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QuickLinks vom 07. November bis zum 24. November

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Meine pinboard.in-Links vom 07. November bis zum 24. November:

  • ranger - is a free console file manager that gives you greater flexibility and a good overview of your files without having to leave your *nix console. It visualizes the directory tree in two dimensions: the directory hierarchy on one, lists of files on the other, with a preview to the right so you know where you’ll be going.
  • oclHashcat-plus - Worlds fastest md5crypt, phpass, mscash2 and WPA / WPA2 cracker and worlds first and only GPGPU based rule engine
  • Sup - is a console-based email client for people with a lot of email. It supports tagging, very fast full-text search, automatic contact- list management, custom code insertion via a hook system, and more. If you’re the type of person who treats email as an extension of your long-term memory, Sup is for you.
  • SLCT - is a tool that was designed to find clusters in logfile(s), so that each cluster corresponds to a certain line pattern that occurs frequently enough.
  • Layouts - is an applescript and an alfred extension to easily move and resize application windows.
  • nmh - consists of a collection of fairly simple single-purpose programs to send, receive, save, retrieve, and manipulate e-mail messages. Since nmh is a suite rather than a single monolithic program, you may freely intersperse nmh commands with other commands at your shell prompt, or write custom scripts which use these commands in flexible ways.
  • xnomad - A tiling window manager for OS X; written in tranquil.
  • Spectacle - Using Spectacle you can view multiple documents side-by-side, move windows to other displays, or even focus your full attention to a single task.
  • Shortcat - is a keyboard tool for Mac OS X that lets you “click” buttons and control your apps with a few keystrokes. Think of it as Spotlight for the user interface.
  • wkpdf - is a command line tool for rendering HTML to PDF using WebKit and RubyCocoa on Mac OS X.

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