No installation. USB stick portable applications.
Swiss File Knife

a command line
multi function tool.

remove tabs
list dir sizes
find text
filter lines
find in path
collect text
instant ftp or
http server
file transfer
send text
patch text
patch binary
run own cmd
convert crlf
dup file find
md5 lists
fromto clip
hexdump
split files
list latest
compare dirs
save typing
trace http
echo colors
head & tail
find classes
dep. listing
speed shell
zip search
zip dir list

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free external tools,
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usb stick compliant:

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thread creation

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mem tracing
hexdump
using printf

articles

stat. c array
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var. c array
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view all text
as you type
surf over text
find by click
quick copy
multi view
find nearby
fullscreen
bookmarks
find by path
expressions
location jump
skip accents
clip match
filter lines
edit text
highlight
load filter
hotkey list
receive text
send in C++
send in Java
smooth scroll
touch scroll
fly wxWidgets
fly over Qt
search Java

 
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Swiss File Knife - A Command Line Tools Collection

combines many functions in a single, portable executable that belongs onto every USB stick. Search and convert text files, instant simple FTP/HTTP server, find duplicate files, compare folders, treesize, run own commands on all files of a folder - it's all within a single tool.

Download SFK for Windows here or from SourceForge. You may also download the .zip file with all binaries and source code for Windows (7/Vista/XP), Linux and Mac, the Intel Linux binary for 32 bits Ubuntu, the binary for libc5 systems like DSL, for 64 bits Intel Linux, for 32 bits ARM Linux like on Raspberry Pi, the Mac OS X binaries as i686 DMG, exe or for PowerPC. No installation, instant use.

 
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Windows: after download, open a command line (CMD.exe) then CD into the download folder and type "sfk" for the help text. Mac OS X: open the .DMG then control+click on the contained script and select Open. Linux: after download, open a command line or terminal, then rename to sfk like "mv sfk-linux.exe sfk", make it executable by "chmod +x sfk" and type "./sfk"

  SFK for Windows screenshot on white background
Windows
  SFK for Linux screenshot on dark background
Linux
  SFK for Mac OS X screenshot on bright background
Mac OS X

Intense users may be interested in Swiss File Knife Extended Edition (XE) which features
a high performance replace command for large text and binary files, and which can also
read .zip, .jar, .tar.gz and .tar.bz2 file contents. Read more on that here.
 
You may place questions in the sfk forums, or submit a tracker request.
For software download sites: the SFK PAD file is available here.

SFK Icons and example code for linking can be found here.

Now follows the SFK for Windows syntax overview. (On Mac OS X and Linux, replace every ! character by :, and every $ by #. Type wildcards with a preceeding slash: \* and \?)

SFK - The Swiss File Knife File Tree Processor.
Release 1.7.2 Base/XD Revision 3 of Oct  7 2014.
StahlWorks Technologies, http://stahlworks.com/
Distributed for free under the BSD License, without any warranty.

type "sfk commandname" for help on any of the following.
some commands require to add "-help" for the help text.

   file system
      sfk list       - list directory tree contents.
                       list latest, oldest or biggest files.
                       list directory differences.
                       list zip jar tar gz bz2 contents.
      sfk filefind   - find files by filename
      sfk treesize   - show directory size statistics
      sfk copy       - copy directory trees additively
      sfk sync       - mirror tree content with deletion
      sfk partcopy   - copy part from a file into another one
      sfk mkdir      - create directory tree
      sfk delete     - delete files and folders
      sfk deltree    - delete whole directory tree
      sfk deblank    - remove blanks in filenames
      sfk space [-h] - tell total and free size of volume
      sfk filetime   - tell times of a file
      sfk touch      - change times of a file
      sfk index      - create index file(s) for fast lookup
      sfk iname      - lookup file names using index files
                       Download sfk.exe for the Windows command line   Download sfk for 32 bits Linux (modern systems like Ubuntu)   Download sfk for 64 bits Linux   Download sfk for the Mac OS/X terminal (i686)   Swiss File Knife The Book   Source code and more binaries on Sourceforge
   conversion
      sfk lf-to-crlf - convert from LF to CRLF line endings
      sfk crlf-to-lf - convert from CRLF to LF line endings
      sfk detab      - convert TAB characters to spaces
      sfk entab      - convert groups of spaces to TAB chars
      sfk scantab    - list files containing TAB characters
      sfk split      - split large files into smaller ones
      sfk join       - join small files into a large one
      sfk hexdump    - create hexdump from a binary file
      sfk hextobin   - convert hex data to binary
      sfk hex        - convert decimal number(s) to hex
      sfk dec        - convert hex number(s) to decimal
      sfk chars      - print chars for a list of codes
      sfk bin-to-src - convert binary to source code
                       Download sfk.exe for the Windows command line   Download sfk for 32 bits Linux (modern systems like Ubuntu)   Download sfk for 64 bits Linux   Download sfk for the Mac OS/X terminal (i686)   Swiss File Knife The Book   Source code and more binaries on Sourceforge
   text processing
      sfk filter     - search, filter and replace text data
      sfk addhead    - insert string at start of text lines
      sfk addtail    - append string at end of text lines
      sfk patch      - change text files through a script
      sfk snapto     - join many text files into one file
      sfk joinlines  - join text lines split by email reformatting
      sfk inst       - instrument c++ sourcecode with tracing calls
      sfk replace    - replace words in binary and text files
      sfk hexfind    - find words in binary files, showing hexdump
      sfk run        - run command on all files of a folder
      sfk runloop    - run a command n times in a loop
      sfk printloop  - print some text many times
      sfk strings    - extract strings from a binary file
      sfk sort       - sort text lines produced by another command
      sfk count      - count text lines, filter identical lines
      sfk head       - print first lines of a file
      sfk tail       - print last lines of a file
      sfk linelen    - tell length of string(s)
                       Download sfk.exe for the Windows command line   Download sfk for 32 bits Linux (modern systems like Ubuntu)   Download sfk for 64 bits Linux   Download sfk for the Mac OS/X terminal (i686)   Swiss File Knife The Book   Source code and more binaries on Sourceforge
   search and compare
      sfk find       - find words in text and binary files
      sfk ftext      - find words only in text files

  Fly over all text files of a folder as you type.
Portable Freeware based on Swiss File Knife.
sfk xfind - find using wildcards and sfk expressions sfk md5gento - create list of md5 checksums over files sfk md5check - verify list of md5 checksums over files sfk md5 - calc md5 over a file, compare two files sfk pathfind - search PATH for location of a command sfk reflist - list fuzzy references between files sfk deplist - list fuzzy dependencies between files sfk dupfind - find duplicate files by content Download sfk.exe for the Windows command line Download sfk for 32 bits Linux (modern systems like Ubuntu) Download sfk for 64 bits Linux Download sfk for the Mac OS/X terminal (i686) Swiss File Knife The Book Source code and more binaries on Sourceforge networking sfk httpserv - run an instant HTTP server. type "sfk httpserv -help" for help. sfk ftpserv - run an instant FTP server type "sfk ftpserv -help" for help. sfk ftp - instant anonymous FTP client sfk wget - download HTTP file from the web sfk webrequest - send HTTP request to a server sfk tcpdump - print TCP conversation between programs sfk udpdump - print incoming UDP requests sfk udpsend - send UDP requests sfk ip - tell own machine's IP address(es). type "sfk ip -help" for help. sfk netlog - send text outputs to network, and/or file, and/or terminal sfk fromnet - receive and print network text Download sfk.exe for the Windows command line Download sfk for 32 bits Linux (modern systems like Ubuntu) Download sfk for 64 bits Linux Download sfk for the Mac OS/X terminal (i686) Swiss File Knife The Book Source code and more binaries on Sourceforge scripting sfk script - run many sfk commands in a script file sfk echo - print (coloured) text to terminal sfk color - change text color of terminal sfk alias - create command from other commands sfk mkcd - create command to reenter directory sfk sleep - delay execution for milliseconds sfk pause - wait for user input sfk label - define starting point for a script sfk tee - split command output in two streams sfk tofile - save command output to a file sfk toterm - flush command output to terminal sfk loop - repeat execution of a command chain sfk cd - change directory within a script sfk getcwd - print the current working directory sfk require - compare version text sfk time [-h] - print current date and time Download sfk.exe for the Windows command line Download sfk for 32 bits Linux (modern systems like Ubuntu) Download sfk for 64 bits Linux Download sfk for the Mac OS/X terminal (i686) Swiss File Knife The Book Source code and more binaries on Sourceforge development sfk bin-to-src - convert binary data to source code sfk make-random-file - create file with random data sfk fuzz - change file at random, for testing sfk sample - print example code for programming sfk inst - instrument c++ with tracing calls diverse sfk media - cut video and binary files sfk view - show results in a GUI tool sfk toclip - copy command output to clipboard sfk fromclip - read text from clipboard sfk list - show directory tree contents sfk env - search environment variables sfk version - show version of a binary file sfk ascii - list ISO 8859-1 ASCII characters sfk ascii -dos - list OEM codepage 850 characters sfk spell [-h] - phonetic spelling for telephone sfk license - print the SFK license text Download sfk.exe for the Windows command line Download sfk for 32 bits Linux (modern systems like Ubuntu) Download sfk for 64 bits Linux Download sfk for the Mac OS/X terminal (i686) Swiss File Knife The Book Source code and more binaries on Sourceforge help by subject sfk help select - how dirs and files are selected in sfk sfk help options - general options reference sfk help patterns - wildcards and text patterns within sfk sfk help chain - how to combine (chain) multiple commands sfk help shell - how to optimize the windows command prompt sfk help unicode - about unicode file reading support sfk help colors - how to change result colors sfk help compile - how to compile sfk on any linux system sfk help xe - infos on sfk extended edition All tree walking commands support file selection this way: 1. short format with ONE directory tree and MANY file name patterns: src1dir .cpp .hpp .xml bigbar !footmp 2. short format with a list of explicite file names: letter1.txt revenues9.xls report3\turnover5.ppt 3. long format with MANY dir trees and file masks PER dir tree: -dir src1 src2 !src\save -file foosys .cpp -dir bin5 -file .exe For detailed help on file selection, type "sfk help select". * and ? wildcards are supported within filenames. "foo" is interpreted as "*foo*", so you can leave out * completely to search a part of a name. For name start comparison, say "\foo" (finds foo.txt but not anyfoo.txt). When you supply a directory name, by default this means "take all files". sfk list mydir lists ALL files of mydir, no * needed. sfk list mydir .cpp .hpp lists SOME files of mydir, by extension. sfk list mydir !.cfg lists all files of mydir EXCEPT .cfg general options: -tracesel tells in detail which files and/or directories are included or excluded, and why (due to which user-supplied mask). -nosub do not process files within subdirectories. -nocol before any command switches off color output. -quiet or -nohead shows less output on some commands. -hidden includes hidden and system files and dirs. For detailed help on all options, type "sfk help options". beware of Shell Command Characters. command parameters containing characters < > | ! & must be sur- rounded by quotes "". type "sfk filter" for details and examples. WRONG COLORS? Use one of: set SFK_COLORS=theme:black for DARK backgrounds set SFK_COLORS=theme:white for BRIGHT backgrounds see also "sfk help colors" type "sfk ask word1 word2 ..." to search ALL help text for words. type "sfk dumphelp" to print ALL help text. +-----------------------------------------------------+ | Get the three dollar e-book from stahlworks.com/pdf | |-----------------------------------------------------| | The Swiss File Knife was created with Depeche View, | | the world's fastest text file browser and editor. | +-----------------------------------------------------+
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