#Okular is not bad but I would like to find something more lightweight. Also, I have to click more to get to the highlight tool whenever I need it.
OTOH, in #qpdfview I am stuck with rectangular selection (I'd like text selection instead).
Long story short, this utility allows you to use your editor in a pipeline (e.g., fetch -o - https://man.freebsd.org/beinstall.sh | vipe.sh | nc termbin.com 9999).
Let me know if there is something you would improve.
@xanderio, let's add a .desktop file for #hikari so that it could be started from a display manager (e.g., https://svnweb.freebsd.org/ports/head/x11-wm/dwm/files/dwm.desktop.in?revision=502192&view=markup)
The #CFR #Java #decompiler is now available in #FreeBSD ports: https://svnweb.freebsd.org/ports?view=revision&revision=499169
If you are using a #lasercutter with a #K40 controller inside then you might want to check out #K40Whisperer, which is an alternative to the the Laser Draw (#LaserDRW) program that comes with the cheap Chinese #laser #cutters. K40 Whisperer reads SVG and DXF files, interprets the data and sends commands to the K40 controller to move the laser head and control the laser accordingly.
NB: a #FreeBSD port is awaiting approval: https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=228466
What is genact, you ask?
Pretend to be busy or waiting for your computer when you should actually be doing real work! Impress people with your insane multitasking skills. Just open a few instances of genact and watch the show. genact has multiple scenes that pretend to be doing something exciting or useful when in reality nothing is happening at all.
Smash shells and OSes against each other and scrape the outcome off the wall once you're done or keep on flipping PowerPC bits for 4 nights straight on #FreeBSD
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