Introduction Sudoscriptd/sudoshell are a pair of Perl scripts that provide an audited shell using sudo(8) and script(1).
A cross-platform Operating System object model, including a cross-platform object-oriented text-only shell specification and other applications based on this object model. This also may include a lightweight Operating System based on the same model.
PearDisk is a command interpreter for MS-DOS compatible systems written mainly in BASIC. The concept came from Apple's ProDOS (Apple IIc) however it has changed over the time that I have independently developed it. I have decided to release it here if
MOVED TO: http://gnp.github.com/psh/
PLEASE NOTE: PLEASE NOTE: Development of Perl Shell has moved to GitHub: http://gnp.github.com/psh/ See you on the other side of the jump...
A bash-like console written in C#. More then CygWin, it allows full expansion via .NET Reflections and DLL. It will fully work on .NETFramework 2.0 and superior; mono porting will be considered when RFC (Really Feasible Console) will be terminated. Main
Zoidberg (a.k.a. zoid) provides a modular Perl shell written, configured, and operated entirely in Perl. It aspires to be a fully operational login shell with all the features one normally expects. !! RELEASES NO LONGER THROUGH SF !!
gh0st shell is a shell replacement for Microsoft Windows. It is patterned after Mircrosoft's explorer.exe, but has many extended capbilities, including being completely skinnable.
pl is a minimal Perl shell, providing continuations of unterminated quotations, autoloading of functions, and the option to convert line-based data to arrays on-the-fly. Unlike psh, pl does not provide sh-like constructs; all commands are valid Perl.
RABL - Repeatable shell environment. Shell script providing various repeatable functionality as a library of reusable functions. Automates option parsing, usage messages, prompting, and various other utility functions. Currently targets GNU bash.
Retrostep is a GUI enhancement for Windows. Litestep 0.24.6 compatible. Visit http://retrostep.sourceforge.net for more information!
shebang-wrapper... workaround sillyness with #!<p> the #! mechanism has some wierdness and shortcomings which this wrapper works around... like that you can only pass a single argument to the interpreter, and that it ignores the PATH variable.