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)
Well since IRSSI is the client of the future i decided to make a litle script for it. Just a litle port checker script. It includes /check and !check Its basicaly a my first script so don't blame me because i did something wrong. If you find bugs please tell me so i can fix them.
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.