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toxy - Hackable HTTP proxy for resiliency testing and simulated network conditions

  •    Javascript

Hackable HTTP proxy to simulate server failure scenarios, resiliency and unexpected network conditions, built for node.js.It was mainly designed for failure resistance testing, when toxy becomes particularly useful in order to cover fault tolerance and resiliency capabilities of a system, especially in disruption-tolerant networks and service-oriented architectures, where toxy may act as MitM proxy among services in order to inject failure.

doom-emacs - An Emacs configuration for the stubborn martian vimmer

  •    Emacs

It is a story as old as time. A stubborn, shell-dwelling, and melodramatic vimmer -- envious of the features of modern text editors -- spirals into despair before finally succumbing to the dark side. This is his config. Doom strives to be fast, fabulous and hacker friendly. It is tailored for neckbeards with blue belts or better in command-line-fu, Elisp and git.

evilpass - Slightly evil password strength checker

  •    Python

Checks how strong your user's password is via questionably ethical means. Please don't actually use this.

evil-collection - A set of keybindings for evil-mode

  •    Emacs

This is a collection of Evil bindings for the parts of Emacs that Evil does not cover properly by default, such as help-mode, M-x calendar, Eshell and more. Warning: Expect some default bindings to change in the future.




morphHTA - morphHTA - Morphing Cobalt Strike's evil.HTA

  •    Python

As usual, this code and tool should not be used for malicious purposes. Written by Vincent Yiu of MDSec Consulting's ActiveBreach team. Modification of code is allowed with credits to author.

penplot - [WIP/EXPERIMENTAL] a development environment for generative and algorithmic art

  •    Javascript

An experimental and highly opinionated development environment for generative and pen plotter art.You can install this with npm.

evil-multiedit - Multiple cursors for evil-mode, based on iedit

  •    Emacs

This plugin was an answer to the lack of proper multiple cursor support in Emacs+evil. It allows you to select and edit matches interactively, integrating iedit-mode into evil-mode with an attempt at sensible defaults. Since then, evil-mc has matured, and now that I use both I've found they can coexist, filling different niches, complimenting evil's built-in column/line-wise editing operations.


evil-snipe - 2-char searching ala vim-sneak & vim-seek, for evil-mode

  •    Emacs

Evil-snipe emulates vim-seek and/or vim-sneak in evil-mode. It provides 2-character motions for quickly (and more accurately) jumping around text, compared to evil's built-in f/F/t/T motions, incrementally highlighting candidate targets as you type.

emacs.d - My personal emacs setup.

  •    Emacs

Inspired by Sacha Chua, I have moved my Emacs configuration into an organized and descriptive org-mode file. What you are reading now is, in fact, my Emacs configuration file. Well, sort of.

pestilence - A JavaScript library to ruin someone’s day.

  •    Javascript

A collection of JavaScript utilities to ruin someone’s day, regardless of ability…or disability. Plays a high-pitched noise at random intervals.

evil-plugins - Plugins for Emacs Evil.

  •    Emacs

Plugins for Evil ( www.emacswiki.org/emacs/Evil ). It provides special registers for ex mode.

evil.R - Evil tricks for R

  •    R

Collection of subtle tricks to slowly drive R users insane. Please contribute your evilness. We need to have a subtle balance on how insidious and evil we are, for example something like trump would be too much, R must still be usable but slowly drive people to insanity.

dotfiles - [MOVED TO GITLAB]

  •    Emacs

I use of Emacs for almost everything, including my window manager (EXWM). See my Emacs pro-tips. As such, the more-or-less advanced configurations of my former favourite Unix programs are gone (Awesome, cmus, fish, fzf, Mutt, newsbeuter, ranger, urxvt, zathura, zsh). You can search for them before the git commit README: The Big Emacs Shift.

evil-special-modes - [DISCONTINUED] See https://github.com/jojojames/evil-collection instead

  •    Emacs

This is a collection of Evil bindings for the rest of Emacs that Evil does not cover by default, such as help-mode, M-x calendar, Eshell and more. Warning: This repo isn't receiving updates anymore, please refer to: https://github.com/jojojames/evil-collection.

org-evil - Evil extensions for Org-mode.

  •    Emacs

Org-evil provides Org-mode extensions for Evil users. To your init file to enable org-evil for future sessions.

node-crash - Crash node platform intentionally. Only for experimental purposes.

  •    Javascript

node-crash crashes node platform intentionally. Only for experimental purposes. DO NOT EVIL.

evil-mc - Multiple cursors implementation for evil-mode

  •    Emacs

The above commands as well as others, detailed below, are setup with key bindings when the evil-mc mode is enabled. The keys are defined in evil-mc-key-map. You can take a look at that variable declaration in evil-mc.el to see all key bindings. But, in short, C-n / C-p are used for creating cursors, and M-n / M-p are used for cycling through cursors. The commands that create cursors wrap around; but, the ones that cycle them do not. To skip creating a cursor forward use C-t or grn and backward grp. Finally use gru to remove all cursors. Here’s a detailed list of all commands used to create, navigate through, or delete cursors: All the commands below assume that there is a real cursor and possibly some fake cursors.