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editor - lite version of line-oriented text editor
$ curl https://github.com/hulkiedo17/editor/commit/4c1683e.patch | git am
code is here.
Since it sounded like fun I ported it to plain C: patch. Just had to implement getline(3), getopt(3), and strdup(3). It even works on Windows and compiles with Visual Studio. While I was at it, I fuzz tested it and found no problems, so it looks quite solid. The only thing that kept tripping me up was that I couldn't use shorthand for the commands, like r for read or q for quit.
What are some alternatives?
dwm - Personal built of Dynamic Window Manager from suckless.org
cproc - C11 compiler (mirror)
GLFW - A multi-platform library for OpenGL, OpenGL ES, Vulkan, window and input
navtag - Path shortcut manager CLI for Unix-like systems
scp-streams - An SCP protocol implementation
C-Path-Tracer - Path Tracer written in C. Made mostly for fun.
Skogsnet - Arduino -> Serial bus -> Unix -> (main) Measuements read from the Serial bus and displayed real time. With Raylib as Visualization for the data.
shellmate - Write type-safe shell scripts in Haskell
date-cache - A fast logging system for Haskell
Win32 - Haskell support for the Win32 API
filepath - Haskell FilePath core library
ls-usb - A small utility that lists USB devices connected to your system