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Search for one/many words on commandlinefu, results in vim for easy copy, manipulation. The -R flag is for readonly mode...you can still write to a file, but vim won't prompt for save on quit.
What I'd really like is a way to do this from within vim in a new tab. Something like
:cmdfu search terms
shell function which allows you to tag files by creating symbolic links directories in a 'tags' folder.
The tag function takes a tag name as its first argument, then a list of files which take that tag. The directory $HOME/tags/tagname will then hold symbolic links to each of the tagged files. This function was modified from bartonski's (http://www.commandlinefu.com/commands/view/10216) inspired by tmsu (found at https://bitbucket.org/oniony/tmsu/wiki/Home) with readlink function by flxndn (http://www.commandlinefu.com/commands/view/10222).
tag dog airedale.txt .shizturc weimeraner.pl
This will create $HOME/tags/dog which contains symbolic links to airedale.txt .shizturc and weimeraner.pl
Show external IP and geolocation information.
Primary feature is the use of tee to echo IP _and_ send to geoiplookup command...Use IP as input for as many commands as you want with more >( [command] )
Requires MaxMind DB and geoiplookup tool.
Sample output has IP obfuscated on first line, lines 2-4 from having MaxMind Country && MaxMind City DBs installed