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Created May 23, 2017
ShugaBot OSS Edition
# S H U G A B O T / / /
# Created by HeyItsShuga
# This is the open-source version of ShugaBot.
# It is different from the version you can add
# at, only
# including the most interesting features.
# To implement, use Red-DiscordBot and put this
# file in the cogs/ folder as "". This
# will add the ShugaBot OSS commands into your
Shugabuga /
Last active Aug 8, 2020
Eclipse Repos

Eclipse Repos


Repos for Eclipse are designed to make it easy to distribute your collection of ROMs to friends and family.

Due to legal reasons, distributing copyrighted ROMs is highly discouraged. Keep this in mind if you want to make a featured ROM.


Shugabuga /
Created Jul 14, 2020
Pretend You're Xyzzy bulk uploader.
import requests, csv, time
def main():
print("Cards Against Uploader")
with open("inp.csv", "r") as file:
file = csv.reader(file, delimiter=',')
for row in file:
if row[0] is not "color":
upload(row[0], row[1], "NYA", row[3], row[2])
Shugabuga /
Last active Jun 30, 2020
Parade: A utility to extract remote assets from the Kemono Friends 3 mobile game.
# Parade v1.0.1
# A utility to extract remote assets from the Kemono Friends 3 mobile game.
# © 2020 Shuga.
# Assets extracted from SEGA's servers. For use in Unity.
import csv, requests, os, io
# # Line to start at (zero-indexed).
# line = 1
# Lightweight MOTD script by Shuga. Licensed under CC-0.
PS1="\033[48;$SHUGA_MACHINE_COLOR $SHUGA_MACHINE_ICON\033[38;2;0;0;0m \w\[ \033[00m\]\033[38;$SHUGA_MACHINE_COLOR""\033[00m\] "
Shugabuga /
Last active May 19, 2020
Sileo native depiction notes.

These are all the classes recognized by Sileo at the time of posting (and the ones supported by Parcility's Kennel package:

DepictionStackView (possible edge cases. see: Packix footer for "nested," landscape set to true)

DepictionAutoStackView (pretty close to a DepictionStackView tbh, but has one new property. extends?)

DepictionTabView (Tabs. Can be within other tabs, although this is rare.)


Shugabuga /
Created Mar 24, 2020
Randomly pick a certain amount of users for a retweet raffle.
#!/usr/bin/env python3
# Run this command to go:
# python3 <count> <tweetId>
import requests
import base64, urllib, time
from io import BytesIO
import twitter
from random import randint
Shugabuga /
Last active Feb 28, 2020
Running Silica on Windows Subsystem for Linux.

Silica for Windows Subsystem for Linix (WSL)

Due to Silica requiring dpkg-deb to properly work, you cannot run Silica in native Windows. As a result, you need to set your machine up WSL and Ubuntu for Windows, which will allow for Linux programs to run in Windows via a terminal.

1. Set up WSL

Please follow this official tutorial. Please use Ubuntu for ideal results.

2. Setting up WSL for dpkg-deb

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The year is 2020. Everything is Chrome.
You wake up. Your alarm clock is powered by Electron.
You commute to work. Your car's dashboard is Electron.
Once you're at your day job, you launch Slack (Electron), open Microsoft Edge (Chrome), and launch VS Code (Electron).
Once you are done with work, you push your changes via the GitHub client (Electron), clock out online (JavaScript), and drive home.
Shugabuga / silica-mit.license
Last active May 6, 2019
Silica MIT License: the license used in Silica.
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Silica MIT License
Copyright (c) 2019 Shuga Holdings
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights
to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
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