With all scripts, be sure you set permissions properly, and change the path
to your perl executable in the first line if necessary, along with any other
path-related things you may find in the source modules.
All of these are completely FREEWARE. Use them all you want, send me stuff
only if you want.. an e-mail would be nice. :] ENJOY!
These files are not necessarilly commented well, nor are there major
descriptions on configuring them. Some knowledge of perl/programming is
*required* to use these.
No warranty is either expressed or implied over these. Use them at your own
risk. No support is given for them either. You break it, you figure it out.
JLJ is my LiveJournal
entry system. It is very simple to use. Just setup a
.livejournal.rc file in your home directory with your username and
password, and run the jlj script.
It prompts you for your Subject and Body text, and sends it off.
If you have either the shell variable "EDITOR" ir "VISUAL"set, it will use that instead
of the Old School BBS style editor.
It lets you make, edit and postpone entries on or offline. You can
queue up posts to be submitted when you connect up to the net, or
leave them in your postponed folder indefinitely.
It only requires the base install of perl and the socket libraries,
which should be installed on most unix based systems. This might
work on some ports of perl off of unix-based systems, but I highly
doubt it will work.
jlj_2.12.tar.gz gzipped tarfile (2006-01-30)
Adds "tags" support
removes version check stuff, since it stopped working anyway
(minor fix from 2.9/2.11 - unbreaks music keywords)