#11 Set of wrapper scripts for eSniper

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2005-06-28
2005-06-28
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All,

to ease working with esniper, I wrote myself a set of
scripts to start, stop and list running auctions. This
is handy if I occasionally update an auction file or
want to know which of my auctions are still running. I
wrote the scripts without much documentation on Solaris
8; they should run without significant changes on any
Unix-like system.

SYNOPSIS:

start <auction file>
stop [<auction file> | <process ID>]
list [-a]

* "start" will echo the process ID on stdout
* "stop" accepts either a PID or an auction file name
as argument and gives feedback if it succeeded killing
the auction
* "list" without options will output the names of the
auction files, while option -a causes it to also output
each single item number and max price

Maybe this will help people out there as it helps me.

Sebastian

Discussion

  • Sebastian Birnbach

    start, stop and list scripts for easier esniper handling

     
  • Anonymous - 2005-06-28

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    I haven't had time to look at your scripts yet, but did you
    look at my snipe frontend? It's in the frontends directory.
    Your scripts seem similar, except snipe is all one command.
    snipe <auction file>, snipe -k <auction file>, snipe -i
    [auction file] seem to be the equivalent to start, stop and
    list.

    Maybe we could merge them?

     

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