Cocser
Cocser
0.7.2

3.7

Cocser free download for Mac

Cocser

0.7.2
25 January 2006

Call terminal scripts to display stdout and stderr.

Overview

Cocser is a Cocoa tool for calling terminal applications or scripts for displaying the stdout and stderr streams. Application Set entries get saved and loaded on startup.

What's new in Cocser

Version 0.7.2: Added native Intel-Mac support

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3 Cocser Reviews

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Anonymous
16 June 2005

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Based on what the author says in his explanations, I expected to be able to type in the path to a command and see the results displayed. Exactly what I could achieve in the terminal, excep that there I have the benefit of a PATH environment variable, and lots else besides. It is absolutely beyond me what the utility of this program could be to anyone other than its author. Only he really knows why he wanted an interface like this to perform shell interaction with programs, and the brief description at the website is completely inadequate to explain the rationale. After struggling for ten or fifteen minutes to even get the SAME functionality as the shell via terminal, I was able to recover the stdout of a simple unix command in his interface. The application needs at least a short account of how the various input fields and output views are intended to work. Such labels as "Start" "Stop" "Set" and "Execute" are barely intelligible in their context and seem to have little or no relation to one another.
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Version 0.5.3
Anonymous
26 July 2005
I agree with the person just before me. Quite useful when you do a lot of "sudo SystemStarter ......" Certainly doesn't deserve a one star rating.
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Version 0.6
Anonymous
26 July 2005
I think it's quite useful.
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Version 0.6
Anonymous
16 June 2005
Based on what the author says in his explanations, I expected to be able to type in the path to a command and see the results displayed. Exactly what I could achieve in the terminal, excep that there I have the benefit of a PATH environment variable, and lots else besides. It is absolutely beyond me what the utility of this program could be to anyone other than its author. Only he really knows why he wanted an interface like this to perform shell interaction with programs, and the brief description at the website is completely inadequate to explain the rationale. After struggling for ten or fifteen minutes to even get the SAME functionality as the shell via terminal, I was able to recover the stdout of a simple unix command in his interface. The application needs at least a short account of how the various input fields and output views are intended to work. Such labels as "Start" "Stop" "Set" and "Execute" are barely intelligible in their context and seem to have little or no relation to one another.
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Version 0.5.3
Free

3.7

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • or later
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