Four days ago I uploaded omnicodec to Hackage. It’s a collection of two simple command-line utilities for encoding and decoding data built on the dataenc package. I’m planning on building a Debian package for it as soon as I find the time.
What does omnicodec do? Why would I want to use it? Encoding/decoding data is a pretty broad topic. What kind of data? Which encodings?
It encodes and decodes data.
It has a good (in my opinion) UI for command line use, better than for instance uuencode/uudecode.
All of the encodings supported by dataenc, i.e. Uuencode, Base64, Base64Url, Base32, Base32Hex, and Base16.
[...] promised I’ve now created Debian packages for omnicodec. Since dataenc is a pre-requisite for building [...]
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