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Can you recommend a command line JavaScript interpreter?

I would like to try out an AES encryption facility: https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/crypto-js/3.1.2/rollups/aes.js But without using a browser, with a command line tool, if it exists at all. ...
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Command line download manager working with .dlc file

I am currently using JDownloader 2 in order to download from .dlc file (also called download container). But frankly JDL2 is quite bloated for me, I just need something to read and download from those ...
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Good (free or paid) command line based Antivirus for Linux

I am using ClamAV for some time now and it is quite okay. But I would like to give some other Antivirus Softwares/tools a try. I am looking for something that: is Command-line based i.e. GUI is ...
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Shell with undo and full cursor support

I spend a lot of time on OSX in Terminal running Bash on SSH. Most of the time it's fine, but when writing commands I miss several "standard" text editor features: undo typing (/redo) cut ...
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Is there a free LOCAL “translation blackbox”?

I'm trying to gain the ability to translate any given string in English, into a bunch of other major languages. Or vice versa. It is completely unacceptable for my data to ever leave my computer, so ...
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check if folder is completely copied

I have a number of folders that may contain duplicated content one of which will be the destination folder. I would like a commandline app to tell me which folders are safe to delete as there is a ...
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CLI tool for instantiating recurring activity templates

I'm looking for a command line tool that I can use for creating templates that I can instantiate, annotate, and view the instantiation's historical annotations. For example, every Sunday I do my ...
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Frequently installed macOS software that can be updated via the command line

What software / package managers are frequently installed on macOS that can be updated via the command line? The software / package managers can either be included with macOS, or it could be software ...
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Command line tool to auto generate doxygen skeleton headers

I am looking for a command line tool (Unix/Linux) that given a path to a file will find all classes/functions that are not yet documented and insert a header skeleton. For example: int myFunction(...
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CLI text editor for Linux that supports scrolling bar and stdin reading?

Is there a CLI text editor for Linux that supports a scroll bar useable with the mouse and that can read from stdin ? If not is there at least a simple GUI text editor that support stdin reading ? I ...
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How can I edit/share the same text file from my Linux laptop (code editor or command line) and my iPhone?

The only way to edit the same file on iPhone and (Linux) laptop that I can find is Google Drive. However, on laptop Google docs don't have code syntax colouring / highlighting. Also with Google docs ...
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Regex Desktop Tool for Offline Use (Cross Platform)

There are a plethora of SO questions a decade old describing cross platform desktop Regex tools. It seems the most popular options were: Kodos (no commits in the past decade, runs off deprecated Qt3) ...
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Is there a general, command-line “hyphenator” for plaintext documents/strings?

I'm trying to turn a plaintext string like this: This is a long example sentence. Okay, it wasn't too long, but here is another one. And also another one. into this: This is a long example sentence....
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Is there really no free, stand-alone, command-line voice application with HUMAN voices?

For years now, I've been struggling to find a program that I can call on the command line to speak a given text string as a human female. I have tried: eSpeak. It only has robotic voices. voice.exe. ...
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Is there such a thing as a general, command-line “hyphenator” for plaintext documents/strings?

I'm trying to turn a plaintext string like this: This is a long example sentence. Okay, it wasn't too long, but here is another one. And also another one. into this: This is a long example sentence....
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command line tool (or a library) to parse SDIF (SGML Document Interchange Format) or convert it to other format

I have a document in SDIF format (SGML Document Interchange Format, as described in ISO 9069:1988). I have to automatize getting some information from it and doing some changes in it. Is there any ...
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“MailMerge” for CSV + Markdown

I remember from my MS Office days the Mail merge feature: I had a table in an Excel sheet, a template in Word and Mail Merge created a Word document from each row in the Excel sheet. I now have ...
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Does it exist an open source software to create read only PDFs from Office 2007?

I'm currently working with MS Office 2007 and although this program has the capability to create pdf documents (because it exists such option). The provided security isn't enough to make those pdfs ...
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Tool to include SVG files into other SVG files

I have a bunch of SVG files that contain <image> tags which link to other SVG files. I'd like to replace these <image> tags with the contents of the files they are linked to. In other ...
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Showcasing C++ CLI tool on the web

I have some CLI tools that i want to showcase on the web. I was thinking about a console which has the executable loaded. Means you can do the same in your online console like in your OS console ...
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Command line project switcher

I've discovered fw and like the concept—it allows you to fairly easily switch between projects from the command line, and do all of the activation/etc. kind of work when doing so. I'm not a fan of the ...
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Command line tool to compile HTML files — for building static HTML sites

I'm looking for a command line tool that would watch a project directory and compile HTML files. Use-case description: Occasionally I'm building static HTML sites. But changing footer and header ...
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Free OCR command line application for Windows that can add invisible-text layer to PDF?

I have seen other similar posts, but none with these specific requests: OCR application that can be run from the command line Windows native application Accepts multipage PDF inputs Can create a PDF ...
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How to find where a song occurs in a video audio stream

I'm using Ubuntu 18.04, any software (FOSS or paid) is accepted. I have a song (mp3) and a video (mp4). I need to find out where the song starts and ends in the video (Eg. @ 0-60 seconds). Are ...
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Install C++ compiler on windows 7 (live/online) without running .exe file?

How can I install software online (using command prompt) on windows without running exe file (either through GUI or cmd)? For example to install a c++ compiler on windows 7!
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I would like to automate my morning workflow with a keyboard shorcut or by running a script

I would like to either run a script or press a keyboard shortcut to run a set of tasks each morning. For example, after running the script or activating the keyboard combination I would like the ...
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sudo alternative which supports PCRE

I am missing regular expressions (PCRE syntax) in the linux tool sudo. The solutions provided here do not satisfy me: https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/533951/wildcards-in-sudoers-rule Is ...
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Watch network requests or communication for processes

Some days ago I was wondering if it was possible to watch a certain process network communication, and I still haven't found that. I found Window's built-in Resource Monitor, and it actually does ...
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Looking for Tool to calculate oringal files from a diff3 merged-file

i have a question about merged files produced by diff3. Im currently working with a java service, that is using diff3 internally to calculate the differences between 3 files. As a result i receive a ...
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Simple Scheme REPL for studying SICP?

I would like a simple read-eval-print loop environment to write and read Scheme snippets while reading SICP. I have basically two constraints: Must be compliant with Scheme enough to allow running ...
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Photo reader with command line control

I am looking for opensource photo reader, which can be controlled by command line in windows (move backward/forward and specific photo). Something faster than Microsoft`s Photos.
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Python library to interactively read text file in a command line interface

I’m currently building a little command line interface game in Python (3.7). I would like for the player to be able to read a text file of arbitrary length with some comfort. The main interaction is ...
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Windows command-line EML + remote images to HTML converter

Is there a Windows command-line tool that will convert EML files, together with the remote images displayed inline, to a "complete" HTML file, i.e. an HTML file together with a support folder ...
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Which CLI lib to integrate in a C++ project

I got a socket program running on a equipment and need a CLI to running test's and enable debug messages. What is the best project of CLI for C++ running now those days? The system runs on Debian 7....
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Want to make work more efficient by using “hotstrings” for files and websites. Have tried AHK but would like a “terminal”

I use Windows 10 and I need to access a lot of local files, websites etc and need easy shortcuts for increased efficiency. I have tried Autohotkey but the amount of files i want to access makes it ...
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Replacement for pydoc showing only function signatures

I want to find alternative for pydoc (command line tool to generate documentation for python modules) which additionally allow optionally (with keyword argument) hide docstring (show only function and ...
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Get the content of Command Line property in c/c++ property page

I am developing a plugin, and I need to get the content of Command Line property. I want to know if there are some APIs that can get the content directly. Thank you very much! I don't want to build ...
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non interactive stream line free software editor better than ed

On Debian/Linux, I am seeking for a powerful non-interactive line free software editor à la GNU ed or GNU sed (so usable in shell scripts), but more powerful and slightly more user-friendly. In other ...
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Easy Speech to Text Software?

I would like to create an AI helper for my computer, kind of like Cortana. I have made attempts at this in the past, but those projects drifted away, and were replace by higher priorities, so I'm ...
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Comparing RTF files and returning the difference in an RFT format

I am looking for an STDIN/STDOUT supported program that can return the difference (preferably in RTF format) between two RTF files or strings, similar to how GitHub tracks changes between two text-...
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Tool to convert large Mozilla LZ4 files to plain text?

TL;DR: I am seeking for software to turn Mozilla's headacheful LZ4 garbage into usable plain text. There is already a scrounger for Mozilla LZ4, which even is supposed to work offline when saving the ...
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Lightweight command-line gapless audio player

I have a Raspberry Pi project where I'm using a JACK audio mixer to programmatically modulate sounds (using the newest Ubuntu 19.04 amd64 server image). I had assumed it would be easy to find an ...
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What software should I use to run a simple API request on Windows? [closed]

I want to run this API request on Win10: curl 'https://api.co2signal.com/v1/latest?countryCode=DK' -H 'auth-token: 2905e4afe4a7eb88' I tried to run in in Command Prompt, Git Bash, Postman, but I ...
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Tool or terminal with command output occurance indicator?

Firefox's Web console messages have (like many other browsers) an occurrence indicator. Did a similar feat ever get adopted or considered for terminal output on any platform? Would it be feasible to ...
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Looking for command line (debian if possible) tool doing screenshot of webpage

The topic is less easy than it looks. I need to be able to get png or jpg screenshot from some website on specific interval. So a simple cron job is OK, but I can't find a tool that really works. I ...
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Command-line JSON browser with TUI

Given a large-ish JSON, browse it interactively in terminal. $ output_long_json {"packages":[{"name":"ba... <fill up entire screen> It is already possible with repeated invocation of jq: $ ...
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Batch command console output [closed]

How do I write console output to a file? Not the output of the command but Windows execution of the commands. I could not use my tags: Console Output Log
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Is there any Interactive Testing Tool for a Command Line Application on both Windows (.bat) and Linux (.sh) System

I have a Command Line application which has both Windows (.bat) and Linux (.sh) version. Now I am looking for some testing tool to interactively test it on both OS. Mechanism of the application is ...
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Interactive frontend for the command-line that “linkifies” text

Does anyone know of an existing customisable frontend to command-line apps/scripts whose most basic function would work something like this executes commands like ps -aefH based on configurable ...
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Would like a good bash/sh debugger tool, in command line or a gui tool

I would like bash/sh debugger tool, in CLI or GUI that: shows variables in use. show line of the code in execution allow breakpoints For unix systems Some options I tried without success: /bin/bash ...

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