A friend came to me asking if I could help him making crawling through his thousands of camera images a little easier. His camera named his pictures in a confusing manner I guess so I came up with this. This uses the EXIF data of the images to rename your images in a date/time format. It also supports sequences, which are pictures taken in rapid succession. This only does png/jpg's and the extension..
Tired of having a bunch of messy, disorganized code? Need a little more order in your life? This is for you. What this does is sorts your code for you alphabetically and case-insensitively. Feed it your source and it'll output sorted.code The code:
It's about to get math-y up in here. This finds which number produces the most terms in the Collatz sequence, up to a value you specify. For those who don't know, the iterative sequence in the Collatz sequence is: If n is odd: Multiply by three and add one. If n is even: Divide by two. (n*3+1)or(n/2); Continue until you end up at one. It's believed every number will eventually end up at one.
Goes through a folder with scene releases in it and then checks which ones are okay to unrar and then unrars these releases, adds the release to log so it doesnt unrar it again and renames the unrared file to proper release name, useful for those of you who create "home videos" in scene release style (=D)
Long /me action messages sent over the Justin.TV IRC Network are not displayed as actions by XChat-WDK clients. This requested snippet corrects this quirk.
This command is one i made for a server im administrator on. It is a command made for Chatspace users who are on xchat. This command joins a room and will then register the room and delete your sop then add the SOP of the user who you registered the room for
Linux CLI Shell Login script that displays various system and user statistics after sign-in validation. Additionally a call to a thin RSS webpage gives basic two day weather info within the same data stream. This weather can be set to display the weather at the server location as default with option for individual users setting a dot file in $HOME to provide their own personal weather forcast. Also,..
This is basically the second most annoying plugin I have made for X-Chat. It highlights everyone in the channel in one easy command. "/mh" No one likes this command besides the user to get attention. If you want to be a jerk, try "/allchan mh" Or if you want to be even more of a jerk, "/Allchan mh /timer 10 amsg The Game." 10 seconds should me enough to wait for everyone to glance at the screen, right?
This is if you want to make a simple Perl IRC bot. You need to get POE::Component things if you want to use it. I also loaded the thing up with comments, and a couple commands just to let you know what goes on. Hopefully I didn't screw anything up, my first post.
Makes Xchat's Auto Replace case insensitive. This snippet was written at the request of Cracker200. One big problem is that lines are not added to the input box history. Xchat seems to lack a method to do this easily. I will keep looking at ways to resolve this issue but in the meantime I have posted this snippet. Use command /replace to update the script after making changes to Auto Replace List.
Place this snippet into your xchat user folder to auto-identify to NickServ on IrCQNet. You must have the password set within Network list. The advantage to adding this is that it will identify even after you have connected and change to another nickname for instance if you have an away nick. This snippet could be easily adapted to any server.