Announcing tools-osx ¬

2010-10-26

Ever since Mac OS X was released, I’ve found myself working via the command line more and more every year. While there are some native commands like open, pbcopy, and pbpaste with NeXTSTEP roots which help one switch back and forth between the CLI & GUI, I’ve always found a few gaping holes.

Over the last few days, while learning git and playing with github, I’ve grabbed two of the bash scripts I’ve managed to keep ahold of through many a hard drive since 2007: eject & trash. They’ve been polished up a bit and are now part of a collection named tools-osx which I’ll be adding to as I fill empty spaces in my Mac OS X command line toolbox.

Go ahead and download them or grab the source code on github!

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