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heh

heh associates file extensions/types and URLs with applications (or shell scripts) and opens/handles them from a command line. It has user-specific preferences and is written in Perl.

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  •  30 Oct 2001 20:53

    Release Notes: Fixes for Filter-support, on-the-fly database modification for filters, ability to print the command that would be run instead of running it, and new universal environment specification flags (meaning -X, -term, -f, and -both work everywhere that it makes any kind of sense to work).

    •  15 Jun 2001 04:51

      Release Notes: Fixed the "bad ~/.extensions file format" bug. Fixed several regression bugs. Fixed the inline update bug. Now supports complex extensions (e.g. 'foo.tar.gz'), a default handler, and also now gives useful error messages.

      •  29 May 2001 09:57

        Release Notes: Combining the .extensions_* files into one ~/.extensions file (automatically migrates from the old file format), fixes for most handler recognition problems, regression support, supporting the database specification on nearly all functions, stronger command-line error detection, and simpler and more intelligent equivalency.

        •  10 May 2001 06:43

          Release Notes: This release fixes a bug with older versions of Perl (particularly 5.0004 on Solaris), makes extension recognizing more robust, and cleans up some code.

          •  09 May 2001 21:49

            Release Notes: Handling file input of the form "foo-1.0/bar.txt", more robust command line parsing and URL handler, handling filenames with spaces, checking the validity of applications, support for querying lists of file extensions or applications, system-wide script aliasing support, ignorable file extensions, ignoring the '~' and '#' at the end of backup/autosave files, and cleaner querying output.

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