So, with the migration of the AUR to version 4, I looked at the 12 AUR packages I had created over the years which I have not looked at in a long, long time.
The list started out with:
- chronicle – A simple blog compiler written in Perl
- perl-leocharre-basename – Very basic filename string and path operations such as ext and paths
- perl-leocharre-cli2 – Some quick help for writing cli scripts
- perl-leocharre-debug – Debug subroutines
- perl-leocharre-dir – Subroutines for general directory needs
- perl-leocharre-strings – Combines string procedures I frequently use
- perl-string-prettify – Subroutines to cleanup a filename and or garble for human eyes
- perl-wordpress-api – Management of WordPress API objects. Inherits WordPress::XMLRPC and all its methods
- perl-wordpress-cli – Command line access to WordPress
- perl-wordpress-xmlrpc – API to WordPress XML RPC calls
- usbmount – Automatically mount and unmount USB mass storage devices
- xlhttp – An Excel spreadsheet (.xls) and PowerPoint (.ppt) to HTML converter
In the end, I only kept xlhttp as I do not use the others anymore. Surprisingly enough, only one of the packages (chronicle) was out of date. I disowned all the others, so if you want, you can pick them up.