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gruber / Liberal Regex Pattern for Web URLs
Last active Oct 16, 2019
Liberal, Accurate Regex Pattern for Matching Web URLs
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The regex patterns in this gist are intended only to match web URLs -- http,
https, and naked domains like "". For a pattern that attempts to
match all URLs, regardless of protocol, see:
# Single-line version:
craigeley / Status_minders.applescript
Last active Feb 15, 2018
Read upcoming Apple Reminders and sort them into an HTML table for use in Panic's Status Board
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tell application "Reminders"
set output to ""
set hasOne to false
repeat with i from 1 to (count of (reminders whose completed is false))
set theReminder to reminder i of (reminders whose completed is false)
set reminderName to name of theReminder
set theList to name of container of theReminder
if due date of theReminder exists then
set dueDate to due date of theReminder
dlo /
Last active Sep 5, 2019 — forked from ttscoff/allpinboard.rb
Python version of that pulls all bookmarks on the first sync, and does incremental updates afterwards. Also uses the Mac OS X keychain to retrieve your password so it doesn't need to live in a file on your computer in plain text.
#!/usr/bin/env python
This script is designed to generate a simple html file with _all_ of your bookmarks The HTML file can be added to Launchbar's index as a
custom bookmark file and you can search your entire collection
instantly from Launchbar (by title only). It includes any applied tags as part
of the title to aid in searching.
You should edit the `username`, `bookmark_filename`, and `local_timezone`
View markdown2evernote.rb
#!/usr/bin/env ruby -wKU
# Adapted from Brett Terpstra’s original “Markdown to Evernote” service (
# Martin Kopischke 2011 – License: Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike (CC BY-SA) 3.0 Unported (
# Changes: – create only one Evernote note per (Multi)Markdown input passed (instead of one per line)
# – do not choke on shell escape characters (use Tempfile instead of shell pipe for osascript)
# – default to MultiMarkdown 3 executable (instead of MMD 2 Perl script)
# – make smart typography processing optional (set SMARTY to 'false' to bypass processing;
# note smart typography cannot be disabled in MMD 3.0 and 3.0.1
# – handle both smart typography processing scripts (ie.
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