Squash is a C/Ncurses based music player. It supports mp3 and ogg through
libraries (and planned flac support). Squash uses statistics to determine songs
to play automatically. It garners this information through whether or not a song
is skipped. Squash also avoids picking the same song twice. Thus Squash is
like a radio station that plays the songs you like -- and you don't even have to
call in requests!
This is a small console program written in
perl, which allows you to manage notes similar
to programs like "knotes" from commandline.
tel is a little console-based phone book program. It allows adding,
modifying, editing, and searching of phone book entries right on your
terminal. Pretty printing capabilites are also provided. Entries are
stored in a simple CSV file. This eases import and export with common
spread sheet applications like Microsoft Excel or OpenOffice.org Calc.
JLine is a Java library for handling console input. It is similar in
functionality to BSD editline and GNU readline. People familiar with
the readline/editline capabilities for modern shells (such as bash and
tcsh) will find most of the command editing features of JLine to be
JLine is distributed under the BSD license, meaning that you are
completely free to redistribute, modify, or sell it with almost no
API documentation can be found in the apidocs directory.
You can use the jline.ConsoleRunner application to set up the system
input stream and continue on the launch another program. For example,
to use JLine as the input handler for the popular BeanShell console
application, you can run: java jline.ConsoleRunner bsh.Interpreter
This is a Renderer driver for Structures_DataGrid using PEAR::Console_Table.
PuDB is a full-screen, console-based visual debugger for Python.
Its goal is to provide all the niceties of modern GUI-based debuggers in a more
lightweight and keyboard-friendly package. PuDB allows you to debug code right
where you write and test it--in a terminal. If you've worked with the excellent
(but nowadays ancient) DOS-based Turbo Pascal or C tools, PuDB's UI might look
The goal of the ccons project is to create an interactive console
for the C programming language, similar to "python" and "irb" for
Python and Ruby respectively.
Clio is a great way to build commandline tools.
It provides an advanced options parser with a variety of notations
suited to almost any perfered style, and provides a very rich and easy to use
library for generating console output.
pry is an IRB alternative and runtime developer console.
Git repository: https://github.com/pry/pry
Use Pry as your rails console