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Shell programming

Shell programming

Posted Dec 2, 2012 19:37 UTC (Sun) by boudewijn (subscriber, #14185)
In reply to: Shell programming by bokr
Parent article: Quotes of the week

Nice script... But I prefer to press alt-f2, and then type "wp:maillol" if I need to get the wikipedia article for that lemma. Or "qt:qstring" if I've forgotten once again what the correct way of converting an integer to a string is. Or "dict:espieglerie" for definitions of the word I always assumed meant "mirror" or "ggi:maillol" for images of sculptures by the master. In fact, I'm so used to it that I never keep a browser window open, at all.


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Shell programming

Posted Dec 10, 2012 0:20 UTC (Mon) by Baylink (guest, #755) [Link]

Sure. But his approach is much more portable across workstation OS distributions than yours is. :-)

Shell programming

Posted Dec 18, 2012 12:35 UTC (Tue) by wookey (subscriber, #5501) [Link]

I tried that and a little window opened to type in, but hitting return said:
Failed to open URI "wp:maillol"

I'm using XFCE. What were you using?

Shell programming

Posted Dec 18, 2012 13:00 UTC (Tue) by boudewijn (subscriber, #14185) [Link]

KDE of course. KDE's krunner is amazingly powerful and useful.


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