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Various scripts and programs for the tildeverse.
tildelog has moved to squigglelog.
Use code to generate a list of files contained within a given directory under their home folder. This was originally made to see who had a Code directory (this is the default), but you can specify whatever common directory you’d like to find. Do this:
go build code.go ./code -d bin
This outputs an HTML file in your
public_html/ folder based on the templates/code.html template. The HTML file will be named after whatever directory you’re scanning, so in this example, it’d be
You can optionally supply multiple folders by passing a comma-separated list of folder to the
-d flag. The first folder in the list will be used as the output file name.
go build code.go ./code -d Code,code,projects
This lists files in