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  1. runpar.sh  :  Parallel Processing Shell Script
  2. bookmarks.sh  :  Bookmarks for the Bash

runpar.sh

Parallel Processing Shell Script

runpar.sh is a shell script that executes commands in parallel, but their number is limited to an adjustable value.

With one CPU runpar.sh can be used to spread the load. If multiple CPUs are available, processes can be executed in parallel.
Version 1.1
Download
   RunPar.tar.gz
Documentation
Manual included. Read the manual online :   runpar.1.pdf

bookmarks.sh

BOOKMARKS FOR THE BASH

The file bookmarks.sh provides a bookmark management system for the Bash version 4.0+.
To use it add the following line to '~/.bash' and start a new shell:

 source <PATH_TO_FILE>/bookmarks.sh

The automatically generated default bookmark file is '~/.bookmarks.data'.

The following commands are now available (if there are no conflicts with
previously defined commands with the same name):

  b  bookmark [dir]        :  bookmark a directory
                                <no option>  bookmark the curent directory
                                dir          bookmark dir
  bm bookmark              : resolve a bookmark (tab compl.)
  bl [-d][-t][regex]       :  show the bookmark list
                                -d           dictionary order
                                -t           show time stamps
                                regex        list bookmarks matching regex
  g  [bookmark]            :  go to a bookmark or named directory (tab compl.)
                                <no option>  go to the home directory
                                bookmark     go to the bookmarked directory
  p  [bookmark]            :  push bookmark / directory onto dir stack (tab compl.)
                                bookmark     pushd bookmarked directory
  r  [bookmark|regex]      :  remove a saved bookmark(s) (tab compl.)
                                bookmark     remove bookmark
                                regex        remove bookmarks matching regex

  gh bookmark              :  go to a Midnight Commander hotlist entry (tab compl.)
                              use ssh for a SHell filesystem link
  hl [-d][regex]           :  Midnight Commander directory hotlist
                                -d           dictionary order
                                regex        list bookmarks matching regex

  bookmarks [-h]           :  this help message
  bookmarks  -b bmfile     :  use bookmark file bmfile
  bookmarks  -i            :  import Midnight Commander hotlist
  bookmarks  -r [bash|mc]  :  reread Bash/MC bookmark file
  bookmarks  -e [bookmark] : export a shell variable from every bookmark
                           : export a shell variable from given bookmark


REGEX
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The commands bl, r, and hl can take a regular expression to specify a pattern.
The regular expression flavor used is described im the manual regex(7). Keep in
mind that command line parameters will be subjected to parameter expansion. In
doubt the regex has to be quoted. The regex supplied will be evaluated between
the two anchors ^ and $ (beginning of the line/end of the line).  A few
examples for the r-command:

  r  test2             remove bookmark 'test2'
  r  "a."*             all bookmarks starting with 'a'
  r  ".*[0-9]$"        all bookmarks ending with a digit
  r  ...               all bookmarks with length 3
  r  ".*a.*"           all bookmarks with one or more 'a' in its name
  r  ".*x{2,}.*"       all bookmarks with 2 or more consecutive letters 'x'

SHELL VARIABLES
---------------
The command 

 bookmark -e 

exports a shell variable from every existing and new bookmark.  Add this line
to ~/.bashrc to use this feature permanently. For the bookmark

 vm                   '/home/vmware.shared-folders'

the variable vm will be exported. An already existing variable will not be
overwritten. The variable can be used with shell commands, e.g.

 diff ./file $vm/file

To export only one variable use e.g.

 bookmark -e vm

RESOLVE A BOOKMARK
------------------
To occasionally resolve a bookmark without exporting a variable use bm:

 diff ./file `bm vm`/file

Please note the backticks: bm is a shell function.


CREDIT
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This work was inspired by bashDirB by Ira Chayut (http://www.dirb.info/bashDirB).

AUTHOR
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Dr. Fritz Mehner (fgm), mehner@fh-swf.de

Version 1.6
Download   bookmarks.zip
Documentation The zip-archive contains a README.  

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