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audio/umodplayer-0.b5.1 (Score: 0.104382254)
Console module player
UModPlayer or Universal Module Player is a audio module "tool-chain", providing you functions to work with modules like playing, exporting, getting information, and more. * You can play the supported formats and seek to any order in the song. You have pause, timer, display, and other standard features. * You can view the pattern notes while playing. * Playlist support: you can create playlists, delete or move individual items in a playlist, import a playlist from the current directory contents, save a playlist and load a saved playlist... * You can specify any of the ModPlug options: noise reduction, megabass, surround, reverb sound options specifying the grade and the delay of most of the options. * You can export the audio data of a module to any of the supported formats * You can read and export to a file the song builtin message, the song instrument names and the song sample names. * Each user of your UNIX box can save all the sound options. * And much more!
emulators/o2em-1.17 (Score: 0.104382254)
Odyssey2 / Videopac console emulator
Odyssey2 / Videopac+ emulator.
misc/pdmenu-1.3.4 (Score: 0.104382254)
Simple console menu program
Pdmenu is a menuing system for Unix. It is designed to be easy to use, and is suitable for a login shell for inexperienced users, or it can just be ran at the command line as a handy menu.
net-im/cjc-1.2.1 (Score: 0.104382254)
Console Jabber Client
CJC is a Jabber/XMPP client for text terminals. It uses pyxmpp library for XMPP comunication and curses for screen output. It is not finished yet, but still quite usable. Its user interface is resembling those of popular IRC clients like irssi or BitchX.
net-im/toxic-0.7.1 (Score: 0.104382254)
Console client for Tox
Toxic, sometimes referred to as Tox/Toxic or the purged Core/Toxic, is the reference CLI front-end written for the Tox core. It uses the ncurses library.
deskutils/tel- (Score: 0.09923529)
Little console-based phone book manager
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.
net/raggle-0.4.4 (Score: 0.09923529)
Console RSS aggregator written in Ruby
Raggle is a console RSS aggregator, written in Ruby. Features include customizable keybindings, basic HTML rendering, HTTP proxy support, OPML import/export, themes, support for various versions of RSS, Screen support, browser auto-detection, and more. Raggle has been tested under Linux and OpenBSD, and should work properly under other Unix variants as well.
net/turses-0.3.0 (Score: 0.09923529)
Python Twitter client for the console
A Twitter client for the console. The goal of the project is to build a full-featured, lightweight, and extremely configurable Twitter client. Features: - Multiple timelines (buffers) - Multi-column - Tweet, Reply, Retweet, Delete tweet - Follow/Unfollow - Favorite/Unfavorite - Direct Messages - Open URLs in browser - Thread view - Unread count - Search - View users tweets - Fully customizable - Multiple accounts - View user profile
net/xpvm-1.2.5 (Score: 0.09923529)
Graphical console and monitor for PVM
XPVM provides a graphical interface to the PVM console commands and information, along with several animated views to monitor the execution of PVM programs. These views provide information about the interactions among tasks in a parallel PVM program, to assist in debugging and performance tuning.
sysutils/jvmtop-0.8.0 (Score: 0.09923529)
Lightweight console application to monitor running jvms
Jvmtop is a lightweight console application to monitor all accessible, running jvms on a machine. In a top-like manner, it displays JVM internal metrics (e.g. memory information) of running java processes. It's tested with different releases of Oracle JDK, IBM JDK and OpenJDK on FreeBSD, Linux, Solaris and Windows hosts. Jvmtop requires a JDK - a JRE will not suffice.