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Friday March 26, 2004
07:58 AM

Changing OS X Location from the command line

[ #18070 ]

Found out about scselect yesterday from here. A couple of minutes effort on the train and I now can change from a shell without having to mouse up to the apple menu.

zsh ++

##
## _scselect -- Completion for OS X Network Location utility
##
_scselect () {
    local locs
    locs=( $( scselect |& \
              perl -lne 'next if/^\S/;/\(([^)]+)\)/&&print qq{"$1"}' ) )
    _arguments -C "*:Network Location Set:($locs)"
}

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