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Run a command when a file is changed
A modern tool for literate programming
lit has several notable features:
- All prose can expressed in Markdown or plaintext
- Supports all programming languages
- Literate constructs defined by indentation
- Can watch files or directories for changes, recompiling automatically
A Mac PreferencePane for managing services with launchd/launchctl. LaunchRocket was primarily created for managing various services installed by Homebrew, though it should work with most launchd-compatible plists.
fzf is a general-purpose fuzzy finder for your shell.
FFcast helps the user interactively select a screen region and hands over the geometry to an external command, such as FFmpeg, to record a screencast, or take a screenshot, among other things.
FFcast really is a “handy” or “human friendly” interface for anything involving selecting a box on the screen. In the same spirit, it tries to provide handy terse commands for common tasks, and allows users to define their own commands, in a straight-forward manner, to tailor to their own needs.
cp and mv with a progress bar
monitor file(s) and execute a command when files are changed.
[Coreutils Viewer] looks for coreutils basic commands (cp, mv, dd, tar, gzip/gunzip, cat, …) currently running on your system and displays the percentage of copied data.
Tool for creating simple menu in linux environments
In a terminal, using ncurses.
Yasu is a Macintosh application which allows users to easily run many of the system level Unix shell scripts that perform maintenance routines as well as clearing many of the cache files used by OS X.
daemonize runs a command as a Unix daemon.
Statistical renaming, type inference and deobfuscation.