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gix-engine

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GIX is a next generation FIX protocol implementation engine designed from the ground up for maximum performance, ultra low latency and high throughput.

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Licenses: GPL-3.0+
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confset

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  Analyzed about 20 hours ago

Set values for package settings in /etc/default/packagename from the command line

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pepo-prog

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On this page, you can find almost everything Linux and Unix (but sometimes Windows too) utilities, applications and programs. These programs will need shared library (libpepo.so), which you can download here too.

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ttyutils-ng

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Ttyutils next generation 官方网站

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ppkg

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Pepo Package Manager (ppm, ppkg) is new project to create own package manager for easy installation of applications on Unix-based and Linux operating systems. Programmed in C (parts could be in C++), and POSIX standart, it is fully portable to any POSIX-based OS. This is the way to create very ... [More] good and fast package manager, which will combine advantages of Slackware packages (TGZ, very fast) and Debian, Red Hat packages (DEB, RPM, good info about package inside it, autodownload of dependencies). [Less]

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splmisc

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Miscellaneous utilities in Elisp, R, and shell domains.

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Dorsal

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  Analyzed over 5 years ago

Dorsal is a simple shell script that automates the process of fetching, compiling, and installing the various FEniCS projects (http://www.fenicsproject.org) and their requisite dependencies on Unix-like operating systems. The following platforms are officially supported by Dorsal: * Debian ... [More] GNU/Linux 6.0, Unstable * Fedora 13, 14 * Gentoo Linux * Mac OS X 10.6 (with MacPorts) * openSUSE 11.3 * Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 * Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, 10.10, 11.04 A number of other platforms are supported through user contributions. It is easy to extend support to other similar platforms. [Less]

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QtCocoa

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  Analyzed almost 5 years ago

A collection of Qt widgets simulate the look and feel of Cocoa.

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easygconf

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easygconf provids an easy, Pythonic way to access GConf through a dict-like interface.

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Backup And Restore

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  Analyzed 4 days ago

BAR, Backup And Restore, is for a user who desires to back-up his Home directory each week or day using cron or a similar programme and transferring those backups at the end each month to another medium for safer storage. It is designed to be the most hands-off back-up utility possible. The best ... [More] setup is to have the home user's Backup folder be a separate hard drive from the one that stores their files. Using that setup you'll have three copies of all your files. [Less]

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