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insect - High precision scientific calculator with support for physical units

  •    PureScript

A high precision scientific calculator with full support for physical units. Operators: addition (+), subtraction (-), multiplication (*, ·, ×), division (/, ÷, per), exponentiation (^, **). Full list: see Reference below.

instagram-terminal-news-feed - Instagram in terminal :alien::alien::fire::fire:

  •    Python

Sometimes checking your instagram during work is kind of strange, so why not check your instagram inside your terminal? OK... I know checking this during work is still strange... 😑 To be honest, I did this just for pure fun. For the username and password part, I promise you it is safe even if you save it. The username/password will only be saved locally in the file called credential.json. You can also just don't save it which is the default option.

GRV - Terminal interface for viewing git repositories

  •    Go

GRV is a terminal based interface for viewing git repositories. It allows refs, commits and diffs to be viewed, searched and filtered. The behaviour and style can be customised through configuration. Its feature include Commits and refs can be filtered using a query language, Commit Graph, Changes to the repository are captured by monitoring the filesystem allowing the UI to be updated automatically, Custom themes and lot more.

ox - An independent Rust text editor that runs in your terminal!

  •    Rust

Ox is a code editor that runs in your terminal. Ox is a code editor. It was written in Rust using ANSI escape sequences. It assists developers with programming by providing several tools to speed up and make programming easier and a refreshing alternative to heavily bloated and resource hungry editors such as VS Code and JetBrains. Ox is lightweight so it can be used on older computers.




FTXUI - :computer: C++ Functional Terminal User Interface. :heart:

  •    C++

A simple C++ library for terminal based user interface. It is highly recommanded to use cmake FetchContent to depends on FTXUI. This way you can specify which commit you would like to depends on.

xplr - A hackable, minimal, fast TUI file explorer

  •    Rust

xplr is a terminal UI based file explorer that aims to increase our terminal productivity by being a flexible, interactive orchestrator for the ever growing awesome command-line utilities that work with the file-system. To achieve its goal, xplr strives to be a fast, minimal and more importantly, hackable file explorer.

dasht - 💁 Search API docs offline, in terminal or browser

  •    Shell

The name "dasht" is a portmanteau of Dash and the letter "t", for terminal. Etymologically, "dasht" is Persian for plain, as in an flat expanse of land, which aptly characterizes the terminal environment where everything is text. Local search engine for web browsers.

dstask - Single binary terminal-based TODO manager with git-based sync + markdown notes per task

  •    Go

Dstask is a personal task tracker designed to help you focus. It is similar to taskwarrior but uses git to synchronise instead of a special protocol. Show-resolved command to review completed tasks by week. Useful for meetings.


md2man - 🤓 Converts markdown into UNIX manual pages

  •    Ruby

md2man is a Ruby library and a set of command-line programs that convert Markdown into UNIX manpages as well as HTML webpages using Redcarpet. Formats indented, tagged, and normal paragraphs: described in md2man(5).

void - terminal-based personal organizer

  •    Rust

WARNING: this is alpha, and the default keybinds are still weird because I use colemak on top of tmux. You may want to change them, by setting the KEYFILE env var to the path to a key remap file. In the future, I may add optional modal editing to bring it more in-line with vim. Right now I'm not sure it's worth the extra keystrokes. This is an attempt to address several cognitive defects.

pyShelf - A simple terminal based ebook server

  •    CSS

Terminal based ebook server. Open source & Lightweight. Having used Calibre for hosting my eBook collection in the past, I found myself frustrated having to install X on my server, or manage my library externally, Thus I have decided to spin up my own.

vim-hicterm - 🌈 Highlights terminal color code numbers (0-255)

  •    Vim

This plugin provides Vim commands to highlight terminal color code numbers that are used by curses-based applications such as WeeChat, tmux, and Vim. It's especially useful when configuring colorschemes for such applications. Highlights both foreground and background of terminal color code numbers so that they appear as solid blocks of color.

dashing - Terminal dashboards for Python

  •    Python

Dashing is a library to quickly create terminal-based dashboards in Python. The blessed library.

wed - wed is a terminal text editor with key bindings commonly used in Windows based editors

  •    C

Wed is a terminal text editor with key bindings commonly used in Windows based editors. It aims for ease of use and to be a good starting editor for those new to a Unix terminal environment. Using standard Windows editor key bindings (e.g. <C-c> is copy, <C-s> is save) avoids the need to learn a new set of key bindings whilst also takes advantage of existing muscle memory. For the most basic tasks reading wed documentation should be unnecessary. To uninstall wed run sudo make uninstall.

bim - bim: a text editor

  •    C

Bim is a terminal text editor with syntax highlighting. Inspired by Vim and featuring similar mode-based editing, Bim was originally written for ToaruOS, but it has also been tested in Linux, Sortix, FreeBSD, and macOS.

goed - Terminal based code editor / development environment

  •    Go

Goed is a code/text editor, somewhat inspired by Acme. It can run within a terminal or as a standalone lightweight gui. CURRENT STATE: It's currently in ALPHA and has not been spread around much yet.

kod - terminal text editor written in Go, using xi-editor as backend

  •    Go

kod aims to be a fast and modern terminal code-editor. It is inspired by both vim & micro. It's built using xi-editor as backend. kod expects xi-core to be set in your $PATH. For more information how to build xi-core, please have a look at xi-editor's github page.

vixl44 - Create pixel art inside your terminal using vim movements

  •    Go

This project is free software: You can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.






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