Awesome OS X Command Line

A curated list of shell commands and tools specific to OS X.

“You don’t have to know everything. You simply need to know where to find it when necessary.” (John Brunner)

Camel case transforms

/**
  * Credit: sidharthkuruvila
  * Source: http://ift.tt/29KXOcU
  * Takes a camel cased identifier name and returns an underscore separated
  * name
  *
  * Example:
  *     camelToUnderscores(“thisIsA1Test”) == “this_is_a_1_test”
  */

def camelToUnderscores(name: String) = “[A-Z\\d]”.r.replaceAllIn(name, {m =>
  “_” + m.group(0).toLowerCase()
})

/*
 * Takes an underscore separated identifier name and returns a camel cased one
 *
 * Example:
 *    underscoreToCamel(“this_is_a_1_test”) == “thisIsA1Test”
 */

def underscoreToCamel(name: String) = “_([a-z\\d])”.r.replaceAllIn(name, {m =>
  m.group(1).toUpperCase()
})

Adding CACert to the Java Trusted Store

http://www.cacert.org/ is a great way to easily create free SSL certificates for development work. In order to successfully connect from Java program using SSL to a server carrying a certificate issued by CACert you need to “bless” the certiticate, or make it trusted by your your local Java JRE installation.

Let’s first make sure we are in the lib/security subdirectory of the currently running JRE:

> cd $JDK_HOME\jre\lib\security

Then, download the certificate file to your local computer:

$JDK_HOME\jre\lib\security> wget http://www.cacert.org/certs/root.crt
--2010-03-16 09:24:40--  http://www.cacert.org/certs/root.crt
Resolving www.cacert.org... 213.154.225.245
Connecting to www.cacert.org|213.154.225.245|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 2569 (2.5K) [application/x-x509-ca-cert]
Saving to: `root.crt'
100%[======================================>] 2,569       15.4K/s   in 0.2s
2010-03-16 09:24:41 (15.4 KB/s) - `root.crt' saved [2569/2569]

Now let’s import the certificate into the JRE keystore (note the password of the default JRE keystore — it’s different on different platforms):

$JDK_HOME\jre\lib\security> keytool -import -keystore cacerts  -storepass changeit -alias cacert-root1 -trustcacerts -file root.crt Owner: EMAILADDRESS=support@cacert.org, CN=CA Cert Signing Authority, OU=http://www.cacert.org, O=Root CA
Issuer: EMAILADDRESS=support@cacert.org, CN=CA Cert Signing Authority, OU=http:/ /www.cacert.org, O=Root CA Serial number: 0 Valid from: Sun Mar 30 04:29:49 PST 2003 until: Tue Mar 29 05:29:49 PDT 2033 Certificate fingerprints: MD5:  A6:1B:37:5E:39:0D:9C:36:54:EE:BD:20:31:46:1F:6B SHA1: 13:5C:EC:36:F4:9C:B8:E9:3B:1A:B2:70:CD:80:88:46:76:CE:8F:33 Trust this certificate? [no]:  yes Certificate was added to keystore

Now you are ready to start sending Java SSL requests to your server.