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What's new in htop 3

Everyone’s (or at least my) favorite system monitoring tool is still alive and kickin’ with a big 3.0 release. In addition to a new display option to show CPU frequency in CPU meters, optional vim key mapping mode, and many other goodies, the big news is this:

New maintainers - after a prolonged period of inactivity from Hisham, the creator and original maintainer, a team of community maintainers have volunteered to take over a fork at htop.dev and github.com/htop-dev to keep the project going.

Open source FTW!

More good news: Hisham has agreed to join us on Maintainer Spotlight!

Terminal github.com

A futuristic terminal emulator inspired by TRON Legacy

the eDEX-UI project was originally meant to be DEX-UI with less « art » and more « distributable software »”. While keeping a futuristic look and feel, it strives to maintain a certain level of functionality and to be usable in real-life scenarios, with the larger goal of bringing science-fiction UXs to the mainstream.

It might or might not be a joke taken too seriously.

Confession: I’ve shared this before. Sorry not sorry. It’s too cool!

A futuristic terminal emulator inspired by TRON Legacy

Jeffrey Paul sneak.berlin

Stupid unix tricks

Jeffrey Paul shares a ⛴ load of goodies. I particularly like this idea:

I have a Makefile in my home directory… that I use to store common tasks related to my local machine… The one I use most often, though, is make clean, which takes everything in ~/Desktop and moves it into ~/Documents/$YYYYMM (creating the month directory in the process if it doesn’t exist), and also empties trashes.

Reader beware: 4154 words, approximately a 23 minute read

Piotr Murach github.com

tty-logger – readable, structured, beautiful logging in the terminal

A Ruby gem that significantly improves the situation with terminal logging as part of TTY Toolkit. It allows streaming of log data to any IO device (socket, file, etc…) with a highly customizable and pretty output to make key information stand out. You can limit the depth of the displayed data and specify the maximum size in bytes.

tty-logger – readable, structured, beautiful logging in the terminal
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