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The Void Linux distribution

  Analyzed 1 day ago

Void is a general purpose linux distribution, meant to be used by advanced users. Its package system allows you to quickly install, update and remove software; software is provided in binary packages or can be built directly from sources with the help of the XBPS source packages collection. The ... [More] spirit of Void is such that we keep things default, necessary, and minimal as possible (while trying not to leave features out). [Less]

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xbps

  Analyzed about 1 month ago

XBPS is the package manager used by the Void Linux distribution. A relatively new binary package system designed and implemented from scratch. Its goal is to be fast, easy to use, bug-free, featureful and portable as much as possible. The code is totally compatible with POSIX/SUSv2/C99 standards ... [More] , and released with a Simplified BSD license (2 clause). There is a well documented API provided by the XBPS Library that is the basis for its frontends to handle binary packages and repositories. [Less]

34K lines of code

11 current contributors

about 1 month since last commit

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portableproplib

  Analyzed about 2 months ago

What is it?The proplib library provides an abstract interface for creating and manipulating property lists. Property lists have object types for boolean values, opaque data, numbers, and strings. Structure is provided by the array and dictionary collection types. Property lists can be passed ... [More] across protection boundaries by translating them to an external representation. This external representation is an XML document whose format is described by the following DTD: http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd About this versionThe portable proplib version is the same version than is available on NetBSD, but with the exception that NetBSD specific code has been removed and it has been converted to be built through the GNU autotools. Also some miscellaneous changes have been done to not depend on stuff that is not available in all systems. It should be mentioned that NetBSD's proplib code is a free, clean room and from scratch implementation, based in the specifications available for Mac OS X, written by Jason R. Thorpe. I'd like to thank Jason R. Thorpe for such a great library. [Less]

6.58K lines of code

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almost 2 years since last commit

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