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2010

Platypus | Sveinbjorn Thordarson's Website

by nhoizey & 1 other
"Platypus is a developer tool for the Mac OS X operating system. It can be used to create native, flawlessly integrated Mac OS X applications from interpreted scripts such as shell scripts or Perl, Python and PHP programs."

2009

2008

Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide

by nhoizey & 1 other
An in-depth exploration of the art of shell scripting

2007

Guide avancé d'écriture des scripts Bash

by parmentierf & 12 others
Une exploration en profondeur de l'art de la programmation shell

2006

Grash Shell

by pingus
A JVM shell implementation that incorporate some usefull possibilities of groovy language.

Curiosity is bliss: Javascript Shell bookmarklet for IE

by parmentierf (via)
Here is an updated version which brings some love to IE developers: Javascript Shell for IE bookmarklet.

Cheat Sheets

by camel & 7 others
cheat sheets (also known as reference cards) that you can print out and keep by your computer. There is a cheat sheet for just about anything and we aim to have the best coverage of cheat sheets available on the web.

Cheat Sheets

by parmentierf & 7 others (via)
cheat sheets (also known as reference cards) that you can print out and keep by your computer. There is a cheat sheet for just about anything and we aim to have the best coverage of cheat sheets available on the web.

IPython - An enhanced Interactive Python

by parmentierf & 4 others (via)
IPython is a free software project (released under the BSD license) which tries to: 1. Provide an interactive shell superior to Python's default. IPython has many features for object introspection, system shell access, and its own special command system for adding functionality when working interactively. It tries to be a very efficient environment both for Python code development and for exploration of problems using Python objects (in situations like data analysis). 2. Serve as an embeddable, ready to use interpreter for your own programs. IPython can be started with a single call from inside another program, providing access to the current namespace. This can be very useful both for debugging purposes and for situations where a blend of batch-processing and interactive exploration are needed. 3. Offer a flexible framework which can be used as the base environment for other systems with Python as the underlying language. Specifically scientific environments like Mathematica, IDL and Mathcad inspired its design, but similar ideas can be useful in many fields. 4. Allow interactive testing of threaded graphical toolkits. IPython has support for interactive, non-blocking control of GTK, Qt and WX applications via special threading flags. The normal Python shell can only do this for Tkinter applications.

2005

JS/UIX - Terminal

by parmentierf & 7 others
JS/UIX is an UN*X-like OS for standard web-browsers, written entirely in JavaScript (no plug-ins used). It comprises a vir- tual machine, shell, virtual file-system, process-management, and brings its own terminal with screen- and keyboard-mapping. For an overview of implemented commands have a look at the complete > JS/UIX-Manual-Pages; see also the > Version-History. The keyboard accepts the US-ASCII character set. As key-mapping depends from your browser, you may have to use the cursor and backspace buttons at the lower right of the terminal. A complete keyboard can be accessed at the lower left. Compatibility: Netscape 4+, MS IE 4+ and DOM-aware browsers.

2004

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