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gunnarmorling This project is a command-line client for Kafka Connect. Relying on the idioms and semantics of kubectl, it allows you to register and examine connectors, delete them, restart them, etc.
 
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jmfayard A starter project to build command-line tools in Kotlin Multiplatform
 
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ssdong 100% Scala-powered Git Commands Visualizer
 
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jbangdev Unleash the power of Java
 
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akuleshov7 GitHub - is an outstanding platform that provides all kinds of insights about the project. But sometimes you need to get extra statistics that cannot be found on github directly. GitHub API provides all needed information to get a
 
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sschlib .Sschlib is a pure Java implementation of SSH2. Sschlib is a fork of JSch from JCraft.
 
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theapache64 Boil is a CLI companion to add boilerplate codes to your Gradle project
 
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reibitto Command Center is used to launch applications, find files, control music playback, search the web, run one-off CLI commands, and anything else you can imagine.
 
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yegor256 Jacli is command-line-focused package manager, very similar to Npm, Rubygems, Pip, Homebrew, but for Java. Say, you have a JAR, which is supposed to be run like this:
 
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jline JLine JLine is a Java library for handling console input. It is similar in functionality to BSD editline and GNU readline but with additional features that bring it in par with ZSH line editor. People familiar with
 
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Mojang Brigadier Brigadier is a command parser & dispatcher, designed and developed for Minecraft: Java Edition and now freely available for use elsewhere under the MIT license. Installation Brigadie
 
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airlift Airline Airline is a Java annotation-based framework for parsing Git like command line structures. Latest release is 0.8, available from Maven Central. <dependency> <groupId>io.airlift</groupId&gt
 
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cbeust JCommander This is an annotation based parameter parsing framework for Java 8. Here is a quick example: public class JCommanderTest { @Parameter public List<String> parameters = Lists.newArrayList();