The Linux1 binary files and the Windows2 *.exe files are self-contained executables running as is, being packaged with Warp and having their own Java runtime environment under the hood. The JAR3 *.jar files and the Bash4 *.sh files are incredibly smaller in size and cross platform (Windows, IA-32, X64 and ARM Linux, Mac) and require a Java runtime version >= 9.

Application Description Linux x641 Windows2 Executable JAR3/Script4
CELL-O-MAT (sources) Cellular automaton simulating a watch dog and Boulder-Dash cellomat cellomat.exe cellomat-0.0.1.jar
HTTP-Echo (sources) Echos any incoming HTTP-Request to the console httpecho httpecho.exe httpecho-0.0.1.jar
PixGRID (sources) Light bulb matrix scrolling, fading and moving bitmap images pixgrid pixgrid.exe pixgrid-0.0.1.jar
T.E.L.E.T.Y.P.E (sources) Send or receive data to/from your COM/TTY (serial) ports teletype teletype.exe teletype-0.0.1.jar
TTY2MQTT (sources) Bridges your COM/TTY (serial) ports to an MQTT broker tty2mqtt tty2mqtt.exe tty2mqtt-0.0.1.jar
~Waves~ (sources) Audio wave generator, player and mixer, using shell pipes waves waves.exe waves-0.0.1.jar

For help, invoke the according binary with the command line argument --help.

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  1. On Linux x64, lauch by invoking ./your_download (make it executable as of chmod ug+x your_download).  2

  2. On Windows, lauch by invoking your_download.exe 2

  3. As a cross platform JAR, lauch by invoking java -jar your_download-0.0.1.jar (requires Java >= 9).  2

  4. As a Bash-Script, lauch by invoking ./ (requires Java >= 9, make it executable as of chmod ug+x  2

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