package to shape text blocks
/text manipulation: a package to shape text blocks/
So you have a block of text … What do you want to do with it?!?
== Desired Functionality ==
dequoting (including e.g. +/-, diff-ish shit)
removing/adding irc quote tags
== Previous work ==
/corpus of past programs -> consolidate/
Consider the pattern:
things that add and/or remove a thing
things that alter spacing
== Things to import from my fluxbox keys ==
Control Mod1 o :ExecCommand xclip -o | /home/jhammel/python/onelineit.py | xclip -i # put the clipboard contents on one line Control Mod1 p :ExecCommand xclip -o | /home/jhammel/python/pbmoz.py | xclip -i # pastebin Control Mod1 q :ExecCommand xclip -o | /home/jhammel/python/quote.py | xclip -i # quote using >'s Control Mod1 0 :ExecCommand xclip -o | sed 's/^[-+]//' | xclip -i # strip leading +s
== Reference ==
Ubuntu packages: - par (paragraph reformatter)
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