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QuickLinks vom 28. Dezember bis zum 15. Januar

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Meine pinboard.in-Links vom 28. Dezember bis zum 15. Januar:

  • Bip - is an IRC proxy, which means it keeps connected to your preferred IRC servers, can store the logs for you, and even send them back to your IRC client(s) upon connection.
  • KNC - is Kerberised NetCat. It works in basically the same way as either netcat or stunnel except that it is Kerberised. You can use it to construct client/server applications while keeping the Kerberos libraries out of your programs address space quickly and easily.
  • glark - A replacement for (or supplement to) the grep family, glark offers: Perl compatible regular expressions, highlighting of matches, context around matches, complex expressions, and automatic exclusion of non-text files.
  • runiq - functions in a manner quite similar to GNU uniq, but runiq allows you to specify keys based on regular expressions in stead of field or the first N characters.
  • TrID - is an utility designed to identify file types from their binary signatures. While there are similar utilities with hard coded logic, TrID has no fixed rules. Instead, it's extensible and can be trained to recognize new formats in a fast and automatic way.
  • DropIt - A tiny, flexible, hard-working tool to automate sorting and filing data-files and folders.
  • droopy - is a mini Web server whose sole purpose is to let others upload files to your computer.
  • Markdown QuickTags - is a plugin for WordPress which replaces the HTML editor with a Markdown-enabled set of buttons and features.
  • DIY Star Wars Snowflakes - Paper-snowflakes going Star Wars
  • Melo - Very cool looking last.fm client for Mac OS X