unliner - Untangle your unix pipeline one-liners
Unliner is a scripting language and toolset for refactoring and developing unix one-liners.
This is the command line interface for running unliner scripts. To learn how to create unliner scripts, see App::Unliner::Intro.
You can run your scripts by passing them in as the first argument to
unliner /path/to/myscript.unliner [args to unliner script]
Alternatively, you can put the following line at the top of your unliner script:
make your script executable:
chmod a+x /path/to/myscript.unliner
and then run it directly:
Lastly, you pipe an unliner script to
unliner on standard input:
unliner < /path/to/myscript.unliner
although now your unliner script won't have standard input available to it which your script may require.
If you set the environment variable
UNLINER_DEBUG then some extra information will be printed to stderr (see App::Unliner::Intro):
COPYRIGHT & LICENSE
Copyright 2012-2014 Doug Hoyte.
This module is licensed under the same terms as perl itself.