Commands by shavenwarthog (3)

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Get current Xorg resolution via xrandr
Not sure if it works the same on any shell.

Automatically rename tmux window using the current working directory
Adds a function that runs every time the prompt is rendered. The function grabs the CWD from PWD and issues a command to tmux to change the current window

Convert CSV to JSON
Replace 'csv_file.csv' with your filename.

Display a wave pattern
Purely frivolous - print a sine/cosine curve to the console - the width varies as it progresses. Ctrl-C to halt.

bypass any aliases and functions for the command
A simple directive which disables all aliases and functions for the command immediately following it. Shortcut for the bash built-in 'command' - "command linefoo". Think, {sic}...

Capitalize first letter of each word in a string
I find it useless but definitely simpler than #9230

Recursively create a TAGS file for an entire source tree. TAGS files are useful for editors like Vim and Emacs

Minimize Apps When Middle Clicking on Titlebar
Middle click on titlebar to minimize apps

Remount root in read-write mode.
Saved my day, when my harddrive got stuck in read-only mode.

Rename files in batch


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