From Hacking The Soul:
By using C.L.A.P. you can have an icon in the Doc for each of your favorite command line apps. Just click on that icon, and the window associated with it will pop to the front, and be ready for work, just like any graphical application. If the window is not already open, it will open for you, and run your CLA inside of it. If the application is minimized, it will expand back to its original place.
C.L.A.P. generated applications are launcher agnostic. So you can use something like LaunchBar (my favorite) to switch directly to any CLA you want, as well as using the Doc.
What's new in this version:
- Terminal Window launching has been "fixed" to get around a bug in OS X 10.3
- Added an option to "re-run" terminal applications on window activation
- Added the ability to run an "idlescript" from the C.L.A.P. generated launcher (advanced feature).
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