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CLI: improved
Over the years my command line habits have improved and I often search for smarter tools for the jobs I commonly do. With that said, here's my current list of improved CLI tools.
kb_cpu  linux  macos  bash  tools 
11 weeks ago by rootis0
dylanaraps/pure-bash-bible -- GitHub
A collection of pure bash alternatives to external processes.
kb_cpu  unix  linux  mac  bash  documentation 
august 2018 by rootis0
nbedos/termtosvg | GitHub
Record terminal sessions as SVG animations
kb_cpu  linux  unix  bash  tool 
july 2018 by rootis0
Linux Filesystem Events with inotify | Linux Journal
There also are stable shell-level utilities and new classes of monitoring dæmons for registering filesystem watches and reporting events. Linux installations using systemd also can access basic inotify functionality with path units.
kb_cpu  linux  bash 
january 2018 by rootis0
The TTY demystified
The TTY subsystem is central to the design of Linux, and UNIX in general.
kb_cpu  unix  linux  kernel  bash 
february 2017 by rootis0
dbohdan/structured-text-tools -- GitHub
What follows is a list of text-based file formats with command line tools for manipulating each (with a focus on Linux).
kb_cpu  tools  bash  linux  via:popular 
may 2016 by rootis0
cytopia/ffscreencast -- GitHub
ffscreencast is a shell wrapper for ffmpeg that allows fool-proof screen recording via the command line. It will auto-detect all available monitors, cameras and microphones and is able to interactively or manually choose the desired recording device(s). Additionally ffscreencast will let you overlay the camera stream on top of the desktop session.
kb_cpu  linux  tools  bash 
january 2016 by rootis0
One Thing Well | peco
Simplistic interactive filtering tool. peco can be a great tool to filter stuff like logs, process stats, find files, because unlike grep, you can type as you think and look through the current results.
kb_cpu  linux  bash  tools 
july 2015 by rootis0
jq
jq is like sed for JSON data – you can use it to slice and filter and map and transform structured data with the same ease that sed, awk, grep and friends let you play with text.
kb_cpu  web  javascript  programming  tools  command_line  bash 
february 2014 by rootis0
android - how to use the xxxx.tar.md5 file or how to remove .md5 extension? - Stack Overflow
Since the tar standard states that the end of the tar file is two successive blank "entries" in a row, all data past that point is ignored by "tar -x". So the android dev community has apparently taken to simply concatting the output of md5 to the end of this file.
kb_cpu  command_line  bash  tools 
september 2013 by rootis0
tty2gif by z24
tty2gif let you record scripts and their outputs into both binary and gif formats.
kb_cpu  command_line  bash  unix  tools 
august 2013 by rootis0
icholy/ttygif
ttygif converts a ttyrec file into gif files. It's a stripped down version of ttyplay which calls import on every frame.
kb_cpu  bash  command_line  unix  tools 
august 2013 by rootis0
Named Pipes - Written by Thorsten Ball
Sharing Terminal Output With script(1), netcat And Named Pipes
kb_cpu  bash  unix  mac  command_line 
august 2013 by rootis0
Share Your Terminal With No Fuss - ascii.io
ASCII.IO is the simplest way to record your terminal and share the recordings with your fellow geeks. Simply record and upload your terminal session with a single command, and ASCII.IO will play it back in your browser.
kb_cpu  linux  mac  unix  tools  bash  command_line 
june 2013 by rootis0
liquid prompt
* the number of attached sleeping jobs (when you interrupt a command with Ctrl-Z and bring it back with fg), if there are any; * the number of attached running jobs (commands started with a &), if there are any;
kb_cpu  unix  linux  mac  bash  tools 
april 2013 by rootis0
Michael Tsai - Blog - Shebang Objective-C
A clever trick for making Objective-C source files self-compiling. The idea is to play with shell and C comments so that the file is both a valid shell script and an Objective-C program. The shell script calls clang to compile itself, and then runs the output executable.
kb_cpu  bash  unix  mac  command_line  tools 
march 2013 by rootis0
Speaking UNIX: Peering into pipes
The simplest use replaces the traditional cat utility with pv to feed bytes to another program and measure overall throughput.
kb_cpu  unix  command_line  bash  tools 
november 2009 by rootis0

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