While doing some maintenance on my server, I got tired of searching through the output of
ip addr show to find the IP addresses configured on the interfaces.
Thus I wrote a simple CLI tool to display the information I needed in a concise and human friendly form: ipaddr
$ ipaddr lo 127.0.0.1/8 ens5 198.51.100.160/24 tun24008 10.123.199.78/32 tun71991639 10.200.123.5/32 tun26724 10.100.100.235/32 tun3883710 10.123.111.7/32
A nice side-effect of writing this in Go is that it works out-of-the-box also on non-Linux systems :-)