These two scripts will respectively: find if a program is running, and strip-comments from text files. The first is useful if you need to see if the program is running or if you need to kill the process with it’s id, comment strip is a good tool to use if posting configurations on forums as often developers or advanced users already know what the settings actually do.
aspire ~/.scripts: rps geany todd 1827 0.1 0.3 184576 28616 ? S May31 1:05 geany
Commentstrip will display the output to the terminal. If you got xclip installed the ‘c’ option can be used to copy the output to the clipboard.
The final day of week of bash scripts… phew! I’d like to thank everyone that posted comments, and to those that stopped by this week.