Last File Manager - lfm - is a simple 'midnight commander'-type file
manager. It includes a simple file viewer, pyview. Lfm is a curses-based
application for the UNIX console.
Pretty nifty if you want to output dynamic text to your console or
other fixed-size-font displays, and at the same time it will display
it in a nice human-readable, or "cool" way.
asql is a simple console shell which allows you to run SQL queries against an
Apache logfile, something that can be very useful -- especially at getting
information which is not easily available via static logfile analysers.
QTermWidget is an opensource project originally based on KDE4 Konsole
application. The main goal of this project is to provide unicode-enabled,
embeddable Qt widget for using as a built-in console (or terminal emulation
Bandwidth Monitor NG is a small and simple console-based live
bandwidth monitor for Linux, BSD, Solaris, Mac OS X and others.
Short list of features:
* supports /proc/net/dev, netstat, getifaddr, sysctl, kstat and libstatgrab
* unlimited number of interfaces supported
* interfaces are added or removed dynamically from list
* white-/blacklist of interfaces
* output of KB/s, Kb/s, packets, errors, average, max and total sum
* output in curses, plain console, CSV or HTML
The CuraEngine is a C++ console application for 3D printing GCode generation.
It has been made as better and faster alternative to the old Skeinforge engine.
The CuraEngine is pure C++ and uses Clipper from
http://www.angusj.com/delphi/clipper.php. There are no external dependencies
and Clipper is included in the source code without modifications.
This is just a console application for GCode generation. For a full graphical
application look at https://github.com/daid/Cura with is the graphical
frontend for CuraEngine.
The CuraEngine can be used separately or in other applications.
Feel free to add it to your application. But to take note of the License.
cc65 is a complete cross development package for 65(C)02 systems,
including a powerful macro assembler, a C compiler, linker, librarian
and several other tools.
Direct library support (that is, startup/initialization code) and
support libraries for other features are available for...
- the Commodore C64
- the GEOS operating system for the Commodore C64
- the Commodore C128
- the Commodore C16, C116 and Plus/4
- the Commodore P500
- the Commodore 600/700 family of computers
- the Apple ][
- the Atari 8bit machines
- the Oric Atmos
- the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)
- the Supervision Game Console
- the Atari Lynx Console
Urwid is a curses-based user interface library. It includes many
features useful for text console application developers including:
* Fluid interface resizing (xterm window resizing / fbset on Linux
* Support for 8-bit and CJK encodings
* Multiple text alignment and wrapping modes built-in
* Ability to register user-defined text alignment and wrapping modes
* Simple markup for setting text attributes
* Powerful list box that handles scrolling between different widget
* List box contents may be managed with a user-defined class
* Flexible edit box for editing many different types of text
* Easy interface for creating HTML screen shots
CxxTest is a JUnit/CppUnit/xUnit-like framework for C++.
Its advantages over existing alternatives are that it:
- Doesn't require RTTI
- Doesn't require member template functions
- Doesn't require exception handling
- Doesn't require any external libraries (including memory management,
file/console I/O, graphics libraries)
This makes it extremely portable and usable.
Git review allows you to extend git to interact more easily with a Gerrit server
from the console.
It allows you to push change to review, download a changeset into a new branch,
push a change as draft or push an amended change as new patchset.