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#xd is a fast directory finder.
xd is a program that matches short acronyms like ulb to directories like /usr/local/bin. xd can match multiple directories, and supports a more complex search syntax. xd by default outputs any found directories to stdout, so it can easily be used to change the directory with a simple shell function.
Website 🔗️: https://fbb-git.gitlab.io/xd/
apt 📦️: xd
pwgen is a tool that generates a large amount of passwords that are designed to be memorable and pronounceable. pwgen can exclude or require certain characters in generated passwords, and can also generate purely random passwords if needed. pwgen is not recommended for creating important passwords or passwords that are likely to be attacked.
Website 🔗️: https://github.com/tytso/pwgen
apt 📦️: pwgen
Remember the lock and flip state of a shape in the transform panel.
Akira is getting smarter and smarter at every PR.
#PTXConf (Pen tablet and Touch screen Xinput Configuration tool) is a small graphical input configuration tool.
PTXConf is a small program that iconifies into the system tray and provides a way to configure which screen(s) a given input device like a drawing tablet can use. PTXConf works with any screen configuration that X supports, and provides an API for mapping inputs via code.
Website 🔗️: https://wenhsinjen.github.io/ptxconf/
DIGImend is a set of drivers and tools that provide functionality for digitized devices like drawing tablets. Many tablets are supported from various brands and OEMs, with more complex features like tilt, custom bound hard buttons, and displays being supported with configuration.
Website 🔗️: https://digimend.github.io/
jq takes a JSON input and processes it using various filters. By default jq will pretty print the input, but can apply a wide variety of useful filters (including #regex) that can operate on its input. Chains of operators can be used to change the input in complex ways in a quick and efficient manner.
Website 🔗️: https://stedolan.github.io/jq/
apt 📦️: jq
rxp reads and parses XML then reformats and prints the result. rxp can expand elements, replace parts, validate, reencode, and check IDs in XML. rxp can colorize XML markup for easier reading.
Website 🔗️: http://www.cogsci.ed.ac.uk/~richard/rxp.html
apt 📦️: rxp
ReText is a text editor for #Markdown and #reStructuredText. ReText provides quick access to various text elements like headers, lists, and styles like bold and italics. ReText automatically continues elements like lists, and has a table mode for making automatically updating tables. ReText can export to HTML if needed.
Website 🔗️: https://github.com/retext-project/retext
apt 📦️: retext
#tree is a directory tree viewer.
tree is a #terminal program that displays a colorized (using ls colors) recursive directory listing for a given directory. Files and folders are indented based on how far deep they are in the filesystem. tree can ignore files, hide large directories, show sizes, and only show specific files.
Website 🔗️: http://mama.indstate.edu/users/ice/tree/
apt 📦️: tree
A quick look at Yorg - a FOSS racing game on Itch.io https://share.tube/videos/watch/c6d90ff7-7b6a-400d-a6b5-29581dd289c8
#QuitCount is a quit-smoking counter.
QuitCount counts relevant statistics for people that have quit smoking. Given the quit date and cigarette information QuitCount will display days quit, amount of cigarettes saved, money saved, life expectancy gained, etc. QuitCount is accessible through an easy to access menu applet.
Website 🔗️: http://quitcount.sourceforge.net
apt 📦️: quitcount
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