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HTTrack

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

HTTrack is a free (GPL, libre/free software) and easy-to-use offline browser utility. It allows you to download a World Wide Web site from the Internet to a local directory, building recursively all directories, getting HTML, images, and other files from the server to your computer. HTTrack ... [More] arranges the original site's relative link-structure. Simply open a page of the "mirrored" website in your browser, and you can browse the site from link to link, as if you were viewing it online. HTTrack can also update an existing mirrored site, and resume interrupted downloads. HTTrack is fully configurable, and has an integrated help system. WinHTTrack is the Windows 9x/NT/2000/XP release of HTTrack, and WebHTTrack the Linux/Unix/BSD release [Less]

95.9K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 2 years since last commit

16 users on Open Hub

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4.2
   
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CPAN::Mini

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  Analyzed almost 2 years ago

mirrors only the latest version of CPAN modules

964 lines of code

1 current contributors

over 2 years since last commit

14 users on Open Hub

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Licenses: Artistic-2.0, GPL-2.0+

WideImage

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  Analyzed about 2 months ago

WideImage is a PHP5 image manipulation library with a fluent interface that supports chaining operations and abstracts the normal GD2 operations from the interface into a more coherent and extendable framework.

5.34K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 5 years since last commit

9 users on Open Hub

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5.0
 
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Asido: PHP Image Processing Solution

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  Analyzed about 2 months ago

Asido is a PHP (PHP4/PHP5) image processing solution, with pluggabledrivers(adapters) for virtually any environment. A lot of PHP developers (both on the PHP4 and PHP5 side) need image transformation operations for various tasks, the most mundane of which are the proportional resizing and ... [More] watermarking. Asido offers such solution: uniform API for image transformations that works with various environments (GD, ImageMagick, MagickWand, etc). Asido is open-source and its LGPL license allows you to place the class in your proprietary PHP projects. Asido offers the following functionality: resize images, watermark images, rotate imates, copy images, crop images, grayscale images, convert images, etc. [Less]

23.1K lines of code

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over 9 years since last commit

7 users on Open Hub

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Betaville

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Your city is always in Beta.

189K lines of code

3 current contributors

almost 2 years since last commit

3 users on Open Hub

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5.0
 
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weex

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  Analyzed 3 days ago

Utility designed to automate the task of remotely maintaining a web site or other FTP archive. It will synchronize a set of local files to a remote server by performing uploads and remote deletes as required.

44K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 1 year since last commit

2 users on Open Hub

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4.0
   
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MirrorBrain

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  Analyzed about 11 hours ago

MirrorBrain automatically redirects download clients (web browsers, download programs) to a mirror server near them. It works similar to the systems employed by sourceforge.net, mozilla.com or similar large organizations, which face a number of download requests which is too high to be practically ... [More] handled by a single site. To find a mirror close to the client, the redirector "geolocates" the client by its IP address. If several mirrors are found to be suitable, the redirector load-balances requests to the mirrors based on their capabilities. [Less]

10.7K lines of code

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over 3 years since last commit

2 users on Open Hub

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5.0
 
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Licenses: Apache-2.0, GPL-2.0+

lsyncd

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

lsyncd - Live Syncing (Mirror) DaemonDescriptionLsyncd uses rsync to synchronize local directories with a remote machine running rsyncd. Lsyncd watches multiple directories trees through inotify. The first step after adding the watches is to rsync all directories with the remote host, and then ... [More] sync single file by collecting the inotify events. So lsyncd is a light-weight live mirror solution that should be easy to install and use while blending well with your system. See lsyncd --help for detailed command line options. License: GPLv2 or any later GPL version. When to useLsyncd is designed to synchronize a local directory tree with low profile of expected changes to a remote mirror. On the receivers side rsyncd can be configured to also change the uid/gid of the file. Lsyncd is especially useful to sync data from a secure area to a not-so-secure area (e.g. as a one way connection to allow employees to publish their files to a public accessible web server). When not to use: File with active file handles (e.g. database files) Directories where many changes occur (like mail or news servers) In these cases e.g. DRBD (see http://www.linux-ha.org/DRBD) might be better for you. Comparisons:Lsyncd vs. DRBD: DRBD operates on block device level. This makes it useful for synchronizing systems that are under heavy load. Lsyncd on the other hand does not require you to change block devices and/or mount points, allows you to change uid/gid of the transferred files, separates the receiver through the one-way nature of rsync. However when using lsyncd a file change can possibly result in a full file transfer (at least for binary files) and is therefore unsuitable for databases. Also a directory rename will result in transferring the whole directory. Lsyncd vs. incron: Incron does not (yet) support recursive directory watching making it unsuitable for described needs (http://inotify.aiken.cz/?section=incron&page=about&lang=en). In fact a different approach would have been to extent incron. However, we decided to stick to the NIH principle (Not Invented Here) :-), because extending the C++ solution seemed to tedious. Lsyncd vs. FUSE: Another interesting idea is to write a daemon that provides a shadow file system through fuse. When accessing a file the data is synced to a local file as well as a remote file. With this approach inotify could be replaced. BindFS (see http://www.cs.helsinki.fi/u/partel/bindfs/) does this for local mirroring. We discarded this idea because it would affect performance of normal operations in a negative way. Lsyncd vs. cron: If you find a solution using cron to call rsync over the whole directory tree periodically after every 'X' hours/minutes/seconds more satisfying than lsyncd, please go for it ''sulking''. We don't like it! Lsyncd usage examples/usr/sbin/lsyncd /var/www/ remotehost::wwwshare/ This watches and rsycn's the local directory /var/www/ with all subdirectories and transfers them to 'remotehost' using the rsync-share 'wwwshare'. /usr/sbin/lsyncd --nodaemon --exclude-from /etc/lsycnd/exclude /var/www/ remotehost::wwwshare/ This will also rsync/watch '/var/www', but it excludes files and directories from '/etc/lsycnd/exclude'. Additionally this example lsyncd will not fork, and log to stdout/stderr instead. Some more complicated examples, tips and tricks you can find in the [HowTos] section. Source DocumentationThe only file of interest is 'lsyncd.c' which has javadoc like comments. Everything else in the tarball is packaging bushwa. DisclaimerBesides the usual disclaimer in the license, we want to specifically EMPHASIZE that NEITHER the authors NOR any organization the authors are associated with can and will hold responsible for data-loss caused by possible malfunctions of lsyncd. Especially if you run it with root privileges ;-) (we ourselves run lsyncd as www-data). [Less]

5.61K lines of code

0 current contributors

almost 6 years since last commit

2 users on Open Hub

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mirror-displays

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Mirror Displays is two programs: 1. A simple Application to toggle between mirrored and extended desktop modes for the mac. 2. A command line tool good for giving shell-scripts the power to control display mirroring.

136 lines of code

0 current contributors

almost 7 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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5.0
 
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mimo

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

MIMO stands for "Mirror Monitor". It is an EDOS project software destined to monitor over the time a Linux distributor's networked file system (repository) replications. It runs as a daemon and it allows for remote management and querying via a web service REST interface. MIMO was developed in ... [More] the frame of the EDOS project (http://www.edos-project.org). [Less]

13.7K lines of code

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almost 10 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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5.0
 
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