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February 28, 2012

Create something ./new

Note: I had intented on including previews of the source files, but it is terribly late. Like around 11:00 PM. If anything I'll fix this later. The last time I did something like this, there was a little bit of AJAX involved with showing off the code such that the browser wouldn't try to download the file when you just wanted to peek at the data. Stay tuned.

Creating a template file can be easy, if you have the know-how to do it.

For the moment, I have two templates for files. Both of thes files are written in bash.

new_perl.sh - create a new Perl file

new_java.sh - create a new Java file

I think I could have created a single file called new (without the .sh extension) based on whatever file extension was added. But these files were designed so that if you were working on a project for a specific language, you could just type ./new Path/ClassName with no hassel of retyping your header information, of which all good programmers type their name on their work.

I have plans on posting these files, and future files like them in the Projects section of this site.

By the way, feel free to download these files. Just remember to chmod u+x filename before you run them.

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