Overview documentation for some of these scripts may be found here:
and manual entries in HTML format here:
The revision control repository is published here:
Some of the Python modules are availoable from PyPI here:
(Because PyPI lacks "author" pages, that is a crude search for my name, which happens to get only my packages at present; they all have names starting "cs." should you need to disambiguate things.)
An autoindex of the scripts is in the file 1INDEX.txt.
Installing my scripts:
Unpack the tarball:
into a suitable directory eg "/opt/css", which I will assume for the sake of example below.
Configure your environment to use the scripts:. /opt/css/env.sh
That line should be in your .profile or other environment setup script. It's pretty simple; it adds the css components to the END of your PATHs (so no css script name preempts anything you already have).
It mostly does this:
export PATH MANPATH PYTHONPATH CLASSPATH PERL5LIB
Several of the scripts expect the following shell environment variables:
- $HOST Your machine's short name.
- Defaults to $HOSTNAME without the trailing components.
- $HOSTNAME Your machine's fully qualified domain name.
- Defaults to hostname.
- $ARCH Your architecure, in the form vendor.cpu.os,
- eg sun.sparc.solaris or sgi.mips.irix.
- $SYSTEMID A name for your machines' administrative domain
- (eg: I use "home" for my home LAN and "zip" for my ISP: zip.com.au).
$USER Your login name.
$SITENAME Your email domain (eg zip.com.au for me).
There are some others, but those cover the common stuff.
You're free to use, modify and redistribute these scripts provided that:
you leave my code marked as mine and your modifications (if any) marked as yours; it's enough to prefix your code with a terse comment like:
# change text - reason text - yourname <youremail> - date
you make recipients aware that the scripts can be obtained for free from my own web page
These scripts work for me, but any of them may have bugs or be arbitrarily dependent on my own login environment. While I try to make most of them usable by others (and am happy to hear suggestions or bug reports), they're for my use and may well not meet your needs. But feel free to hack them to meet your needs.