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Bats is a TAP-compliant testing framework for Bash. It provides a simple way to verify that the UNIX programs you write behave as expected.
A Bats test file is a Bash script with special syntax for defining test cases. Under the hood, each test case is just a function with a description.
Shundle is a simple plugin manager for general purpose shells
Plugins can be loaded from Github, the web or local files. Worth a look if your shell
rc file is getting out of hand.
Expedient travel around the filesystem using user-created bookmarks
Change to a directory, run
j add and enter an alias for it; run
j alias to jump to the directory in question.
Dropbox Uploader is a BASH script which can be used to upload, download, list or delete files from Dropbox, an online file sharing, synchronization and backup service.
A set of scripts to create custom shell environments for different activities
Bash only, though support for more shells is planned.
Bashstrap is a quick way to spruce up OSX terminal. It cuts out the fluff, adds in timesaving features, and provides a solid foundation for customizing your terminal style.
A bash only script to deploy $HOME dot files accrossing different hosts.
A web-based, drag ‘n’ drop bash profile generator.
rfc is a little tool written in bash to read RFCs from the command-line. It fetches RFCs from the web, then caches them locally, so each RFC is fetched only once.
Liquid prompt is a smart prompt for the “Bourne-Again” Unix shell (bash) and for Zsh.
The basic idea of the liquid prompt is to nicely display useful informations on the shell prompt, only when they are needed. It adds carefuly chosen colors to draw your attention on what differs from the normal context. Thus, you will notice what changes, when it changes, because you do not become accommodated to informations that are always displayed in the same way.
A Bash script that handles blog posting.
Some would say it’s a CMS, but I don’t like that word. It’s just a script that lets you write a blog post with your favorite editor, puts all the posts together into an index, and creates an RSS file and a list of posts.