~acdw/unk

ba91b9d3da4e0ab27c8b648170e02556bd7fb6f1 — Case Duckworth 3 years ago ff3293e
Move TM to L; change I/ file names

TM->L saves 3b
changing I/ filenames to include the output extension before the input extension
saves 4 bytes, and it's more flexible: it can output any type of files now.
8 files changed, 3 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

R I/{carpe-diem.lh => carpe-diem.html.lh}
A I/index.html.lh
D I/index.lh
R I/{rosa-rosa-rosam.lh => rosa-rosa-rosam.html.lh}
R I/{spqr.lh => spqr.html.lh}
R I/{tu-quoque.lh => tu-quoque.html.lh}
R TM => L
M unk
R I/carpe-diem.lh => I/carpe-diem.html.lh +0 -0
A I/index.html.lh => I/index.html.lh +1 -0
@@ 0,0 1,1 @@
../README.md
\ No newline at end of file

D I/index.lh => I/index.lh +0 -1
@@ 1,1 0,0 @@
../README.md
\ No newline at end of file

R I/rosa-rosa-rosam.lh => I/rosa-rosa-rosam.html.lh +0 -0
R I/spqr.lh => I/spqr.html.lh +0 -0
R I/tu-quoque.lh => I/tu-quoque.html.lh +0 -0
R TM => L +0 -0
M unk => unk +2 -2
@@ 1,7 1,7 @@
#!/bin/sh -e
alias c=cat q=test e=echo
rm -rf O;mkdir -p O
q -f TM||e '`<$F`'>TM
q -f L||e '`c $F`'>L
q -d S&&cp -r S O/
X(){ eval "$(e 'c<<ZZ';c "$@";e;e ZZ)";}
for F in I/*;do


@@ 9,5 9,5 @@ q -f "$F"&& (e $F
N="${F#I/}"
T(){ sed 1q "$F";}
B(){ sed 1d "$F";}
X TM>"O/${N%%.*}.htm")
X L>"O/${N%.*}")
done