Curses::Application is designed to provide a flexible framework for rapid
application development of Curses-based console applications in Perl. Based
on Curses::Widgets and Curses::Forms, Curses::Application provides a flexible
OO framework to manage forms, widgets, and dialogs, without (hopefully) ever
having to deal directly with Curses calls.
Anjuta is a very versatile Integrated development environment for
C and C++. Written in GTK/GNOME and written for GTK+/GNOME,
it features many advanced programming tools and utilities. It is
basically a GUI interface for the bunch of command line programming
utilities and tools available for FreeBSD, which are usually run in console
and are very user unfriendly.
inadyn, inadyn-advanced fork. A multi-OS (*NIX, BSD, NT, 32 bit Win)
console/service/daemon dynamic DNS client.
It gives the possibility to have your own fixed hostname registered on the
internet, although your IP might be changing. It checks periodically whether
the IP address stored by the DNS server is the real current IP address of the
machine that is running it.
Spades (known in some places as 500) is a four-player, team-based
game whose object is to be the first team to score 500 points by
bidding on, and taking tricks.
- the server program,
- a console-based client (using the SLang library),
- and an X-based client (using the GTK library).
EditObj can create and display a Tkinter dialog
box for editing any Python object (similarly to
what Java call a Bean editor, but for Python object).
EditObj is a usefull tool for writing (text or
non-text) editors of all kinds, including GUI editor,
3D editor,... It also includes a Python console
(thanks to Ka-Ping Yee).
ServingXML is an open source, Apache 2.0 licensed, framework for flat/XML data
It defines an extensible markup vocabulary for expressing flat-XML, XML-flat,
flat-flat, and XML-XML processing in pipelines.
ServingXML comes with a console app, and also documents an API for embedding
the software in a standard Java or J2EE application.
BB is an high quality audio-visual demonstration for your text
terminal. It is portable demo, so you can run it on plenty of operating
systems and DOS.
Supports: DOS (VGA + MDA), stdio, curses, slang, X11, gpm, linux-console
Sound: OSS, Sun audio, SGI, DEC Aplha, AIX, HP-UX, DOS (GUS CLASSIC, GUS
CLASSIC, GUS MAX, GUS ACE, GUS PNP, SB, ESS, PC-buzzer
This a port of the nss_ldap libraries for Linux.
You'll probably need this if your system users in a LDAP
directory are complaining their Linux programs won't run,
and errors on the console say "getpwuid_r(): failed due
to unknown user id".
Whois is an intelligent pure Ruby WHOIS client and parser.
It provides a flexible and programmable API to query WHOIS
servers and look up IP/domain WHOIS information. It also
offers command-line interface to run WHOIS queries from
It is a OS-independent library and does not require external
C libraries or Gems.
TinTin++ is a console MUD client for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. Its main
assets are an easy to learn and use scripting language, full telnet support,
a split screen interface to separate mud output from client input, and
keyboard macros that work on all systems.