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Cygwin is a Linux-like environment for Windows. It consists of an emulation DLL providing Linux API functionality, and ports of thousands of Linux tools to Windows.
Urwid is a console user interface library for Python. Urwid is released under the GNU Lesser General Public License and it includes many features useful for text console application developers.
Soiled is a TELNET client and terminal emulator (VT100, VT102, xterm etc). The code repository also contains a server designed to test mud clients (TELNET clients in line-by-line mode with extra features) and various mud related protocols. Soiled is implemented in haXe and it can be run in flash ... [More]
Fast mini application that opens a Terminal.app window cd'd to the front most finder window. This app is designed (including it's icon) to placed in the finder window's toolbar.
MacTerm is a complete terminal emulator for Mac OS X, for use with local or remote applications. Also available for Classic Mac OS as a remote-only shell (MacTelnet).
color.py Cross-platform color terminal text. Uses ANSI if not on Windows, otherwise uses magic Windowsfu. Methods: color.set(color, bright=False, bgcolor=None) color.reset() color.print_c(color, ... , bright=False, bgcolor=None) Constants: color.colors (a set of all colors) color.white ... [More]
I have heavy customization to my home directory, specifically with dot files. It would be nice to centralize these in a manner that anyone can pull and use them.
Qodem is a a terminal emulator that resembles the BBS-era Qmodem. Includes phonebook, scrollback, capture, X/Y/Zmodem, Kermit, ANSI (+ music) / Avatar / VT102 / Linux emulation, Unicode, and keyboard macros. Connects over serial, ssh, telnet, rlogin.
Wyse 60 compatible terminal emulatorWhile there are plenty of different terminal emulator programs available, the majority of them only provide support for VT100 or ANSI style escape codes. This is not a problem if your applications understand about the $TERM environment variable, but there are many ... [More]