content as "/home/vbatts/src/vb/utils/.git/refs/heads/master" "/home/vbatts/src/vb/utils/cmd/find-todos/main.go~" is the same content as "/home/vbatts/src/vb/utils/cmd/find-todos/main.go" "/home/vbatts/src/vb/utils/cmd/slackware-sync/README.md~" is the same content as "/home/vbatts/src/vb/utils/cmd/slackware-sync/README.md" "/home/vbatts/src/vb/utils/cmd/slackware-sync/main.go" is the same content as "/home/vbatts/src/vb/utils/cmd/slackware-sync/main.go~" Savings of 0.005681mb wrote "hash-map.json"
-H flag, as duplicate files are found (files with matching checksum)
are encountered, hardlink it to the duplicate file.
Simple date formating for notes
go get github.com/vbatts/utils/cmd/next-note
next-note -h Usage of next-note: -c=false: print current week's filename -d=false: print current date -dir="": Base directory for tasks -p=false: print previous week's filename
Copy ./cmd/next-note/next-note.vim to ~/.vim/plugin/
This provides commands, like:
:Nd- append the date to the current buffer
:Nc- to open a tabe for current week's notes file
:Np- to open a tabe for previous week's notes file
:Nn- to open a tabe for next week's notes file
Look through your notes directory for TODO items.
go get github.com/vbatts/utils/cmd/find-todos