View whatsapp.pm
# Whatsapp log parser for pisg, made by Tim van Werkhoven
# Features: parses logs, detects subject changes
# Known issues: only works without images, does not filter out 'image omitted' texts
# Use Charset = "utf-8" in config file to enable emoji
package Pisg::Parser::Format::whatsapp;
use strict;
$^W = 1;
sub new
View rsync_backup.sh
#!/bin/bash
#
# This script backups an OS X system to an external volume, effectively
# cloning it. It is based on [0], [1] and [2] for OS X and [3] and [4] for
# Linux. One could also use commercial tools like SuperDuper! or Carbon Copy
# Cloner. The latter website has an interesting list[5] on what files to
# exclude when cloning.
#
# Exclusions (from CCC[5]), see rsync_excludes_osx.txt
#
View MultiMarkdown_guide.md
View milieudata_januari.json
{"Framboos": [["C", "Spanje"], ["E", "Mexico"]], "Nectarine": [["B", "Chili"]], "Limoen": [["A", "Brazili\u00eb"]], "Avocado": [["B", "Isra\u00ebl"], ["C", "Chili"], ["C", "Spanje"]], "Wortelen (breekpeen/waspeen)": [["A", "Nederland"]], "Carambola": [["D", "Isra\u00ebl"], ["E", "Maleisi\u00eb"]], "Radijs (los)": [["B", "Nederland"]], "Sperzieboon": [["B", "Marokko"], ["B", "Spanje"], ["C", "Senegal"], ["D", "Egypte"], ["E", "Kenia"]], "Kokosnoot": [["C", "Ivoorkust"], ["C", "Sri Lanka"], ["D", "Algerije"]], "Broccoli": [["B", "Frankrijk"], ["B", "Spanje"]], "Witte kool": [["A", "Nederland"]], "Lychee": [["C", "Madagaskar"], ["C", "Zuid-Afrika"]], "Rabarber": [["C", "Nederland"]], "Asperge (groen)": [["E", "Peru"]], "Courgette": [["A", "Spanje"]], "Rode biet": [["A", "Nederland"]], "Andijvie (gewoon)": [["A", "Spanje"], ["E", "Nederland"]], "Spitskool": [["A", "Nederland"], ["A", "Spanje"], ["B", "Portugal"]], "Ananas": [["B", "Costa Rica"], ["B", "Ecuador"]], "Kersen": [["E", "Chili"]], "Artisjok": [["B", "S
View battery_logger.sh
#!/bin/bash
#
# About
# =====
#
# Log battery info from command-line with SYSTEM_PROFILER(8) and IOREG(8) to a
# user-configurable directory.
#
# Run with -h to see usage options.
#
View coconut_plot.py
#!/usr/bin/env python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""
@file coconut_plot.py -- plot Macbook battery data
@author Tim van Werkhoven
@date 20121223
@copyright Copyright (c) 2012 Tim van Werkhoven <timvanwerkhoven@gmail.com>
This scripts plots data exported from [CoconutBattery.app][1] as CSV. This
can be useful to graphically investigate your battery performance.
View mac-dict.py
#!/usr/bin/python2.7
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""
@file mac-dict.py -- lookup entries in the Mac dictionary
@author Tim van Werkhoven
@date 20111220
@copyright Copyright (c) 2011 Tim van Werkhoven
Use DictionaryServices to look up words in Apple's Dictionary.app.
View README
These files can be used to analyse the battery usage of an iPhone 3GS under real-life usage.
iphone_battery.csv: measurement data
proc_iphone_batt.py: process & plot data
View README
pyglyph -- identify unicode glyphs
* About
pyglyph.py can be used to decode unicode strings and identify the glyphs.
This can be useful if you want to know what exact glyph was used somewhere,
simply copy it and use it as input for pyglyph.
Pyglyph works best with python2.7 (because of argparse), but is compatible
with earlier versions.
View .gitignore
*.aux
*.log
*.out
*.pdf
*.synctex.gz*