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BeastieBoxpermalink

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BeastieBox is an attempt to bring a Busybox-like tool to the BSD world, aiming to be small while keeping as many features as possible.

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Fossilizepermalink

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Fossilize is an FFI-powered C-extension for Ruby that interfaces with the delta encoding algorithm created by D. Richard Hipp for the Fossil SCM project and an attendant command-line utility. It enables a Ruby program to quickly generate a delta between files and strings, and apply those deltas.

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gokrazypermalink

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With gokrazy, you get a pure-Go userland on top of the Linux kernel for your Raspberry Pi appliances.

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nbasepermalink

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The nbase project packages a portable NetBSD userland toolset for Linux, MacOS, and other sufficiently Unix-like systems.

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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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pcpustatpermalink

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recommonmarkpermalink

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As a Docutils compatibility bridge for CommonMark, recommonmark is a Markdown parser library.

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RedRugpermalink

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RedRug is a simple Redcarpet wrapper for common Markdown use cases, provided as a Ruby library and a command line utility.

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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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snorepermalink

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The snore utility implements sleep with feedback.

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Toyboxpermalink

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Toybox combines common command line utilities together into a single executable that's simple, small, fast, reasonably standards-compliant, and powerful enough to turn Android into a development environment.

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uclcmdpermalink

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The uclcmd project provides a command line tool for working with UCL config files, with a syntax somewhat compatible with jq.

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uutils coreutilspermalink

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Written in Rust, uutils is an attempt at writing universal (as in cross-platform) CLI utils in Rust; uutils coreutils is a complete rewrite of GNU Coreutils.

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xdotoolpermalink

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The xdotool utility lets you simulate keyboard input and mouse activity, move and resize windows, etc. It does this using X11's XTEST extension and other Xlib functions.

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XSelpermalink

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