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Powerful Command-line File Transfer Programs
This article provides my pick of the best open source command line file transfer programs. The software featured here supports a number of different protocols. They offer shell-like command syntax, and are great for scripting purposes.

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GDB, the GNU debugger, allows you to debug programs written in C, C++, and other languages, by executing them in a controlled fashion, printing their data, etc., on a wide variety of UNIX and non-UNIX systems.

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  • Chadwick
    Chadwick is an Open Source Software project devoted to providing a library of functions and tools for creating, maintaining, and analyzing baseball play-by-play data.
  • Championship Generator
    Championship Generator produces a list of all the meetings which must occur between the participants of a championship.
  • citygen
    Citygen is a statistics generator for RPG systems. Though it is tailored to be compatible with Dungeons & Dragons, it should be flexible enough to work with a variety of systems.
  • GibCounter
    GibCounter parses QuakeForge QuakeWorld fraglog files, generates human-readable global and per-player statistics, and writes them out in an HTML format.
  • Gnome Goal
    Gnome Goal is a program for the Gnome Desktop that notifies you of British Football results. Champions League and International games are also included. Goal notifications appear in your Notification area.
  • Hissim
    Hissim can be used to help generating population and communities for a world. It takes some statistical information and important events as input from a configuration file or the Tk interface, and then populates the world using history simulation.
  • KricketScoreboard
    KricketScoreboard is for keeping score for cricket matches on a ball by ball basis. It gives nice statistics about an innings and more. This program will be useful for cricket clubs and their score keepers.
  • Nethack Records
    Nethack Records is an on-demand statistics generator for Nethack and is meant to be run on a webserver. It has several types of statistics, ranging from character info to daily and weekly stats. It is implemented with a modern template system, and is very customizable.
  • Q-LAMP
    Q-LAMP is a statistaical tool for Quakeworld which allows you to keep live tracking of what is going on on yout LAN or I-NET game. It tracks everything you need, like who is the best axe-murderer or who has the worst teamplay.
  • Roguedump
    Roguedump decrypts and dumps the high score files for the classic game rogue. It makes this score data available to scripts by avoiding the rogue program's more-like interactive pager.
  • StatsMe
    StatsMe is a game statistic enhancer for Half-Life which functions as a Metamod plugin. StatsMe is currently developed by a team at UnitedAdmins.com for use by many Half-Life server hosting admins.
  • Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory Statistics
    Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory Statistics reads Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory server logfile and produces static web site with statistics. You can use it to produce several logfiles from different servers as long as you keep output directory different for each server/logfile.



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