A collection of ruby scripts for those who live in the command line

Ruby Scripts A collection of ruby scripts for those who live in the command line. Network Tools / Stock Finder / File Encryptor / Currency Converter / Weather / Movie Search
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Last update: May 16, 2022

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apexatoll A command-line interface for downloading and playing cryptic crosswords from within the terminal.
 

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thisredone rb With 9 lines of Ruby replace most of the command line tools that you use to process text inside of the terminal. Here's the code #!/usr/bin/env ruby File.join(Dir.home, '.rbrc').tap { |f| load f if File.exists?(f) } def e