browse output of processes
bosh stands for browsable output shell. This is a bit of a
misnomer because it isn't really a shell. What is does is
store the output of a specified program in a buffer, and
provides a simple curses interface to browse this buffer.
Actions can be configured which can make use of the
contents of the currently selected line.
Commands and actions are stored in bosh configuration file.
These can include shebag line (eg #!/usr/bin/bosh) so that
the configuration can just be run from the command-line.
make install (as root)
Instructions of how to use bosh are now all in the man page.
Included are three example configs in the configs subdirectory -
- bops, an interface for ps allowing actions to be killed etc.
- boss, a very slow interface for managing services in /etc/init.d
- bof, a crude file browser - press c to change to directory,
bosh for Debian
bosh comes with a few example configurations which can be
found under /usr/share/doc/bosh/examples.
bops uses ps as the main command, and has actions configured
for killing the selected process, showing its open files
(lsof), and showing its memory map (pmap).
bof uses ls as the main command to list files, and has
actions to view and edit the fi
bosh - Browsable Output SHell
bosh [OPTIONS] [CONFIGURATION] [CONFIGURATION OPTIONS]
bosh takes the output of a program or script and provides a
curses interface to browse that output. A particular line of
that output can be selected and actions can be define
bosh (0.6-4) unstable; urgency=low
* Convert to '3.0 (quilt)' package source format. Drop quilt u
- customvars option, which allows data to be retained by bosh for later by saving
in a $BO
- multiple selection
- seperate stderr?
- destinations for ^P output.
- terminal escape
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