jc JSONifies the output of many CLI tools and file-types for easier parsing in scripts. This allows further command-line processing of output with tools like jq or jello by piping commands. The jc parsers can also be used as python modules.
A selection of adapters that let you plug Compact Flash cards into SCSI buses.
flynt is a command line tool to automatically convert a project's Python code from old "%-formatted" and .format(...) strings into Python 3.6+'s "f-strings".
pText is a pure python library to read, write and manipulate PDF documents. It represents a PDF document as a JSON-like datastructure of nested lists, dictionaries and primitives. Extract and edit metadata, extract and edit text and images, add annotations.
Seems like it would be useful for a large-scale indexing effort.
A site that converts UNIX style time_t timestamps into human readable time/date stamps.
A website that takes arbitrary videos (as URLs) and lets you interactively make animated gifs from them.
A CLI tool to convert CSV / Excel / HTML / JSON / Jupyter Notebook / LDJSON / LTSV / Markdown / SQLite / SSV / TSV / Google-Sheets to a SQLite database file. Can also pull data from supplied URLs.
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Convert CSV files into a SQLite database. Designed for use with Datasette. Requires Python 3.
Online app that converts file sizes into other units (i.e., megabytes into bytes, kilobytes into gigabytes).
Enter an IP address, get a four little words-compatible hostname. Does the reverse, also.
A website that takes arbitrary images that you upload or from a website and turns them into ASCII art.
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