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Gwitter is a Twitter client for the UNIX command line. Gwitter is written in Go.
The Echo Bible Reader (echobible) is a bible reader written in shell script (GNU Bash) for the command line interface; echobible writes the text of the bible to stdout verse by verse (or by multiple verses at a time). The functionality is interactively driven by hotkeys. For example, the down arrow key writes the next verse to stdout.
The text used is the King James Bible: Pure Cambridge Edition, however any bible can be formatted to work with the echobible.
fast-archiver is a command-line tool for archiving directories, and restoring those archives written in Go.
fast-archiver uses a few techniques to try to be more efficient than traditional tools…
A code search tool similar to ack and the_silver_searcher(ag). It supports multi platforms and multi encodings.
- It searches code about 3–5× faster than ack.
- It searches code as fast as the_silver_searcher(ag).
- It ignores file patterns from your .gitignore and .hgignore.
- It searches UTF-8, EUC-JP and Shift_JIS files.
- It provides binaries for multi platform (Mac OS X, Windows, Linux).
docopt helps you:
- define interface for your command-line app, and
- automatically generate parser for it.
docopt is based on conventions that are used for decades in help messages and man pages for program interface description. Interface description in docopt is such a help message, but formalized.
atdtool is a command-line tools that contacts an After the Deadline language service and displays the errors reported by the service in a format very similar to gcc’s.
After the Deadline provides spelling, style and grammar checking. The official server is free for personal use, or you can host it yourself.
atdtool provides a CLI for the service, and integrates nicely with Vim—users can set it up as a quickfix command, which lets you correct mistakes in prose just as you might fix errors in code after running
ImageWorsener is a cross-platform command-line utility and library for image scaling and other image processing. It has full support for PNG, JPEG, BMP formats, experimental support for WebP, read-only support for GIF, and limited support for some other image formats. It’s not as fast or memory-efficient as some utilities, but it’s very accurate.
mpg123 is a real time MPEG 1.0/2.0/2.5 audio player/decoder for layers 1,2 and 3 (MPEG 1.0 layer 3 aka MP3 most commonly tested). Among others working with Linux, MacOSX, FreeBSD, SunOS4.1.3, Solaris 2.5, HPUX 9.x, SGI Irix and Cygwin or plain MS Windows.
The utility contacts gives you access to view and search all your records in the [OS X Contacts] database.
Handy for quickly accessing contact information at the command line, or for use with a mail client.
For example, the following line in my
~/.muttrc lets me use email addresses stored in Contacts when writing a new message in
set query_command = "contacts -Sf '%eTOKEN%n' '%s' | sed -e 's/TOKEN/\t/g'"