Re: [Nautilus-list] Nautilus Scripts

> I've got a couple Nautilus scripts that I've wrote, that might be useful
> to others. You can check them out at
> . 

Thanks for posting those scripts.  While I'm thinking of it, here are
a few that I've written for myself.  They're all simple scripts, but 
maybe they'll be ideas you haven't thought of.  If anyone finds them 
useful or idea-sparking, fantastic:

This script will create a tar.gz from a selected group of files with a
name that you input:
# Add To Gzip
Eterm --trans --shade 40 --scrollbar off --menubar off -e create_gzip $@
# create_gzip
echo "zip name:"
read file 
tar cvzf $file $@

This script will scp selected file(s) to a host you set in the script:
#scp to host
Eterm --trans --shade 40 --scrollbar off --menubar off -e scp $@ user host:~

This script will perform a word count on the files you have selected:
#Word Count
wc $@ | gless

name:    Jamin Philip Gray
email:   jgray writeme com
icq:     1361499
jabber:  jamin jabber com

We have all our private terrors, our particular shadows, our secret fears.  
We are afraid in a fear which we cannot face, which none understands, and
our hearts are torn from us, our brains unskinned like the layers of an
onion, ourselves the last.

--T.S. Eliot 

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