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Deliver Maildir is a tool that delivers messages from STDIN to a Maildir format mail directory with support for committing or rolling back the delivery. The commit/rollback instruction is accomplished by sending signals to the process. It also contains example code for using it from various scripting languages.
I'm very fond of this game too
I really like this game. And maybe, someday, I'll be tempted enough to rip into it to add a few features that I'll actually do it. :-) Mostly, I'd like to add fullscreen mode. But that will require learning lots more about SDL than I know now.
I've liked games of this nature ever since I saw the first primitive artillery game for the Apple II in integer basic, and I think this is the best one currently available Open Source one that largely works.