UFRaw – Open open format raw images in Linux.

UFRaw is quite an essential program if you are using Linux and have a camera that supports raw format.

UFRaw is a tool for opening raw format images of digital cameras.

UFRaw supports a long list of camera\’s. You can see the list of supported camera\’s here.

Here are few screenshot\’s:

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vim – get the list of all the scripts available.

To get a list of all the scripts in the vim.sf.net project, you can run the following command. This will list all the scripts with the script id.

wget -O – \’http://www.vim.org/scripts/script_search_results.php?&show_me=4000&result_ptr=0\’ -o /dev/null | grep width| grep script_id= |sed \’s/.*script_id=//\’|tr -d \”\”\”|tr \”>\” \” \”|sed \’s/< .*//\’ | tr -d \’\\001\’-\’\\011\’\’\\013\’\’\\014\’\’\\016\’-\’\\037\’\’\\200\’-\’\\377\’ |sort -n

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prints line numbers

$ nl<filename>

others:
perl -ne \’print \”$. – $_\”\’ $1
grep -n . $1
perl -pe \’print \”$. \”\’ $1
cat -n $1

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by David Winterbottom (codeinthehole.com)

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