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Bash-Snippets - A collection of small bash scripts for heavy terminal users

  •    Shell

Furthermore you can backup the repositories of any github user to your bitbucket.Backup all github repositories of the designated user at once with the -a option. Or run it with no flags and backup individual repositories.

shelljs - :shell: Portable Unix shell commands for Node.js

  •    Javascript

If you have feedback, suggestions, or need help, feel free to post in our issue tracker.Upgrading from an older version? Check out our breaking changes page to see what changes to watch out for while upgrading.

cash - Cross-platform Linux commands in ES6

  •    Javascript

Cash is a cross-platform implementation of Unix shell commands written in straight ES6. No native compiling and no external dependencies.While young, Cash aims to offer an alternative Linux feel on Windows and to open the door to cross-platform bash scripting in a Javascript environment.

desk - A lightweight workspace manager for the shell

  •    Shell

Lightweight workspace manager for the shell. Desk makes it easy to flip back and forth between different project contexts in your favorite shell. Change directory, activate a virtualenv or rvm, load in domain-specific aliases, environment variables, functions, arbitrary shell files, all in a single command.




dehydrated - letsencrypt/acme client implemented as a shell-script – just add water

  •    Shell

It uses the openssl utility for everything related to actually handling keys and certificates, so you need to have that installed. Please keep in mind that this software and even the acme-protocol are relatively young and may still have some unresolved issues. Feel free to report any issues you find with this script or contribute by submitting a pull request.

dotfiles - :wrench: .files, including ~/.macos — sensible hacker defaults for macOS

  •    Shell

You can clone the repository wherever you want. (I like to keep it in ~/Projects/dotfiles, with ~/dotfiles as a symlink.) The bootstrapper script will pull in the latest version and copy the files to your home folder.To update later on, just run that command again.

dockerfiles - Various Dockerfiles I use on the desktop and on servers.

  •    Shell

This is a repo to hold various Dockerfiles for images I create.You may also want to checkout my dotfiles, specifically the aliases for all these files which are here: github.com/jessfraz/dotfiles/blob/master/.dockerfunc.

mal - mal - Make a Lisp

  •    Assembly

Mal is a Clojure inspired Lisp interpreter.Mal is a learning tool. See the make-a-lisp process guide. Each implementation of mal is separated into 11 incremental, self-contained (and testable) steps that demonstrate core concepts of Lisp. The last step is capable of self-hosting (running the mal implementation of mal).


climate - The ultimate command line tool for Linux developers! Provides a huge number of tools for developers to automate their system

  •    Shell

Climate is the ultimate command line tool for Linux. It provides a huge number of command line options for developers to automate their Linux system. This tool can be extremely helpful to learn various unix commands too. There is an option to print each command before they're executed to help you memorize them over time.The default location is /usr/local/bin/. If you want to write to a different location, you can give an argument to the install command.

autoenv - Directory-based environments.

  •    Shell

Magic per-project shell environments. Very pretentious. If a directory contains a .env file, it will automatically be executed when you cd into it. When enabled (set AUTOENV_ENABLE_LEAVE to a non-null string), if a directory contains a .env.leave file, it will automatically be executed when you leave it.

shpotify - A command-line interface to Spotify.

  •    Shell

shpotify is a simple Bash/Apple script to control Spotify from the command line on a Mac. If you find this interesting, you should follow me on Twitter to learn about the other things I do.

rsync-time-backup - Time Machine style backup with rsync.

  •    Shell

This script offers Time Machine-style backup using rsync. It creates incremental backups of files and directories to the destination of your choice. The backups are structured in a way that makes it easy to recover any file at any point in time. It works on Linux, macOS and Windows (via WSL or Cygwin). The main advantage over Time Machine is the flexibility as it can backup from/to any filesystem and works on any platform. You can also backup, for example, to a Truecrypt drive without any problem.

awesome-dotfiles - A curated list of dotfiles resources.

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A curated list of dotfiles resources. Inspired by the awesome list thing. There are many great dotfiles repos out there, each containing their own inspiration and gems. I think one of the best ways to go through them is by searching GitHub for "dotfiles".

welder - 👨‍🏭Set up your Linux server with plain shell scripts

  •    Shell

Welder allows you to set up a Linux server with plain shell scripts. In most basic terms, that's what welder does.

homeshick - git dotfiles synchronizer written in bash

  •    Shell

In Unix, configuration files are king. Tailoring tools to suit your needs through configuration can be empowering. An immense number of hours is spent on getting these adjustments just right, but once you leave the confines of your own computer, these local optimizations are left behind. By the power of git, homeshick enables you to bring the symphony of settings you have poured your heart into with you to remote computers. With it you can begin to focus even more energy on bettering your work environment since the benefits are reaped on whichever machine you are using.

ntfy - 🖥️📱🔔 A utility for sending notifications, on demand and when commands finish.

  •    Python

The install technique in the quickstart is the suggested method of installation. It can be installed in a virtualenv, but with some caveats: Linux notifications require --system-site-packages for the virtualenv and OS X notifications don't work at all. By default it will only send notifications for commands lasting longer than 10 seconds and if the terminal is focused. Terminal focus works on X11(Linux) and with Terminal.app and iTerm2 on MacOS. Both options can be configured via the --longer-than and --foreground-too options.

yadm - Yet Another Dotfiles Manager

  •    Shell

Features, usage, examples and installation instructions can be found on the website.

closh - Bash-like shell based on Clojure

  •    Clojure

Closh combines the best of traditional unix shells with the power of Clojure. It aims to be a modern alternative to bash. Warning: Closh is still in a early stage and under a heavy development. It is not ready for daily use yet since it is quite easy to get it to crash. At this moment I am most interested in gathering feedback and use cases to help make the best possible design trade-offs. Closh is tested on Linux, should run on macOS too. Windows who knows.