A few examples that I think are interesting (in no particular order):
vipe: lets you edit text manually within a pipeline (uses $EDITOR)
sponge: “soaks up” input from stdin and writes it to a file or stdout only after the input stops
pee: splits output between pipes
vidir: lets you use an editor to edit directories (uses $EDITOR)
zrun: automatically uncompresses files passed to a command
January 8, 2021, 8:02am
The one I use from this is
vidir (and occasionally
sponge). I’m quite annoyed that
vidir separates the number identifiers with the filename using tab. Anyone know of an alternative that does not use tab?
January 8, 2021, 5:22pm
An alternative program:
GitHub - alexherbo2/batch: A command-line program for batch processing
I really like how batch works.
However I don’t like that it requires crystal and needs to be compiled for such simple functionality.
I’m writing a remake in plain bash script, I’ll update this comment when it’s done.
Edit: It’s done
dotfiles/batch at master · JJK96/dotfiles · GitHub
I didn’t check myself, but it’s worth to check out this one: