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uniscribe - Debug help for Unicode strings

  •    Ruby

Describes Unicode characters with their name and shows compositions. Uses a similar color coding like its lower-level companion tool unibits.

unicopy - Unicode command-line codepoint dumper

  •    Ruby

CLI utility which converts Unicode codepoints to a string (or vice versa). Copies the result to the system clipboard or just prints it to the console. Can also convert codepoints to many dump formats.

character - tool for character manipulations

  •    Go

This is a tool for various manipulations on characters, as characters rather than full strings, to show names, encodings and more. The tool is structured as a top-level command, options, and sub-commands which can do different things. Many sub-commands will take a -v verbose option, which gives more detail in a pretty-printed table.

alfred-unicode - Preview Unicode characters and emoji in Alfred

  •    Python

Search, view and export Unicode characters/codepoints from Alfred 2. The icons are generated as needed (and then cached). On a reasonable system, the workflow can generate > 100 icons/second, but if it's too slow for you, you can force the creation of all the icons by entering unicode wf:genicons in Alfred's query box or by running the icons.py file in the workflow's root directory (e.g. /usr/bin/python/icons.py.) This will take 10–20 minutes and use about 300 MB at the default resolution, but the workflow will be much more responsive afterwards.

piken - CLI tool to search unicode data backed by SQLite3

  •    Go

piken is a CLI tool to search unicode data backed by SQLite3. The name is in homage to the creators of UTF-8: Rob Pike and Ken Thompson.

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