The projects used for Default

DependencyCheck DependencyCheck
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omnisharp-server
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O

omnisharp-emacs
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Apache log4j 2
Community rating:
5
 

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Apache Ant Apache Ant
Community rating:
4
   

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JUnit JUnit
Community rating:
4
   

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Apache AntUnit
Community rating:
3
   

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Apache Xerces2 J Apache Xerces2 J
Community rating:
4
   

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XMLUnit
Community rating:
4
   

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NUnit .Net unit testing framework NUnit .Net unit testing framework
Community rating:
4
   

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Apache log4net Apache log4net
Community rating:
4
   

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Apache Gump
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libxslt libxslt
Community rating:
4
   

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Gnus Gnus
Community rating:
4
   

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Apache Subversion Apache Subversion
Community rating:
4
   

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Mono Mono
Community rating:
4
   

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NAnt NAnt
Community rating:
4
   

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DocBook DocBook
Community rating:
4
   

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Mailcrypt
Community rating:
4
   

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Mozilla Firefox Mozilla Firefox
Community rating:
4
   

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Apache HTTP Server Apache HTTP Server
Community rating:
4
   

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J

Java Development Environment for Emacs
Community rating:
3
   

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Spring Framework Spring Framework
Community rating:
4
   

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CruiseControl.NET CruiseControl.NET
Community rating:
4
   

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Spring.NET Application Framework Spring.NET Application Framework
Community rating:
4
   

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Postfix Postfix
Community rating:
4
   

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Pidgin IM (ex-Gaim) Pidgin IM (ex-Gaim)
Community rating:
4
   

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Ubuntu Ubuntu
Community rating:
4
   

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GNU Emacs GNU Emacs
Community rating:
4
   

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Darcs Darcs
Community rating:
4
   

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NMock
Community rating:
4
   

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A

Apache Rat
Community rating:
5
 

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AUCTeX AUCTeX
Community rating:
4
   

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LaTeX LaTeX
Community rating:
4
   

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pdfTeX
Community rating:
4
   

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Clojure Clojure
Community rating:
4
   

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Dovecot Dovecot
Community rating:
4
   

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F

fsharp-mode
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S

Servlet Transport for ElasticSearch
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