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KeepItSimple: organize&integrate your tools in a non-/interactive menu

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Do you have dozens of tools with dozens of parameters? KISSmenu helps you to organize them, to integrate them and to run them interactively in a terminal based menu or automatically, e.g. starting it up as a cron job.

Development or tooling environment: shortcut based menu of commands, which can be used both interactively and non-interactively.

Middleware: simply integrates various software through environment variables.

Really simple! A 500 lines long bash script easy to maintain, fork or extend.

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  • easily maintainable command/input/output files in a folder structure
  • interactive and non-interactive mode
  • command queue for automated or cron job use
  • more KISSmenus can run in parallel
  • error, warning, and exit messages and return codes
  • option for detached execution
  • support for opening another KISSmenu in another gnome tab
  • a simple templating mechanism
  • colors

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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Developers, Testers, System Administrators

User Interface

Command-line, Console/Terminal, Non-interactive (Daemon)

Programming Language

Unix Shell


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