|Last Modified||2013-11-02 18:53 UTC|
I have recently changed my TU signing key. I am now using the new key to sign files on this site.
|Fingerprint||EC3C BE7F 607D 11E6 6314 9E81 1D1F 0DC7 8F17 3680|
The old key has not been compromised but residual signatures will be replaced as the signed files are updated. See the main page of the site for details.
|Last Modified||2013-09-23 00:38 UTC|
moz2fs is a tool for synchronizing subsets of bookmarks across multiple Firefox profiles. See the project page for details.
|Last Modified||2013-08-26 04:33 UTC|
hexgrep is a command-line tool for searching for byte sequences in binary data. The tool implements its own simplified query language that supports inequalities and wild cards. Values may be given in decimal, hexadecimal or octal format, and the formats may be freely mixed. Multibyte values are supported and their byte translation can be controlled with the endianness flag.
|Last Modified||2013-08-18 20:03 UTC|
I have just been informed by Dusty (the site's generous host) that there is a pending server migration and that outages may be expected. If the site disappears sometime in the coming days or weeks, it should only be temporary. Keep an eye on the Arch Linux forum for updates and eventual mirror announcements.
|Last Modified||2013-08-26 04:32 UTC|
bash-statemgr is a Bash module that provides an easy way to create your own custom scripts to manage states. It can be used to quickly switch xrandr screen layouts for different locations (e.g. dual monitors at home), change feh desktop backgrounds, configure alsaequal equalizer levels for different audio setups (e.g. headphones or stereo, music or movie).
The package also includes a script named
obstatemgr that generates Openbox pipe menus for these custom scripts:
You will find StateMgr-based scripts (linked) on the project page.
beautify-css is a command-line CSS stream parser written in Haskell. It will output CSS with uniform whitespace and sorted selectors and declarations.