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The Linux1 as well as the Windows2 Bundle files are self-contained executables running as is, being packaged with Warp and having their own Java runtime environment under the hood. The Linux1 Native files are compiled executables running as is, being compiled with the GraalVM. The FatJAR JAR3 files and the Launcher Script4 files are incredibly smaller in size and cross platform (Windows, IA-32, X64 and ARM Linux, Mac) and require a Java runtime version >= 9 (same applies to the platform dependend Launcher files for Linux1 and Windows2).

Application Description Linux x641 Windows2 Executable JAR3/Script4
ASC(II)ART (sources) A command line tool for creating ASCII art (“[ASC]II[ART]”) from plain text or image files Launcher Bundle Native Launcher Bundle Installer Launcher FatJAR
>AUTOCHAT! (sources) ELIZA chatbot talking to you via RESTful services or on the console Launcher Bundle Native Launcher Bundle Installer Launcher FatJAR
::BIN2TXT:: (sources) Encoding and decoding tool for BASE64 and related encodings/decodings from/to ASCII to/from binary Launcher Bundle Native Launcher Bundle Installer Launcher FatJAR
►?CHAOS!► (sources) CLI tool harnessing encryption as well as decryption using a Chaos-based algorithm Launcher Bundle Native Launcher Bundle Installer Launcher FatJAR
CELL-O-MAT (sources) Cellular automaton simulating a watch dog and Boulder-Dash Launcher Bundle Native Launcher Bundle Installer Launcher FatJAR
…CRACK-7IP… (sources) Recovery tool for cracking password protected ZIP (*.zip) files Launcher Bundle Native Launcher Bundle Installer Launcher FatJAR
n..DADUM..∞ (sources) Dumps mass data (fixed values or random data) into a stream or a file Launcher Bundle Native Launcher Bundle Installer Launcher FatJAR
HTTP-Echo (sources) Echos any incoming HTTP-Request to the console Launcher Bundle Native Launcher Bundle Installer Launcher FatJAR
PIC👓DAT (sources) Extracts raw data from an image and converts any raw data back to an image Launcher Bundle Native Launcher Bundle Installer Launcher FatJAR
PixGRID (sources) Light bulb matrix scrolling, fading and moving bitmap images Launcher Bundle Native Launcher Bundle Installer Launcher FatJAR
T.E.L.E.T.Y.P.E (sources) Send or receive data to/from your COM/TTY (serial) ports Launcher Bundle Native Launcher Bundle Installer Launcher FatJAR
TTY2MQTT (sources) Bridges your COM/TTY (serial) ports to an MQTT broker Launcher Bundle Native Launcher Bundle Installer Launcher FatJAR
~Waves~ (sources) Audio wave generator, player and mixer, using shell pipes Launcher Bundle Native Launcher Bundle Installer Launcher FatJAR

For help, invoke the according binary with the command line argument --help. Feel free to rename the files however you want at your best conveniance!


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  1. On Linux x64, lauch by invoking ./your_download-bundle-x86_64-x.y.z.elf or ./your_download-native-x86_64-x.y.z.elf or ./your_download-launcher-x86_64-x.y.z.elf (make it executable as of chmod ug+x your_download).  2 3 4

  2. On Windows, lauch by invoking your_download-bundle-x86_64-x.y.z.exe or your_download-launcher-x86_64-x.y.z.exe or your_download-installer-x86_64-x.y.z.msi 2 3

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

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

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