Some quick and dirty utilities that do not deserve a dedicated repository
Some quick and dirty utilities that do not deserve a dedicated repository. Most of them are tailored to my personal needs and are not really intended for a generic usage without some sort of customization.
Includes a custom configuration for cdebootstrap. Additional supported flavours are: generic and devel.
A simple (and sample) shell wrapper around maildirsync for synchronizing maildirs with a remote host.
Supports multiple configuration files in
Not used anymore as I've now definitively switched to syncmaildir.
A small shell script for sensibly selecting and spawning an appropriate X terminal emulator (à la sensible-utils).
It does not detect loops (i.e.: when called recursively via a mis-configured
XTERM environment variable) and in this cases it works pretty much like a fork bomb. Don't try this at home.
Quick and dirty shell script for enabling/disabling the laptop's touchpad in X. Wish I had a pointing stick like good ol' ThinkPads.
Does not work nor is needed with "recent" versions of
quvi (just use