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1 short descriptions of files in the tools-directory
4 a perl script that can be used as an inews replacement if posting via
5 NNTP. the main purpose of this script is to automatically sign
6 posted/mailed articles via pgp or gpg. besides the autosigning
7 feature it takes care about Cc: and Bcc: lines in news-postings
8 and adds a Posted-And-Mailed: header if necessary.
11 is a small perl script that turns a wildmat filter file
12 into a regexp filter file (don't forget to set wildmat= in tinrc
15 w2r.pl < wildmat-filter-file > regexp-filter-file
18 is a small perl script that tries to opt out case insensitive
19 regexp, it will put a comment above each line it touched.
21 opt-case.pl < regexp-filter-file > regexp-filter-file-case
23 w2r.pl and opt-case.pl might be used together, i.e:
24 w2r.pl < wildmat-filter-file | opt-case.pl > regexp-filter-file-case
27 is a small shell script that creates a lockfile before starting
28 tin to avoid multiple copies of tin running, when tin exits cleanly
29 the lockfile is removed; tinlock will warn about suspicious
30 locks/deadlocks. tinlock is kind of NFS safe.
32 tinlock [tin-cmdline-args]
35 is a small shell script to replace metamail, set
36 metamail_prog=metamutt in tin and till will pass multipart
37 MIME-articles to metamutt instead of metamail. metamutt will pass
38 the article to mutt (a mail client with an excellent MIME-parser).
39 this might become obsolete as tin now has a small (and unfinished)
40 built in MIME-parser, set metamail_prog=--internal to use the built
41 in version.
44 is a shell script (need to be placed in $PATH) which passes the URL
45 selected by the 'U' command to a related viewer/application. this
46 one is very basic.
49 is a perl script (need to be placed in $PATH) which passes the URL
50 selected by the 'U' command to a related viewer/application. the
51 perl version has full $BROWSER support.
54 is a small shell script to expire old tin overview files. if you use
55 cache_overview_files=ON in your tinrc you might want to run this
56 script regularly (e.g. once a day from cron) to purge old overview