The projects used for Default

Pygments Pygments
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github-linguist
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ScummVM ScummVM
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MediaWiki MediaWiki
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phpBB Forum Software phpBB Forum Software
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Fink Fink
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Exult Exult
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4
   

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Apache Subversion Apache Subversion
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ImageMagick ImageMagick
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GNU Compiler Collection GNU Compiler Collection
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DOSBox DOSBox
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CIA CIA
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3
   

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Camino Camino
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4
   

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TeXShop TeXShop
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CVS: Concurrent Versions System CVS: Concurrent Versions System
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2
   

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GNU Make GNU Make
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GNU tar GNU tar
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Bash Bash
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GNU Core Utilities GNU Core Utilities
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GDB GDB
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GNU findutils GNU findutils
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GNU grep GNU grep
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LaTeX LaTeX
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4
   

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cURL cURL
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sudo sudo
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Doxygen Doxygen
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4
   

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VLC media player VLC media player
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4
   

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Apache OpenOffice Apache OpenOffice
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3
   

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GNU sed GNU sed
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4
   

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PHP PHP
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4
   

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FLAC - Free Lossless Audio Codec FLAC - Free Lossless Audio Codec
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4
   

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Wireshark Wireshark
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4
   

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Perl Perl
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4
   

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libvorbis libvorbis
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4
   

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DocBook DocBook
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4
   

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Adium Adium
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4
   

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NeoOffice NeoOffice
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3
   

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Cyberduck Cyberduck
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4
   

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Colloquy Colloquy
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3
   

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Simple DirectMedia Layer Simple DirectMedia Layer
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4
   

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Pentagram
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5
 

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OpenSSH OpenSSH
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4
   

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libogg libogg
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4
   

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FreeSCI
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4
   

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GNU Emacs GNU Emacs
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4
   

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Growl Growl
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4
   

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Perian Perian
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4
   

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WarMUX (formerly known as Wormux) WarMUX (formerly known as Wormux)
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3
   

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Lisppaste
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4
   

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Buildbot Buildbot
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Git Git
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Wget Wget
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bzip2 bzip2
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4
   

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Quicksilver Quicksilver
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Chromium (Google Chrome) Chromium (Google Chrome)
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4
   

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GNU Diff Utilities GNU Diff Utilities
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GNU Bison GNU Bison
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Python programming language Python programming language
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WordPress WordPress
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4
   

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gitifyhg
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MathJax MathJax
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4
   

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