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
start <auction file>
stop [<auction file> | <process ID>]
* "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
* "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.
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