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saitoha/libsixel: The new standard of SIXEL development
SIXEL is one of image formats for printer and terminal imaging introduced by Digital Equipment Corp. (DEC). Its data scheme is represented as a terminal-friendly escape sequence. So if you want to view a SIXEL image file, all you have to do is "cat" it to your terminal.


Wow. gif320 lives on!
cli  graphics  terminal  dec  vt320  vt300  sixel  images 
april 2017 by jm
percol
interactive menu selection for the UNIX command line
cli  linux  unix  grep  menus  selection  ui  interactive  terminal 
february 2016 by jm
GoTTY
'a simple command line tool that turns your CLI tools into web applications'
cli  terminal  web  tools  unix 
september 2015 by jm
peco
'Simplistic interactive filtering tool' -- live incremental-search filtering in a terminal window
cli  shell  terminal  tools  go  peco  interactive  incremental-search  search  ui  unix 
june 2015 by jm
homebrew-cask
Install Mac apps using "brew". Nicely done (via Marc)
via:marc  mac  terminal  brew  packaging  apps  software  osx 
march 2014 by jm
spark
sparklines in your terminal window. Simply give it a comma or space-separated list of data values, and it'll generate an ANSI-graphics sparkline chart. Brilliant! (via mjd)
via:mjdominus  sparklines  charts  graphs  bash  shell  terminal  cli  ansi 
december 2011 by jm
VT220 terminal hooked up to a 2010-era Mac Pro
with picture. WAAAAAANT despite the sheer massive impracticality of it. I still love VT*20 terminals....
unix  vt220  mac  terminal  dec  digital  retro 
august 2011 by jm
Cool, but obscure unix tools
these are great - some new ones on me!
cli  linux  terminal  unix  tools  command-line 
may 2011 by jm
autojump
interesting idea; extend "cd" to track which directories you cd to most frequently, then add a command to "jump" to the most-frequently used one which matches a substring you specify
autojump  cli  bash  command-line  navigation  terminal  shell  directory  cd  from delicious
july 2010 by jm
TrueType VT220 Font
this is incredible. Looking at this reminds me so much of hacking in the old TCD comp labs
hacking  fonts  terminal  typography  tty  vt220  monospace  truetype  fontforge  vt100  dec  via:jzawodny  from delicious
october 2009 by jm

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