choose - make choices on the command line
reads lines from stdin, lets user choose one line in an urwid (ncurses like)
interface, then prints that line to stdout and exits. Input will be aligned to
\t). After reading from stdin, in attaches itself directly to the
currently active tty, thus it can work with piped input:
get_data.sh | choose | other_script.sh
Choose should run on all *NIXes, but might not work in non utf-8 locales.
An example of piping the output of pc_query -t searchstring into choose: