Broaden your selection: Category/Interface
- Ikiwiki converts a directory full of wiki pages into HTML pages suitable
for publishing on a website. Unlike many wikis, ikiwiki does not have its
own ad-hoc means of storing page history, and instead uses a revision control
system such as Subversion or Git.
Ikiwiki implements all of the other standard features of a wiki, including web-based page editing, user registration and logins, a RecentChanges page, BackLinks, search, Discussion pages, tags, smart merging and conflict resolution, and page locking.
Ikiwiki also supports generating news feeds (RSS and Atom) and blogging. Ikiwiki provides a plugin system which allows many other features to be added. Some of the plugins have additional dependencies, found among the Recommends and Suggests of this package.
- Query Xmms (qxmms) is a small command line application that queries XMMS about what it is currently doing. It is useful for writing scripts that react to the status of XMMS.
- 'TCDR' is a dialog-based console frontend for mkisofs, cdrecord, cdrdao, mkzftree, cdparanoia, cdda2wav, bladeenc, lame, oggenc, ogg123, mpg123, and sox written in bash.
- Tmux allows users to run and control several terminals, each running different programs, from a single window. Detached sessions of tmux may continue working in the background, to be later re-attached at will.
- todo.py is a script modeled after Gina Trapani's todo.txt-cli project which manages your list of items that you wish to accomplish. It allows you to use contexts, projects, dates and priorities to organize and display your todos. It gives you the flexibility to define colors for certain priorities to make them stand out and allows you to specify a default action.
It is extensible through both bash and python add-ons.
- X Automation Tools
- X Automation Tools is a set of tools that can be used to control input to X Windows from the command line, using the XTest extension. It also has some basic graphic screen scraping tools to find buttons, text, etc. from an image like a screen grab. Together they allow scripts to find things on the screen and click or type input in order to automate tasks in X Windows.
- XMMS-Shell provides a simple command line interface for controlling XMMS. It adds a few important basic function slike volume control and the baility to easily manipulate a playlist. You can use either the readline-enhanced interactive mode or simply specify commands from the command line (useful for shell scripts or quick manipulation)
- 'xmmsctrl' is a small xmms control program, meant to bind keys in a window manager to control xmms in an efficient way. Commands can be customized with a shell script, e.g.: if xmmsctrl playing; then xmmsctrl pause; else xmmsctrl play; fi.
- yetris is a customizable Tetris(tm) clone for the console. It aims to follow modern implementations with lots of features and please both casual players and Tetris(tm) enthusiasts. It has full textual interface, with colors and many features, such as high score list, up to 6 next pieces, hold, combo and back-to-back sequences.
- Zenity lets you display Gtk+ dialog boxes from the command line and through shell scripts. It is similar to gdialog, but is intended to be saner. It comes from the same family as dialog, Xdialog, and cdialog, but it surpasses those projects by having a cooler name.
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