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my script
Authored by: mysty on Sep 10, '04 03:48:13PM
Again (as described in reply to zeorge's post above, 10.3 & bash) I get the following error for a new Terminal window:

-bash: /Users/me/scripts/ line 5: syntax error near unexpected token `$min_h,$max_h'
-bash: /Users/me/scripts/ line 5: `my  ($min_h,$max_h) =  ( 0,    360   );   # hue        (0-360)'
is it my perl all skew-wiffied?

Characteristics of this binary (from libperl): 
  Locally applied patches:
  Built under darwin
  Compiled at Sep 12 2003 19:50:49
TIA and for the script

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my script
Authored by: tim1724 on Sep 14, '04 03:11:51PM

My guess is that copying & pasting the script messed it up somehow.

Try downloading it from my website.

Tim Buchheim

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my script
Authored by: sweyhrich on Oct 14, '04 06:40:27PM

What exactly is the command to put in .bashrc in order to execute the perl script? I've tried various things, and each time I open a new terminal window, I still get the same colors as it was before.

Steven Weyhrich

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