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cpduppermalink

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CPDup is a filesystem mirroring utility that attempts to retain permissions, flags, ownership, and utimes. It will create and delete files/directories on the destination as necessary to synchronize it with the source. CPDup attempts to avoid unnecssary copies (by default) by assuming that files are the same if their size and mtime (and other parameters) match. CPDup also has the ability to run MD5 checks between the source and destination and optimizes to avoid unnecessary data reads from the source by generating and maintaining MD5 checkfiles.

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Diakonospermalink

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Diakonos is the Linux console text editor with a key mapping you practically already know. Easy to use and easy to configure, but potent in the hands of power users.

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dvtmpermalink

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FossGitpermalink

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FossGit is a Fossil SCM mirroring tool that exports to Git.

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FreeBSD eepermalink

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The command ee is a simple screen oriented text editor. It is always in text insertion mode unless there is a prompt at the bottom of the terminal, or a menu present (in a box in the middle of the terminal).

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ircIIpermalink

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Kakounepermalink

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Kakoune is a Vim-inspired, faster (as in fewer keystrokes), multiple-selection, othogonally designed editor.

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Micropermalink

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Micro is a terminal-based text editor that aims to be easy to use and intuitive, while also taking advantage of the full capabilities of modern terminals. It comes as one single, batteries-included, static binary with no dependencies, and you can download and use it right now.

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neatvi [1]permalink

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Neatvi is a vi/ex editor that can edit bidirectional UTF-8 text.

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noice [1]permalink

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This project provides a small curses-based file browser, initially developed for use with a TV remote control for a media center system.

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nvipermalink

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portable mgpermalink

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reptyrpermalink

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Reparent a running program to a new terminal with reptyr, a tool for "re-PTYing" programs. It is a tool for taking an existing running program and attaching it to a new parent process, allowing you to do things like attach a long-running process to a terminal multiplexer before logging out of an SSH connection.

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sandypermalink

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Sandy is an ncurses text editor with an easy-to-read, hackable C source that tries to maximize screen real estate, minimize the SLOC used, and not get in your way too much.

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Screen Editorpermalink

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Screen Editor, or se for short, is a screen oriented version of the classic UNIX text editor ed. It’s similar to vi as both are modal editors with curses interfaces. However, it differs from vi in that it has the same command syntax as ed.

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slappermalink

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The slap project provides a Sublime-like terminal-based text editor with first-class mouse support that strives to make editing from the terminal easier.

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termboxpermalink

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The termbox library provides a minimalistic API which helps the programmer write text-based user interfaces.

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TermKitpermalink

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TermKit is an experimental terminal platform built on WebKit and Node.js, currently available for Apple MacOS, MS Windows, and WebKit browsers.

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vispermalink

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Vis aims to be a modern, legacy free, simple, efficient vim-like editor. It extends vim's modal editing with built-in support for multiple cursors/selections and combines it with sam's structural regular expression based command language.

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Voltronpermalink

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Voltron is an extensible debugger UI toolkit written in Python. It aims to improve the user experience of various debuggers (LLDB, GDB, VDB and WinDbg) by enabling the attachment of utility views that can retrieve and display data from the debugger host.

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