Archive for May, 2004

ARB v3.0 has been released and is available here:
https://github.com/Lx/powerpro-ARB/archive/v3.0.zip

  • Modified to conform to standard configuration
  • Renamed included ‘Add’, ‘Rebuild’, ‘Remove’ and ‘Edit’ aliases to ARB_Add’, ARB_Rebuild’’, ARB_Remove’’ and ‘ARB_Edit’’ respectively, as per David Troesch’s request
  • Renamed included ’‘Acronym’’ alias to ’‘Acro’’ for ease of typing
  • Added ’‘G’’, ’‘Go’’ and ‘’Eval’’ aliases—comments on their usage are included within their definitions

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I didn't need that.

I’ve just woken from a dream that is going to mentally screw me over quite badly for the next couple days or more—which is something I really don’t need in my current state.  My head is heavy with the already prevalent tormenting thoughts and visions as it is.

This is something I’ve successfully avoided thinking about for almost a year now and I don’t know why I’ve gone into some sort of relapse.  Funnily enough though, it’s something I always saw and feared happening.

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This release is a complete rewrite, adding the ‘Remove’ alias to the ‘Add’, ‘Edit’ and ‘Rebuild’ aliases that are included.  Also, there is no need to rebuild the entire alias cache after an add or remove through the supplied aliases, as only what’s necessary is performed.

If you wish to upgrade to this version, please note that I have renamed the ‘Refresh’ parameters and aliases to ‘Rebuild’ in an attempt to lessen the confusion as to what is performed.

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Script:

  • Added ‘Add’ alias, as per David Troesch’s request

Documentation:

  • Added Upgrading section

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> File : /Scripts/ARB.zip
> Uploaded by : lx_peters <alex@...> 
> Description : Adds alias, auto-completion and persistent
> history functionality to the PowerPro Run box (v1.0)
> You can access this file at the URL
> https://github.com/Lx/powerpro-ARB/archive/v1.0.zip

Due to all the recent hype about this stuff, and my failed attempts at getting the published scripts to work, I decided to have a shot at scripting something similar myself.

I take no responsibility whatsoever for the ideas, let me assure you—just the code used to get the job done. 🙂

Please let me know what you think.

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Oh, it tinkles.

Here’s something for you all to remember: when you’re swinging a computer monitor around over your head, pay more attention to your light fittings or you’ll have a mass of electircal wiring hanging from your ceiling and shards of glass all over the place, including your desk, your bedside table, your floor, your chair and your bed. More »