codemiscs is a collection of exciting, creative, amusing, and innovative commands. It is intended to be fun and useful. It includes a command wrapper (cmd), project generator (mkproject), human language translator (tw), feed reader (rf), images wizard (imgs), colorizer (colorize), slowed down echoer (typewriter), and shell show (show).
|Tags||shell Utilities Programming Development Educational creative Entertaining|
|Implementation||bash coreutils sed gawk linux-utils curl wget libxml2 lynx Aspell hunspell mythes espeak imagemagick fortune figlet cowsay boxes tput|
Release Notes: This release introduced two new commands, tonize and status, and improved colorize and tw. Colorize matches patterns and lines, and tw adapts to engines changes more easily. The Web site was improved with richer content, making usage of templates and metatagging. Documentation was improved through automated generation of documentation and wiki.
Release Notes: The cmd (core), typewrite, and colorize commands were improved. Documentation was improved with more rich content with media. Distribution was improved with more automated generation of binary packages. typewrite can now scroll and pass through non-printable characters, and colorize understands more keywords.
Release Notes: The cmd (core), tw, and show commands were improved. The Web site was improved with automatic syndication and meta distribution. Demonstrations were added and documentation was improved. Code parchments were added. Smart meta distribution technology was introduced.
Release Notes: Improved commands: cmd, colorize, typewrite, and show. Better design: the colorize improvements benefit the look of all commands; typewrite with sound and speed modes is a pleasure; and show is richer and smarter. Better documentation: with an entertaining demo, real use cases examples, and code parchments. Better motivation: previous efforts consolidate giving faster, straightforward, easy results.
Release Notes: Independent Projects Merger: command, make project, read feed, translate word, and images. New commands: typewriter and colorize. Better documentation: good writing once and automatic syndication everywhere consistency (--help, --man, manuals, and homepage). A better Web site through documentation automatic syndication. Better distribution: checks for every dependent command in use; minimized overhead for new command additions.