|Practical software tools by A. Kovalenko|
It's certainly not a new idea; many UNIX users are accustomed with ClusterSSH, that does almost the same thing on UNIX/X11 environment. Unfortunately, ClusterSSH requires X-server and XTerm, so I've written a replacement tool for Windows.
Imperfectly replaces famous Mozilla's Hit-a-Hint.
Provides mouseless navigation using numeric hints appearing over each hyperlink, button and field.
Press Alt+G to toggle numeric hints visibility. When hints are on, use G to open the next chosen link in a new foregroung tab, B for background tab. Both G and B have toggling behavior, alternating between opening in a new tab / this tab.
Problem: the standard Info-Zip's archiver assumes that the target archive entry file name should be the same as the real source file name. Though it may add or replace file from its standard input, this file is doomed to be called "-". It's not always what you want.
Zipput takes archive name and target path/filename from the command line, and replaces the entry data with the new content read from the standard input.
Though it may be used in real life, e.g. to modify content of OpenDocument files, it's mostly a demonstration of libzip's performance and API convenience.