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Ferry Boender

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Multi-git-status now shows branches with no upstream

Just a quick update on Multi-git-status. It now also shows branches with no upstream. These are typically branches created locally that haven't been configured to track a local or remote branch. Any changes in those branches are lost when the repo is removed from your machine. Additionally, multi-git-status now handles branches with slashes in them […]

Lurch: a unixy launcher and auto-typer

I cobbled together a unixy command / application launcher and auto-typer. I've dubbed it Lurch. Features: Fuzzy filtering as-you-type. Execute commands. Open new browser tabs. Auto-type into currently focussed window Auto-type TOTP / rfc6238 / two-factor / Google Authenticator codes. Unixy and composable. Reads entries from stdin. You can use and combine these features to […]

multi-git-status can now hide repos that don't need attention

I've added an "-e" argument to my multi-git-status project. It hides repositories that have no unpushed, untracked or uncommitted changes. Without "-e": And with the "-e" argument:

Ansible-cmdb v1.26: Generate a host overview of Ansible facts.

I've just released ansible-cmdb v1.26. Ansible-cmdb takes the output of Ansible's fact gathering and converts it into a static HTML overview page containing system configuration information. It supports multiple templates (fancy html, txt, markdown, json and sql) and extending information gathered by Ansible with custom data. This release includes the following features and improvements: Custom and host local facts […]

Ansible-cmdb v1.23: Generate a host overview of Ansible facts.

I've just released ansible-cmdb v1.23. Ansible-cmdb takes the output of Ansible's fact gathering and converts it into a static HTML overview page containing system configuration information. It supports multiple templates (fancy html, txt, markdown, json and sql) and extending information gathered by Ansible with custom data. This release includes the following changes: group_vars are now parsed. Sub directories in […]

sshbg: Change terminal background when SSHing (for Tilix and Xterm)

This is gonna be a short post. I wrote a tool to change the background color of my terminal when I ssh to a machine. It works on Tilix and Xterm, but not most other terminals because they don't support the ANSI escape sequence for changing the background color. It works by combining SSH's LocalCommand […]

ScriptForm v1.3: Webserver that automatically generates forms to serve as frontends to scripts

I've just released v1.3 of Scriptform. ScriptForm is a stand-alone webserver that automatically generates forms from JSON to serve as frontends to scripts. It takes a JSON file which contains form definitions, constructs web forms from this JSON and serves these to users over HTTP. The user can select a form and fill it out. When […]

How to solve RPMs created by Alien having file conflicts

I generate release packages for my software with Alien, which amongst other things converts .deb packages to .rpm. On Fedora 24 however, the generated RPMs cause a small problem when installed with Yum: Transaction check error: file / from install of cfgtrack-1.0-2.noarch conflicts with file from package filesystem-3.2-20.el7.x86_64 file /usr/bin from install of cfgtrack-1.0-2.noarch conflicts […]

Ansible-cmdb v1.20: Generate a host overview of Ansible facts.

I've just released ansible-cmdb v1.20. Ansible-cmdb takes the output of Ansible's fact gathering and converts it into a static HTML overview page containing system configuration information. It supports multiple templates (fancy html, txt, markdown, json and sql) and extending information gathered by Ansible with custom data. This release includes the following changes: Support for installation in a VirtualEnv. New […]

ScriptForm v1.1: Webserver that automatically generates forms to serve as frontends to scripts

ScriptForm is a stand-alone webserver that automatically generates forms from JSON to serve as frontends to scripts. It takes a JSON file which contains form definitions, constructs web forms from this JSON and serves these to users over HTTP. The user can select a form and fill it out. When the user submits the form, it […]

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