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QuickLinks vom 17. Dezember bis zum 13. Februar

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Meine vom 17. Dezember bis zum 13. Februar:

  • origami-pdf - Origami is a Ruby framework designed to parse, analyze, and forge PDF documents. This is NOT a PDF rendering library. It aims at providing a scripting tool to generate and analyze malicious PDF files. As well, it can be used to create on-the-fly customized PDFs, or to inject (evil) code into already existing documents.
  • Academic Markdown - is a Python module for generating .md, .html, .pdf, .docx, and .odt files from Markdown source. Pandoc is used for most of the heavy lifting. However, Academic Markdown offers some additional functionality that is useful for writing scientific documents, such as integration with Zotero references, and a number of useful Academic Markdown extensions. Who knew writing could be so nerdy?
  • Tmux Plugin Manager - (TPM for short) is - as its name more than suggests - a way to handle plugins to tmux. Both the plugin manager and the plugins it manages are pretty much just shell scripts - you get nothing here, that you could not have written yourself. However you get both the conveinience of a simple plugin manager, and the flexibility to easily extend its functionality.
  • Kanboard - is a simple and open source visual task board web application.
  • Pipe Viewer - is a terminal-based tool for monitoring the progress of data through a pipeline. It can be inserted into any normal pipeline between two processes to give a visual indication of how quickly data is passing through, how long it has taken, how near to completion it is, and an estimate of how long it will be until completion.
  • Yosemite San Francisco Font - Replace Helvetica Neue on your 10.10 Yosemite Mac with San Francisco – the Watch font.
  • icdiff - Your terminal can display color, but most diff tools don’t make good use of it. By highlighting changes, icdiff can show you the differences between similar files without getting in the way. This is especially helpful for identifying and understanding small changes within existing lines.
  • ddate - Perpetual Date Converter From Gregorian To POEE (Paratheo-Anametamystikhood Of Eris Esoteric) Calendar. Sacred Document Of The Frogs (old Erisian poem): 73 Days hath Chaos, Discord, Confusion, Bureaucracy, and Aftermath
  • git-extras - A very handy collection of git utilities – repo summary, repl, changelog population, author commit percentages and many, many more…
  • ZFS-TimeMachine - enables TimeMachine style backups for ZFS users. ZFS-Timemachine creates incremental backups of zfs datasets on one host to datasets on another host. This is done via sending snapshots, deleting old ones in time machine style. It works with FreeBSD and Macs (with TensCompliments ZFS implementation), but should work with other ZFS implementations as well.