I am starting to realize that the Unix command-line toolbox can fix absolutely any problem related to text wrangling. Let me tell you about a problem I had, and how I used some Unix command-line utilities to solve it.
Marker is a command palette for the terminal. It lets you bookmark commands (or commands templates) and easily retreive them with the help of a real-time fuzzy matcher.
Next Webbrowser with Keyboard Control and a Lisp Interface
A curated list of Terminal frameworks, plugins & resources for CLI lovers.
A complete text editor for your terminal.
hypergit CLI for managing peer-to-peer git repositories
madonctl is a command line client for the Mastodon distributed social network API.
xsv is a command line program for indexing, slicing, analyzing, splitting and joining CSV files.
Announcing the Arduino Command Line Interface (CLI)
Browsh is a fully-modern text-based browser. It renders anything that a modern browser can
mbsync - synchronize IMAP4 and Maildir mailboxes
a universal #text #document #converter
. If you need to #convert
files from one #markup
format into another, pandoc is your swiss-army knife. Pandoc can convert documents in (several dialects of) #Markdown
, Emacs #OrgMode
, Emacs #Muse
, Microsoft #Word #docx
, #LibreOffice #ODT
, or #Haddock
markup to ... many others
Poezio is a free #console
XMPP client (the protocol on which the Jabber IM network is built). Its goal is to let you connect very easily (no account creation needed) to the network and join various chatrooms, immediately. It tries to look like the most famous IRC clients (weechat, irssi, etc). Many commands are identical and you won't be lost if you already know these clients. Configuration can be made in a configuration file or directly from the client.