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Git for Windows v2.36.1

Package Tool Unix Port

Git is a version control system for tracking code changes in software development. Git for Windows allows users to work on existing Git projects and/or set up local repositories for their own projects.

Use cases: git client version control
Category:
Runs on:Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Writes settings to: %USERPROFILE%\.config
Stealth: ? No
Path portability: No
License: GNU GPLv2 FOSS
How to extract: Download the file prefixed with PortableGit. Launch the self-extracting EXE to a folder of your choice. Launch either git-bash.exe or git-cmd.exe.
What's new? See https://github.com/git-for-windows/git/releases/.

Wget 1.21.3

Package Tool Unix Port

Wget is a non-interactive utility for downloading files using the HTTPS, HTTP and FTP protocols. It can resume interrupted downloads, use file name wild cards, supports proxies and cookies, and convert absolute links in downloaded documents to relative links.

Wget is a popular tool with multiple ports/implementations for Windows.

Wget2 is being developed (see https://gitlab.com/gnuwget/wget2).

Older versions available at:
v1.16.1: ezwinports.
v1.11.4: GnuWin.
v1.11.4: Gow.
v1.8.2: UnxUtils.

Use cases: download files download via ftp
Category:
License: Freeware/Open Source FOSS
How to extract: See parent package(s) or port(s).
What's new? Latest upstream changelog at http://savannah.gnu.org/forum/forum.php?forum_id=9913.
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Midas on 2021-02-11 20:45

Upstream v1.21 released 2021-01-09 (changelog at http://savannah.gnu.org/forum/forum.php?forum_id=9913).

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Yori (Package) v1.70

Package

Yori is a collection of tools for Windows aimimg to replace the default (CMD) shell and many built-in and other commands.

It contains the following tools:

Assoc (yassoc): Display or edit file associations.
Cab (cab): Compresses files into CAB files or extracts files from CAB files.
Cal (ycal): Display a calendar.
CharMap (ycharmap): Displays a set of characters.
Clip (yclip): Manipulate clipboard state including copy and paste.
Clmp (clmp): Multi process compiler wrapper
Cls (ycls): Clears the console.
Co (yco): Displays file manager.
Compact (ycompact): Compress or decompress one or more files.
Copy (ycopy): Copies one or more files.
CpuInfo (ycpuinfo): Display cpu topology information.
Cshot (cshot): Captures previous output on the console and outputs to standard output.
Cut (ycut): Outputs a portion of an input buffer of text.
Cvtvt (cvtvt): Converts text with VT100 color escapes into another format.
Date (ydate): Outputs the system date and time in a specified format.
Df (ydf): Display disk free space.
Dir (ydir): Enumerate the contents of directories.
Du (ydu): Display disk space used within directories.
Echo (yecho): Outputs text.
Edit (yedit): Open a file for editing.
Env (yenv): Set environment state and execute a command.
Erase (yerase): Delete one or more files.
Err (yerr): Display error codes as strings.
Expr (yexpr): Evaluate simple arithmetic expressions.
FInfo (finfo): Output information about file metadata.
For (yfor): Enumerates through a list of strings or files.
FsCmp (fscmp): Test for file system conditions.
Get (yget): Fetches objects from HTTP and stores them in local files.
Grpcmp (grpcmp): Returns true if the user is a member of the specified group.
Hash (yhash): Hash a file.
Help (yhelp): Displays help for Yori.
HexDump (hexdump): Output the contents of one or more files in hex.
Hilite (hilite): Output the contents of one or more files with highlight on lines matching specified criteria.
Iconv (iconv): Convert the character encoding of one or more files.
IniTool (initool): Query or set values in INI files.
IntCmp (intcmp): Compare two integer values.
Kill (ykill): Terminate processes.
Lines (lines): Count the number of lines in one or more files.
Lsof (lsof): Determine which processes are keeping files open.
Mem (ymem): Display memory usage.
Mkdir (ymkdir): Creates directories.
Mklink (ymklink): Creates hardlinks, symbolic links, or junctions.
More (ymore): Output the contents of one or more files with paging and scrolling.
Mount (ymount): Mount or unmount an ISO disk.
Move (ymove): Moves or renames one or more files.
Nice (nice): Runs a child program at low priority.
OsVer (osver): Outputs the operating system version in a specified format.
Path (ypath): Converts relative paths into decomposable full paths.
Pause (ypause): Prompt the user to press any key before continuing.
ProcInfo (procinfo): Collects information about a running system process.
Ps (yps): Display process list.
ReadLine (readline): Inputs a line and sends it to output.
Repl (repl): Output the contents of one or more files with specified text replaced with alternate text.
Rmdir (yrmdir): Removes directories.
Scut (scut): Create, modify, display or execute Window shortcuts.
sdir (sdir): Colorful, sorted and optionally rich directory enumeration for Windows.
SetVer (setver): Runs a child program with an explicit Windows version.
Shutdown (yshutdn): Shutdown the system.
Sleep (sleep): Waits for a specified amount of time.
Split (ysplit): Split a file into pieces.
Sponge (ysponge): Read input into memory and output once all input is read, allowing the output to modify the source stream.
Start (ystart): Ask the shell to open a file.
StrCmp (strcmp): Compare two strings.
Stride (ystride): Output periodic contents of one or more files.
Sync (sync): Flush files, directories or volumes to disk.
Tail (tail): Output the final lines of one or more files.
Tee (tee): Output the contents of standard input to standard output and a file.
TimeThis (timethis): Runs a child program and times its execution.
Title (ytitle): Get or set the console window title.
Touch (touch): Create files or update timestamps.
Type (ytype): Output the contents of one or more files.
VhdTool (vhdtool): Manage VHD files.
Vol (yvol): Outputs storage volume information in a specified format.
Which (which): Searches a semicolon delimited environment variable for a file. When searching PATH, also applies PATHEXT executable extension matching.
WinInfo (wininfo): Return information about a window.
WinPos (winpos): Move or size application windows.
YDbg (ydbg): Debugs processes.
Yori (yori): Start a Yori shell instance; a CMD replacement shell.
Yui (yui): Display lightweight graphical UI.

Category:
Runs on:WinNT / Win2K / WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Unicode support: Yes
License: MIT License FOSS
How to extract: Either run the installer or:

Download the CAB files and extract them into one folder (for 32-bit version, replace "amd64" with "win32"):
http://www.malsmith.net/download/?obj=yori/latest-stable/yori-core-amd64.cab
http://www.malsmith.net/download/?obj=yori/latest-stable/yori-typical-amd64.cab
http://www.malsmith.net/download/?obj=yori/latest-stable/yori-extra-amd64.cab
What's new? See:
http://malsmith.net/yori/changelog/

MS-DOS Player v30

Package Tool

A MS-DOS emulator for Win32-x64 systems. 16bit MS-DOS compatible commands can be executed on a Win32-x64 environment.
This emulator inherits the environment variables from the host Windows, and a target command can access the host's file path directly.
Execute 16bit MS-DOS compatible commands on a 64bit Windows system without the need to copy any files to/from a virtual machine (VMware, Virtual PC, XP mode, or others).

  • This emulator DOES NOT support Win16 execution files.
  • This emulator DOES NOT support graphic/sound hardwares and DOES NOT aim to support game softwares. Use DOSBox for this purpose.

Category:
Runs on:Win7 / Win8 / Win10
License: GPL FOSS
Similar/alternative apps: DOSBox

PDFtk Server 2.02

Package Tool Discontinued

PDFtk is a command-line tool for working with PDFs. It is commonly used for client-side scripting or server-side processing of PDFs. It does not require Adobe Acrobat or Reader, and it runs on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

Category:
Runs on:WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Dependencies: libiconv2.dll
License: GPL FOSS
How to extract: Uniextract the Installer, copy these two files:

{app}\bin\pdftk.exe
{app}\bin\libiconv2.dll
Similar/alternative apps: QPDF