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hberlotto

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Shared codes, with GPLv3 License. All created for study and share. Python, Gtk2, Django, Shell, etc... Códigos criados por mim, para estudo, que deixo como exemplo, e/ou pequenas aplicações para serem utilizadas, estudadas, destruídas, renovadas, ajudadas... etc.... A maior parte do meu ... [More] estudo se direcionará para python, mas pode aparecer outras linguagens tb.. não se assustem. Tudo estará comentado direitinho. [Less]

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42-hors-service

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Shell pour un*x cree par des tek1 de la promo 2011 d'Epitech.

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Run Windows Shell Commands

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This is a simple WPF Application that run Windows Shell commands like the well knonw "shell:sendto". Currently supported operating systems are Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.

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irb is nice, but it doesn't let you do much except just run ruby code. This project aims to merge the shell environment with the power of ruby and irb, while still keeping it familiar to someone from a bash/csh etc background.

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listillo

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Aqui voy depositando programillas que pueden convertirse algun dia en programas buenos. Normalmente voy a ir subiendo ideas plasmadas en codigo, que no funcionaran muy bien, pero que pueden seguirse si a alguien le interesa. Si me obsesiono con alguna idea tratare de ir subiendo las versiones ... [More] mejoradas, arregladas, funcionales, ... lo que sea. La idea es que con google code hosting puedo compartir estos codigos con la gente y todo eso. Normalmente los proyectos que suba van a ser de un par de horas nocturnas escribiendo y probando, asique nada serio. Muchos de los codigos no van a estar bajo GPLx simplemente porque no funcionan como tendrian que funcionar, los que me gusten y crea que pueden estar bajo GPL por su calidad estaran. Repito, esto solo son ideas plasmadas en codigo, nada serio. [Less]

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pmptools

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Miscellaneous tools, mostly for UNIX, when one doesn't have a rich GNU environment. The tools are focused on portability by simplicity. They try to emulate an almost standard CLI command in its the most used way. The tools are usually written in core Perl, that should be on all the "Hostile" servers out there :-)

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freebsd-utilities

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A collection of shell scripts for daily FreeBSD administration.

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This is an open source projected maintained by ONE person. This is a shell, much like Windows' Command Prompt/Batch/CMD, or many GNU/Linux based OS Bourne Again Shell (BASH). This is an attempt to have the power of Bash with a familiar C-like syntax. Here's an example of what Vax Scripting would ... [More] look like: ----START_CODE---- use Vax.WindowFunctions; function StartCode() { string[] names = GetOpenWindows(); if (names.Contains("vax")) { ShowMessage("Hey! You're looking at Vax!"); } }----END_CODE---- Source code is written in the C# programming language, and will require .NET Framework 2.0 to run. If you're running Mac OSX or any distribution of GNU/Linux, you will need The Mono Framework, which is a Unix port of .NET. VERSION CHANGELOG: 2.2B - Translated the source into MONO, which makes Vax completely cross platform! The project/source, as well as the visual studio source, will be in the downloads section. (I developed this completely on Debian Linux.) NOTE: Uses a command-line compiler interface because I'm still learning to work with GTK# (Mono port of GTK+) 2.2 - Added Text class into the library, which includes the printf function. Also included a collection class, which now includes Stacks, but currently you are only able to use "Push" and change the count of the stack. 2.0 - Greatly improved Shell stability, upgraded compiler adding 2 output types (DLL & EXE) Added ProcessModule class to the script library. 1.7 - Syntax Updated 1.6 - Added FileIO, Misc, Programs, Windows, String, Security classes to the Script Library. 1.2 - Coded Interpreter & Started Library 1.0 - Outline for a shell. [Less]

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cyclops-tail

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A simple, elastic and fast distributed tail utility.

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SummaryA shell script able to handle the oled display of ASUS G`*`series notebooks, thanks to the capabilities of asus_oled driver. The oled present in such machines is usually a 256x32 display intended to show system information and player messages from gaming consoles. It currently supports ... [More] the first, the second is work in progress. Advantages It does not need to run with super user permissions for most tasks. Is intended to be KISS compliant1, so it is supposed to: # Have a gentle and concise syntax. # Start and resume very fast. # Not needing unnecessary dependencies. # Consume as few system resources as possible. Modules are mainly written in AWK! as it is widely proven to be the best or, at least, one of the best choices for data mangling2. Modules can be written in any language. DependenciesDr. Green is easily usable as a daemon (daemonizable) and it solely depends on base system (a few basic *nix shell utilities) and figlet (a banner alike program) to get the job done. DocumentationSee README.txt Please read the WIKI FAQ or FAQ.txt, included in the package, if you wonder why I started my own project instead of contributing to asusG50oled. Glossary1 Keep it simple, stupid. 2 Technical jargon describing the process of acquiring information and data management. [Less]

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