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High quality GIF with FFmpeg
Como gerar GIFs em alta qualidade a partir de vídeos usando FFmpeg
ffmpeg  gif  how-to  geek  console  software_livre  dica 
january 2017 by rtopitt
donmelton/video_transcoding: Tools to transcode, inspect and convert videos.
Hi, I'm Don Melton. I created these tools to transcode my collection of Blu-ray Discs and DVDs into a smaller, more portable format while remaining high enough quality to be mistaken for the originals.

What makes these tools unique are the ratecontrol systems which achieve those goals.

This package is based on my original collection of Video Transcoding Scripts written in Bash. While still available online, those scripts are no longer in active development. Users are encouraged to install this Ruby Gem instead.
transcoding  video  conversão  conversor  gem  ruby  shell  console  reference  utilidade  bluray  dvd  software_livre 
june 2016 by rtopitt
explainshell.com - match command-line arguments to their help text
write down a command-line to see the help text that matches each argument
bash  shell  console  terminal  help  reference  parser  manual 
may 2016 by rtopitt
Command-line and web file sharing - transfer.sh
Now you can just upload and download files without complexity from your shell or browser. Just upload the file using by dropping it to this page, curl or any other command using PUT or POST to our server. We'll return a shareable url, which will expire within 2 weeks.
curl  service  saas  upload  arquivo  download  sharing  backup  console 
october 2014 by rtopitt
Bash Booster
Bash Booster is a single file library, which provides various features useful during setup environment and preparing servers. It is inspired by Chef and was developed to be used with Vagrant. When Chef is too heavy, use Bash Booster, because it has been written using Bash only and requires nothing.
bash  sysadmin  devops  provisioning  shell  biblioteca  software_livre  console  inspiração 
september 2014 by rtopitt
Agreeing to the Xcode license from the command line. - Tom Hennigan
Got the following error after updating Xcode for iOS 7 this morning:

Agreeing to the Xcode/iOS license requires admin privileges, please re-run as root via sudo.

Running sudo xcrun cc should bring up the cli version of the Xcode license agreement. Another option is to open Xcode.app and agree in the GUI.
mac_os_x  xcode  terminal  console  apple  terms  tip 
september 2014 by rtopitt
furbo.org · The Terminal
I’ve been using the Unix command line since 1983 and like most software developers, the Terminal app is a permanent fixture in my Dock. Over the years I’ve learned a lot of things that make working in this environment more productive, but even old dogs like me are constantly learning new tricks.
shell  terminal  tip  console  unix  bash 
september 2014 by rtopitt
Bootstrap
Twitter Bootstrap theme styled like old console terminals
css  theme  bootstrap  geek  console  terminal  old_school  bizarre  hahaha 
july 2014 by rtopitt
Add helper methods to your Rails console - opensoul.org
If you use the console on your production application with any regularity, then having helpers for your application is a must! I use the console on Speaker Deck often to debug issues processing PDFs. I almost always start by finding a user by their username or a talk by its URL, so I added helpers to make it brainless.
rails  console  helper  ruby  tip 
november 2012 by rtopitt
Commander - Complete solution for Ruby command-line executables
The complete solution for Ruby command-line executables. Commander bridges the gap between other terminal related libraries you know and love (OptionParser, HighLine), while providing many new features, all packed in one simple, elegant API.
shell  framework  console  gem  ruby  cli  parser 
november 2010 by rtopitt
Ruby Quicktips - puts vs. print
If you find yourself in a situation where you need to have a small amount of output sent immediately to the screen, this is a good technique to utilize to serve this requirement.
ruby  stdout  puts  print  console  shell  tip 
june 2010 by rtopitt
gleeBox: Keyboard glee for your web
gleeBox is an experimental project that takes a keyboard-centric approach to navigating the web. It provides alternatives to actions that are traditionally performed via the mouse. Some of these are radically more efficient than using a mouse, some not so much. In all cases, they are mostly meant for keyboard and command line lovers. Here's a short screencast that goes through the new features introduced in version 1.0:
teclado  navegador  browser  google  chrome  mozilla  firefox  extensão  plugin  geek  internet  console 
may 2010 by rtopitt
Dicas Locaweb » Blog Archive » Git – Dicas e truques
Vou resumir de forma rápida alguns comandos que utilizo diariamente, a idéia é concentrar aqui novas dicas que forem aparecendo, então sugestões são bem vindas.
git  scm  console  shell  código-fonte  tip 
may 2010 by rtopitt
Usando jQuery no console do firebug
Adicione esse bookmarklet na barra de favoritos do firefox e clique toda vez que quiser injetar o jquery num site para voce poder manipular com facilidade.
firefox  jquery  javascript  bookmarklet  webapp  debug  firebug  console 
january 2010 by rtopitt
txt2regex - Regular expression (regex) wizard
Txt2regex is a Regular Expression wizard that converts human sentences to regexes. In a simple interactive interface, you just answer to questions and build your own regex for a large variety of softwares and programming languages: AWK, ed, egrep, Emacs, expect, find, gawk, grep, lex, lisp, mawk, MySQL, OpenOffice.org, Perl, PHP, Postgres, Procmail, Python, SED, Tcl, VBscript, VI, Vim.
linux  shell  regex  expressão  regular  ferramenta  utilidade  console  programming 
november 2009 by rtopitt
Ruby/ProgressBar: A Text Progress Bar Library for Ruby
Ruby/ProgressBar is a text progress bar library for Ruby. It can indicate progress with percentage, a progress bar, and estimated remaining time.
ruby  gem  console  barra  progresso  utilidade  shell 
november 2009 by rtopitt
Tracking Down Slow-Running Examples in RSpec » Idol Hands: An Alpha Geek Guide to Ruby on Rails, DIY, and More
As the number of tests goes up in your Rails project, you’ll find yourself spending more and more time staring at the field of green dots waiting for the RSpec to finish. You may notice some pauses, and be tempted to tail the test log file to figure out what’s slowing things down, but thankfully there’s a better way.
rails  rspec  ruby  profiling  performance  teste  opção  console  tip 
september 2009 by rtopitt
Exif Jpeg header manipulation tool
Though there are many programs out there now that can maniuplate Exif heders today, for many tasks, jhead remains the simplest and most effective tool for the job, especially if used for automated or scripted tasks.
exif  jpeg  jpg  linux  console  metadado  editor  digital  edição  photography 
september 2009 by rtopitt
The libTorrent and rTorrent Project
LibTorrent is a BitTorrent library written in C++ for *nix, with a focus on high performance and good code. The library differentiates itself from other implementations by transfering directly from file pages to the network stack. On high-bandwidth connections it is able to seed at 3 times the speed of the official client.
torrent  rtorrent  console  p2p  software  linux  bittorrent  software_livre 
september 2009 by rtopitt
Sketches - About
Sketches allows you to create and edit Ruby code from the comfort of your editor, while having it safely reloaded in IRB whenever changes to the code are saved.
ruby  irb  edição  código-fonte  reload  gem  console  programming 
may 2009 by rtopitt
IRB: Let’s Bone Up On The Interactive Ruby Shell
The Interactive Ruby Shell, more commonly known as IRB, is one of Ruby's most popular features, especially with new developers. You can bash out a one-liner, try a method you've just learned about, or even build a small algorithm or two without going the whole way to writing a complete program.
ruby  irb  shell  link  gem  script  console  configuration  tip 
may 2009 by rtopitt
.irbrc at master from zachinglis's dotfiles — GitHub
Exemplo de arquivo de configuração do IRB (console Ruby) cheio de traquinagens interessantes
arquivo  console  exemplo  irb  ruby  configuration  tip 
may 2009 by rtopitt
Lazy Linux: 10 essential tricks for admins
Learn these 10 tricks and you'll be the most powerful Linux® systems administrator in the universe...well, maybe not the universe, but you will need these tips to play in the big leagues. Learn about SSH tunnels, VNC, password recovery, console spying, a
console  firewall  ibm  linux  performance  root  shell  ssh  teste  admin  tip 
may 2009 by rtopitt
my package of the day: mpd - the Music Player Daemon | Screenage
Daemon tocador de música controlado via clientes separados (locais ou remotos), com clientes via console, gui e web
cliente  console  daemon  deb  geek  gui  how-to  música  mp3  ubuntu  server  tip 
may 2009 by rtopitt
SimpleConsole - Building Console Apps
It’s a tiny framework to get console applications developed quickly. It might be overkill scripts, but is pretty useful for some applications.
console  framework  gem  ruby  script  shell 
may 2009 by rtopitt
MultiTail
MultiTail follows files in style, it is tail on steroids. MultiTail lets you view one or multiple files like the original tail program. The difference is that it creates multiple windows on your console (with ncurses).
console  linux  log  programa  shell  ubuntu  server  tip 
may 2009 by rtopitt

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