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bash  shell  study  vim  ruby  javascript  learning  dev  rails 
yesterday by repoles
My favorite command-line utilities – Hacker Noon
I’ve talked previously about my initial experience with MacOS. While I still love the laptop and how well it works, my favourite applications in it have very little to do with Apple’s ecosystem —…
cli  shell 
yesterday by nicolas
junegunn/fzf: A command-line fuzzy finder
It's an interactive Unix filter for command-line that can be used with any list; files, command history, processes, hostnames, bookmarks, git commits, etc.
bash  cli  shell  vim  plugin  tool  textui  search  unix  linux  macosx  opensource  github 
yesterday by ezequiel
Announcing Heroku CLI Autocomplete for Bash and Zsh | Heroku
Announcing Heroku CLI Autocomplete for Bash and Zsh - Added June 20, 2018 at 04:09PM
cli  devtools  shell  zsh 
yesterday by xenocid
Moving a process to another terminal
I’ve always wanted to be able to move a process from one terminal to another. For example if I’ve started a long-running foreground process (such as irssi or scp) outside of a screen and I have to log out my local terminal. I looked around and there doesn’t seem to be any way to do this.

There is a program called retty that I found later on that sort of does this, but it only closes and re-opens stdin/out et al. It doesn’t seem to do full terminal handling. Nor does it seem to detach the original terminal. It only allows you to peek into the process, control it for a bit, and then hand it back. If you shut down the original terminal you’re still screwed.
terminal  shell  cli  commandline  sysadmin 
3 days ago by dusko
libcaca – Caca Labs
libcaca is a graphics library that outputs text instead of pixels, so that it can work on older video cards or text terminals. It is not unlike the famous ​AAlib library, with the following improvements:

Unicode support
2048 available colours (some devices can only handle 16)
dithering of colour images
advanced text canvas operations (blitting, rotations)

Libcaca works in a text terminal (and should thus work on all Unix systems including Mac OS X) using the S-Lang or ncurses libraries. It also works natively on DOS and Windows.
terminal  shell  documentation  images  plaintext  commandline  cli 
3 days ago by dusko

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