Programming

The projects used for Programming

Squeak Squeak
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JRuby JRuby
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RubyGems RubyGems
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Ruby on Rails Ruby on Rails
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Ruby Ruby
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OpenJDK OpenJDK
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Mongrel Mongrel
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Rake Rake
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Rubinius Rubinius
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MySQL MySQL
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Eclipse Java Development Tools (JDT) Eclipse Java Development Tools (JDT)
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Cucumber Cucumber
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Redcar Redcar
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GNU Smalltalk GNU Smalltalk
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SWT (Standard Widget Toolkit) SWT (Standard Widget Toolkit)
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C

Celerity
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ruby-pg ruby-pg
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Homebrew Homebrew
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maglev
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GNOME Boxes GNOME Boxes
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