Custom script notebook
scriptcrypt is a database/notebook program for user programs and associated scripts.
It provides two functions:
1. A structured view of user defined program entries 1. Ability to easily install/remove listed entries via user specified script (using specified shell)
Each entry of the program database consists of:
- Unique name
- Brief description
- Install script
- Remove script
To install scriptcrypt you have to have these installed:
On the debian-like system you may obtain those by issuing the following commands:
sudo apt-get install python3-pip
sudo pip3 install -U pip
sudo pip3 install setuptools
Finally, to install scriptcrypt system-wide:
sudo pip3 install scriptcrypt
Or for current user only:
pip3 install –user scriptcrypt
If you installing scriptcrypt for the specific user, you may have to modify your system $PATH variable to add ~/.local/bin folder to it.
scriptcrypt provides some useful options:
scriptcrypt –db sets the path to the database
scriptcrypt –editor and scriptcrypt –viewer set the TUI text editor and pager
scriptcrypt –manage-envars allows to add custom environmental variables. These variables are set before the script execution.
# –POPULATE OPTIONS
scriptcrypt –populate-db copies a predefined database for the user usage
scriptcrypt –populate-bash copies bash-completion script to the user local bash-completion folder
scriptcrypt –populate-zsh copies zsh-completion script to the user local completion folder.
Note that this function only works if you use oh-my-zsh zsh settings framework as it uses ‘~/oh-my-zsh/completion’ folder. If you want to use zsh completion without installing oh-my-zsh, you need to either copy _scriptcrypt completion file to one of the /usr/share/zsh/functions/Completion folders or add _scriptcrypt containing folder to zsh $fpath variable.
# KNOWN ISSUES
- using backspace or similar when editing entries containing Unicode characters may have unexpected results. When this happens scriptcrypt falls back to the empty strings
json2db.sh and db2json.sh scripts may be useful if out want to convert database to json fine and visa-versa
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