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Links 1 through 10 of 23 by Tom Armitage tagged scripting

"This tutorial assumes no previous knowledge of scripting or programming, but progresses rapidly toward an intermediate/advanced level of instruction . . . all the while sneaking in little nuggets of UNIX® wisdom and lore. It serves as a textbook, a manual for self-study, and a reference and source of knowledge on shell scripting techniques. The exercises and heavily-commented examples invite active reader participation, under the premise that the only way to really learn scripting is to write scripts." Really good stuff, which Nick pointed me at this morning when I revealed I couldn't write bash scripts.

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"...once WoLK came out and half the guild went completely insane and started chasing the really silly achievements, it was clear we were going to need an RSS feed of the things. So I built one. It’s based on the Armory, like most WoW tools, and is a complete kludge, like most of my tools. But here are my notes anyway." Hurrah! Tom wrote his magic tool up. It's great, it's daft, and I love the Armory's crazy XML. Alas, my achievements are few and far between...

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"I’m a web developer at heart, and a scripting language user by preference. Coding for the iPhone doesn’t feel as fluid in text handling or HTTP access as the environments I’m used to. Fortunately I’ve been able to find some fantastic open-source libraries and wrappers that make up the difference. Here are my favourites so far:" A useful - and interesting - set of links from Matt B.

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"Castanaut lets you write executable scripts for your screencasts."

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"When we call something a scripting language, we're primarily making a linguistic and cultural judgment, not a technical judgment. I see scripting as one of the humanities. It's our linguistic roots showing through." Larry Wall ++

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"Shoes is a minimalistic Graphical User Interface toolkit for the Ruby programming language, which runs on OS X, Windows, and Linux." Good how-to guide for getting it up and running on OSX, too. Looks nice.

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"it should be possible to combine the existing Safari method, Opera and Mozilla’s DOMContentLoaded support, and Hedger’s IE approach into a short bit of boilerplate code that can be dropped into your standalone script." Nice!

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sed is my new best friend. This is very, very useful.

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Lots of meaty/head-scratchy examples in here, but it's definitely a lot of best-practice for your money.

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