Skip to content

Instantly share code, notes, and snippets.

@awol
awol / ssh-background
Last active Sep 2, 2015 — forked from BugRoger/ssh-background
Changes iTerm2's background color based on host configuration
View ssh-background
#!/usr/bin/env bash
# Installation:
# 1. Save this script to /some/bin/ssh-background
# 2. chmod 755 /some/bin/ssh-background
# 3. alias ssh='. /some/bin/ssh-background'
# 4. Configure your host colors below.
# 5. Define environment variables ssh_<colour>=( host1 hostmatch1 ... )
# 6. Or just type ssh <colour> hostname
set_color() {
View CSVtoQIF.sh
#!/bin/bash
accountPrefix="Assets:Current Assets:Cash"
lastDate=$(date +"%d/%m/%y")
while getopts "a:" c
do
case $c in
'a') accountPrefix=$OPTARG
;;
*) echo "Usage: $0 [-a accountPrefix (default='Assets:Current Assets:Cash')] <csvfile ...>"
;;
You can’t perform that action at this time.