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coreutils - Cross-platform Rust rewrite of the GNU coreutils

  •    Rust

uutils is an attempt at writing universal (as in cross-platform) CLI utils in Rust. This repo is to aggregate the GNU coreutils rewrites. Many GNU, Linux and other utils are pretty awesome, and obviously some effort has been spent in the past to port them to Windows. However, those projects are either old, abandoned, hosted on CVS, written in platform-specific C, etc.

progress - Linux tool to show progress for cp, mv, dd, ... (formerly known as cv)

  •    C

This tool can be described as a Tiny, Dirty, Linux-and-OSX-Only C command that looks for coreutils basic commands (cp, mv, dd, tar, gzip/gunzip, cat, etc.) currently running on your system and displays the percentage of copied data. It can also show estimated time and throughput, and provides a "top-like" mode (monitoring). Formerly known as cv (Coreutils Viewer).

mc - Minio Client is a replacement for ls, cp, mkdir, diff and rsync commands for filesystems and object storage

  •    Go

Minio Client (mc) provides a modern alternative to UNIX commands like ls, cat, cp, mirror, diff, find etc. It supports filesystems and Amazon S3 compatible cloud storage service (AWS Signature v2 and v4).then use the mc config command.

ls-- - ls on steroids

  •    Perl

ls++ [OPTION]... [FILE]... Not known parameters will be passed through to ls, so to show hidden files, -a or -A might be added. See ls(1) for more information.




tac - A high-performance, cross-platform file reverse utility

  •    Rust

tac is a high-performance, cross-platform rewrite of the GNU tac utility of Coreutils. This tac implementation uses memory-mapped files on all supported operating systems and is written in rust for maximum integrity and safety.

torgo - A UNIX-like Non-GNU command line toolkit

  •    Go

Torgo is a set UNIX and Plan9-like command line tools. Target platforms are Windows, Plan 9, Linux, and possibly OSX. The project's technical goal is to provide command line utilities that are accessible, homogeneous, and interoperable with each other. Non-goals are compatibility with the existing syntax and semantics of similar toolkits, such as GNU coreutils. Use this pre-alpha toolkit at your own risk. Many of the tools will do not work the way you expect them to on Linux.

mesabox - A collection of core system utilities written in Rust for Unix-like systems (and now Windows)

  •    Rust

MesaBox is a collection of core system utilities written in Rust for Unix-like systems. Like the well-known BusyBox and Toybox sets of utilities popular on embedded devices, MesaBox seeks to provide a fully functioning command-line environment (unlike uutils, which just seeks to reimplement the GNU coreutils).


coreutils - Reimplement the gnu coreutils package with the go language

  •    Go

Reimplement the gnu coreutils package with the go language. Coreutils contains many basic commands