The projects used for Default

Babel Babel
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Genshi Genshi
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lighttpd lighttpd
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Python programming language Python programming language
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MediaWiki MediaWiki
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WordPress WordPress
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SQLite SQLite
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Trac Trac
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Apache Subversion Apache Subversion
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Vim Vim
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SQLAlchemy SQLAlchemy
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PostgreSQL Database Server PostgreSQL Database Server
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Mozilla Firefox Mozilla Firefox
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zsh zsh
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FreeBSD FreeBSD
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Pygments Pygments
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Postfix Postfix
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PuTTY PuTTY
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devtodo
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akuma
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xmlroff xmlroff
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3
   

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Firebug Firebug
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Werkzeug Werkzeug
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Bitten Bitten
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Sphinx documentation builder Sphinx documentation builder
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jQuery jQuery
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mod_wsgi
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Mercurial Mercurial
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zine zine
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TortoiseSVN TortoiseSVN
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