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philpennock / gpg_refresh_external_domains.sh
Last active Jan 31, 2020
Two versions of "how to refresh PGP keys with gpg via WKD/external"
View gpg_refresh_external_domains.sh
#!/usr/bin/env bash
set -eu
# Warning: we assume that the input of the list of domains to refresh is
# trusted, and free from abusive characters. So the only adjustments for using
# within a PCRE regexp we apply is "escape the dots to be literal".
progname="$(basename "$0" .sh)"
die() { printf >&2 '%s: %s\n' "$progname" "$*"; exit 1; }
usage() {
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philpennock / tflint
Created Jan 16, 2020
Bash wrapper to invoke tflint docker container
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#!/bin/bash -eu
DOCKER_IMAGE_NAME='tflint'
KeepEnvVars=( AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY AWS_REGION )
DockerArgs=()
CmdArgs=()
PwdMountFlags='ro'
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philpennock / aws-vault-unlock
Created Jan 13, 2020
CLI tool to unlock the XDG Secret collection used by 99designs/aws-vault
View aws-vault-unlock
#!/usr/bin/env python3
#
# Copyright © 2020 Pennock Tech, LLC
# SPDX-License-Identifier: MIT
"""
aws-vault-unlock: unlock (or lock) the awsvault libsecret collection
The XDG folks specify the Secret service available over D-Bus.
When everything works right, 99designs/aws-vault trying to access a locked
View packaging-gnupg.md

GnuPG Packaging

A few items here assume zsh as shell (globs and expansion modifiers, print -l).

Required installation order:

Previously recorded:
gmp nettle gnutls npth libgpg-error libgcrypt libksba libassuan  ( pinentry , gnupg )
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philpennock / sh-subshell-errexit-test.sh
Created May 19, 2015
Shell sucks; tried in bash, zsh, BSD sh
View sh-subshell-errexit-test.sh
#!/bin/bash
script_name="$(basename "$0")"
die() {
local rv=$?
printf >&2 "%s: %s\n" "$script_name" "$*"
exit $rv
}
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philpennock / aws
Created Feb 27, 2018
shim script for aws to use aws-vault as needed
View aws
#!/bin/sh -eu
aws=/usr/local/bin/aws
die() { printf >&2 '%s: %s\n' "$0" "$*"; exit 1; }
if ! [ -x "$aws" ]; then
case $0 in
/*) ;;
*) die "missing '${aws}' and not invoked with absolute path to skip self" ;;
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philpennock / perlgssapi-code_GSSAPI_fix-macOS-heimdal.patch
Created Jul 24, 2018
perlgssapi GSSAPI module patch to fix compilation on macOS
View perlgssapi-code_GSSAPI_fix-macOS-heimdal.patch
Index: GSSAPI.xs
===================================================================
--- GSSAPI.xs (revision 73)
+++ GSSAPI.xs (working copy)
@@ -6,6 +6,8 @@
#define __GSS_KRB5_NT_PRINCIPAL_NAME &mygss_nt_krb5_principal
#define __gss_mech_krb5_v2 &mygss_mech_krb5_v2
+#define GSSKRB_APPLE_DEPRECATED(x) /**/
+
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philpennock / SKS Privacy
Created Jul 13, 2018
sks.spodhuis.org Privacy text, pre-termination
View SKS Privacy
Privacy
There are three categories of data relevant to privacy here: the public keys stored; the HTTP/HKP requests made to access/upload/retrieve those keys; what I as a keyserver operator might do with those requests (logs).
For the public keys: the SKS keyserver pool, run globally by disparate individuals with no formal affiliation, is currently an append-only store, designed to protect against attempts to remove data. Once a key has been uploaded, that data is part of the public record, designed to allow anyone to attempt to verify the name binding within the key, using the public attestations by others about the identity of the key (key signatures). Keys not intended for public disclosure should not be uploaded, nor shared to people who might upload the keys of others. Note that there's no protection against fraudulent keys, with bindings of any name to any email address, and there is no basis to believe any such pairing without first proceeding through evaluation of the public attestations.
The reques
View loop.py
#!/usr/bin/env python3
import sys
import time
def foo():
print('ni')
time.sleep(0.1)
pass
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philpennock / div.vim
Last active Mar 14, 2018
vimscript for a :Div command, taking a range
View div.vim
if has("eval")
" Insert a divider
" Start and end are line numbers.
" Sep is ordinarily the string of characters which make up the divider, but
" if the first and third characters (not bytes) are period, then the second
" character is a single-character line prefix and the third character
" onwards is the divider.
function! s:pdp_div(start, end, sep, ...) range
let l:label = a:0 >= 1 ? join(a:000, ' ') : 'cut here'
if strwidth(a:sep) >= 4 && a:sep[0] == '.' && strcharpart(a:sep, 2, 1) == '.'
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