A Git Porcelain inside Emacs.
Magit is a complete text-based user interface to Git. It fills the glaring gap between the Git command-line interface and various GUIs, letting you perform trivial as well as elaborate version control tasks with just a couple of mnemonic key presses. Magit looks like a prettified version of what you get after running a few Git commands but in Magit every bit of visible information is also actionable to an extent that goes far beyond what any Git GUI provides and it takes care of automatically refreshing this output when it becomes outdated. In the background Magit just runs Git commands and if you wish you can see what exactly is being run, making it possible for you to learn the git command-line by using Magit.
xxh share the local shell configuration with the remote SSH server. It
aims to bring the user shell through ssh without root access and system
hledger is fast, reliable, free, multicurrency double-entry accounting software that runs on unix, mac, windows, and the web. With it you can track money, investments, cryptocurrencies, time, or any other quantifiable commodity; with a future-proof plain text file format, version control for your changes, and without needing any cloud service or vendor.
musikcube is a fully functional terminal-based music player, library, and streaming audio server that runs natively on Windows, macOS, and Linux. it also runs well on a Raspberry Pi with a custom DAC (e.g. IQaudIO DAC+, HiFiBerry DAC+ and others), and can output 24bit/192k audio comfortably.
Terminal Music and Podcast Player written in Rust
Listen to music and podcasts freely as both in freedom and free of charge!
A command-line benchmarking tool.
Like jq, but for HTML. Uses CSS selectors to extract bits of content from HTML files.
Your CLI home video recorder 📼.
Write terminal GIFs as code for integration testing and demoing your CLI tools.
themer takes a set of colors and generates themes for your development environment (editors, terminals, wallpapers, and more).
WTF is the personal information dashboard for your terminal.
Use WTF to monitor systems, services, and important information.
Oversee your services with Airbrake. Keep an eye on your OpsGenie schedules, Google Calendar, Git and GitHub repositories. Track your deployments via New Relic.
A post-modern text editor.
A Kakoune / Neovim inspired editor, written in Rust.
The editing model is very heavily based on Kakoune; during development I found myself agreeing with most of Kakoune's design decisions.
A terminal workspace with batteries included.
Zellij is a workspace aimed at developers, ops-oriented people and anyone who loves the terminal. At its core, it is a terminal multiplexer (similar to tmux and GNU Screen), but this is merely its infrastructure layer.
Zellij @ GitHub.
A new type of shell.
ttyd is a simple command-line tool for sharing terminal over the web.
Easily manage Linux Chroot(s) and Containers with Atoms.
Atoms was created to solve the lack of a GUI to create, manage and use chroot environments. Although there is support for Distrobox, Atoms does not aim to offer a fine integration with Podman as its purpose is only to allow the user to open a shell in a new environment, be it chroot or container.