vim – get names of the scripts and the details from the command line

2010-05-19 132 words 1 min read

For the below commands either you can set the two variables in bold and then run the scripts or change the following in the commands and run the scripts.

If you have html2text installed then you can use this:

wget -o /dev/null -O $script_id_file ’’$script_id |html2text

If you dont have html2text installed then you can use:

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Authored By Amit Agarwal

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