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Pipe in and out of $EDITOR

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Statistics on vipe

Number of watchers on Github 112
Number of open issues 1
Average time to close an issue 9 days
Main language Shell
Average time to merge a PR 1 day
Open pull requests 1+
Closed pull requests 0+
Last commit almost 5 years ago
Repo Created about 6 years ago
Repo Last Updated over 2 years ago
Size 574 KB
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vipe

Pipe in and out of $EDITOR.

Finally your editor is a real unix fellow, even if it doesn't support pipes at all!

Example

demo

Installation

$ npm install -g juliangruber/vipe

Origin

This is a lightweight bash only version. For the original impementation in Perl, check https://github.com/madx/moreutils/blob/master/vipe.

Power combo with gist and cipherhub

With those functions in your ~/.bash_profile (change username):

cipherup(){
  cipherhub juliangruber | gist -pR | cut -d/ -f1-5
}

cipheredit(){
  curl -sL $1/raw | cipherhub | vipe | cipherhub juliangruber | gist -u $1
}

Store some secret data in a gist:

$ echo some secrets | cipherup
<GIST-URL>

And edit it again:

$ cipheredit <GIST-URL>

License

MIT

vipe open pull requests (View All Pulls)
  • Add -x flag so vipe.sh can be used with xargs.
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