Doesn't lock display and runs nicely in background now...
Comment about bladeenc locking the display is only valid for very old versions of BladeEnc. BladeEnc now runs nicely in the background as well if you use the -quiet switch or change the progress indicator (-progress=[1-8]) and redirect output to a file in order to supress terminal output.
hey, you arent sposed to advertize on boards like that, are you? anyways tell us how it is better.
BladeWrapper added to the appindex
BladeWrapper is now available from my page at helllabs.org/~claudio (helllabs.org/~claudio/). It has also been added to the appindex to allow easy update of the URL should it be necessary.
Download link is wrong...
It points to older 0.72 version. There are new 0.76 on
the same directory though.
Running bladeenc in background
I don't know if it happens only with me but I haven't seen anyone complaining about problems with SIGTTIN/SIGTTOU running bladeenc. Anyway, I don't like to leave a display locked for days while encoding a large batch of files in a slow machine so I wrote a very simple wrapper to allow me to run it in background. It is available at www.linuxbox.com/~clau... (www.linuxbox.com/~clau...).
A Web-based multi-terminal and SSH management tool.
A MarkDown editor with live HTML previews.