doggo is a modern command-line DNS client (like dig) written in Golang. It outputs information in a neat concise manner and supports protocols like DoH, DoT and DNSCrypt as well. It's totally inspired from dog which is written in Rust. I wanted to add some features to it but since I don't know Rust, I found it as a nice opportunity to experiment with writing a DNS Client from scratch. Human-readable output, optional JSON output. Multiple transport protocols. Supports multiple resolvers at once, IPv4 and IPv6 simultaneously.
In the AUR.
A carefully curated list of CSV-related tools and resources
CSV remains the most futuristic data format from the distant past.
XML has risen and fallen. JSON is just a flash in the pan. YAML is a poisoned chalice. CSV will outlast them all.
When the final cockroach breathes her last breath, her dying act will be to scratch her date of death in a CSV file for posterity.
XMPP Bot to provide version/uptime/contact information for federated XMPP servers. !commands. Uses documented XEPs for its functionality, so make sure they're enabled on the server side. MUC enabled. "Federated" is the key here - the has to be able to contact other servers on the XMPP network.
Written using Python3.
Forked the repo: https://github.com/virtadpt/xmpp-chatbot
Command line utility which lets you run SQL queries against CSV and TSV files.
jq is a command line JSON parser that implements JSONpath syntax for slicing, dicing, and querying arbitrary JSON documents. Perfect for when your favorite online JSONpath expression tester can't handle that two gigabyte JSON dump somebody just gave you to parse...
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