Fri, Jun 6

A shell script that makes it easy to use Objective-C files for shell script-like tasks – Ilja Iwas

Thu, Jun 5

The “Friendly” Python Imaging Library adds image processing capabilities to your Python interpreter – Pillow

Wed, Jun 4

…easily run many of the system level Unix shell scripts that perform maintenance routines as well as clearing many of the cache files used by OS X – @yasuapp

Tue, Jun 3

A lightweight plain-text editor for OS X – CotEditor Project

Mon, Jun 2

Swift is a new programming language for creating iOS and OS X apps. Swift builds on the best of C and Objective-C, without the constraints of C compatibility – Apple WWDC 2014

WWDC keynote presentation is about to begin. Watch the event live.

Beautiful Soup is a Python library designed for quick turnaround projects like screen-scraping – @leonardr

Mon, Dec 9

Although the up/down arrow are nice to move through commands in a Bash shell, searching takes the command history to a whole new level.

To start a search within Bash, enter Control-R, the prompt will then change to look as follows:

(reverse-i-search)`':

As you type, matches will be shown, with the cursor directly on the character where the match occurs.

- Hit enter to run the command as is
- Hit Command-R to find more matches
- Type (or delete) characters to refine search
- Type left or right arrow key to edit command (before running)

Wed, Dec 4

Guido van Rossum, creator of Python talks about the addition of synchronous I/O to the Python standard library:

Tulip is included in Python 3.4