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For niche dialects that don't require their own devel project yet.

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Scheme 48 is an implementation of Scheme written by Richard Kelsey and Jonathan Rees. It is based on a byte-code interpreter and is designed to be used as a testbed for experiments in implementation techniques and as an expository tool.

Are you sick of trying to remember whether a particular helper is defined
in "List::Util" or "List::MoreUtils"? I sure am. Now you don't have to
remember. This module will export all of the functions that either of
those two modules defines.

The 'Text::BibTeX' module serves mainly as a high-level introduction to the
'Text::BibTeX' library, for both code and documentation purposes. The code
loads the two fundamental modules for processing BibTeX files
('Text::BibTeX::File' and 'Text::BibTeX::Entry'), and this documentation
gives a broad overview of the whole library that isn't available in the
documentation for the individual modules that comprise it.

In addition, the 'Text::BibTeX' module provides a number of miscellaneous
functions that are useful in processing BibTeX data (especially the kind
that comes from bibliographies as defined by BibTeX 0.99, rather than
generic database files). These functions don't generally fit in the
object-oriented class hierarchy centred around the 'Text::BibTeX::Entry'
class, mainly because they are specific to bibliographic data and operate
on generic strings (rather than being tied to a particular BibTeX entry).
These are also documented here, in the "MISCELLANEOUS FUNCTIONS" manpage.

Note that every module described here begins with the 'Text::BibTeX'
prefix. For brevity, I have dropped this prefix from most class and module
names in the rest of this manual page (and in most of the other manual
pages in the library).

If your library is a basic building block (-> subject to interpretation) and topically does not fit into another project, this may be the place for it.

Some rules..

1. We only build against the standard repositories for the distros
2. Users only get access to their packages. We should keep the number of project maintainers as small as possible

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All kind of developments tools. Esp. profiling and debugging tools.

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Mgdiff is a graphical front-end to the Unix diff command based on X11
and the Motif widget set. It allows the user to select two files for
comparison, runs the diff command, parses the output and presents the
results graphically.

Authors:
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Daniel Williams

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