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Command Line Tools

As of 2015-06-27, this project may now be found at https://github.com/benleov/command_line_tools.

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Provides a portable, highly configurable, lightweight command line access to commonly used internet services (see features). Supports any operating system running Java, and can run in curses or a standard console mode.

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Features

  • SSH Command Set
  • Dictionary Command Set
  • SMTP Command Set
  • IMAP Command Set
  • Bing Search Command Set
  • Internet Time Command Set
  • Language Translation Command Set
  • Twitter Command Set
  • Weather Command Set
  • RSS Command Set
  • Wikipedia Command Set
  • NEW! Java Doc Command Set
  • Coming soon: Periodic execution of commands and notification!

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Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Command-line, Curses/Ncurses

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2010-02-10

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