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Extreme programming is lacking a good tool. Its difficult to keep an overview when your not sitting at the keyboard. When hitting pageup/down the observer quickly looses his bearings. What is needed is animation, scrolling, folding and refactoring.
Diakonos is a customizable, usable console-based text editor. Scripting, bookmarking, regexp searching, parsed indentation, macros, a multi-element clipboard, multi-level undo, a customizable status line, keybindings, syntax highlighting.
A FOSS operating system that aims to meet NSA's TPEP TCB A1 evaluation standard while retaining application compatibility at minimal performance overhead.
MyBitch is a Yahoo(tm) Chat program for Linux that is written using the Ruby Object Oriented Programming language. It uses the Curses libraries and has numerous features like (almost) unlimited length ignore lists (limited by ruby's internal structure
nhtsclient is a ncurses-based client for the realtime multiplayer trading game Holsham Traders1 weekly downloads
NetHack-de is a translation of NetHack into German.2 weekly downloads
Rinle is a tree-based editor written in Ruby that directly builds a program tree instead of using the commonly found line-based approach for developing software. This enables fast and powerful manipulation of code without finger breaking shortcuts.
Mecha battles roguelike written in Ruby8 weekly downloads
VMWrapper is a NCurses-based wrapper on top of vmware-cmd. It works with VMWare ESX/ESXi and is written in Ruby. It is meant to allow graphical (console) management of VMWare virtual machines on UNIX hosts.
TRASH is a secure and trusted file sharing protocol/platform inspired by the seemingly-dead WASTE project. Truthfully, we got sick of using WINE to run the Windows client because the Linux and MacOS clients were something to be desired.
A pluggable jukebox, in which the components talk XMLRPC to one another. This lets you have multiple UIs, multiple player types, multiple queueing systems. The ultimate conclusion would be a build your own jukebox kit. Includes a back end that Gronk! can