The projects used for Default

pkg-config pkg-config
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gettext gettext
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4
   

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gconf gconf
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3
   

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Ruby Ruby
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4
   

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GNOME GNOME
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4
   

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GNU Emacs GNU Emacs
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4
   

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Galeon
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4
   

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Bash Bash
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4
   

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Mandriva Linux Mandriva Linux
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4
   

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Linux Kernel Linux Kernel
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4
   

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Ruby-GNOME2
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4
   

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X.Org X.Org
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4
   

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Evince Evince
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4
   

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Inkscape Inkscape
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4
   

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PureFTPd PureFTPd
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4
   

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GTK+ GTK+
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4
   

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GNU sed GNU sed
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4
   

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GDB GDB
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4
   

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GNU grep GNU grep
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4
   

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GNU Compiler Collection GNU Compiler Collection
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4
   

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GNU Make GNU Make
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4
   

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Valgrind Valgrind
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4
   

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GNU Core Utilities GNU Core Utilities
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4
   

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GNU tar GNU tar
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4
   

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X-Chat X-Chat
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4
   

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LaTeX LaTeX
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4
   

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Wireshark Wireshark
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4
   

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util-linux util-linux
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4
   

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libcaca libcaca
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4
   

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GNU binutils GNU binutils
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4
   

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GnuPG GnuPG
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4
   

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rsync rsync
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4
   

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T

toilet
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5
 

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neercs neercs
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5
 

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JHBuild
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4
   

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JHBuild buildbot scripts
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Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA) Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA)
Community rating:
3
   

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Rhythmbox Rhythmbox
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4
   

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GLib GLib
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3
   

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Sysprof Sysprof
Community rating:
5
 

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ttgtkclient
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Mageia Mageia
Community rating:
4
   

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