Involved Projects and Packages
Haskell is a standardized purely functional programming language with non-strict semantics, named after the logician Haskell Curry. It is one of the more popular functional languages, and the lazy functional language on which the most research is being performed.
This is a development project for openSUSE:Factory that contains only the most essential tools to set up a Haskell development environment, like ghc, cabal-install, and their respective dependencies. This repository is supposed to be small and manageable.
Cardano is a Proof-of-Stake Blockchain Smart Contract Platform with on-chain Governance: the first to be founded on peer-reviewed research and developed through evidence-based methods. It combines pioneering technologies to provide unparalleled security and sustainability to decentralized applications, systems, and societies.
R is a language which is not entirely unlike the S language developed at
AT&T Bell Laboratories by Rick Becker, John Chambers and Allan Wilks.
Indeed in the (present) absence of an R manual, you can (mostly) get along
by using the S manual.
* Douglas Bates
* John Chambers
* Peter Dalgaard
* Seth Falcon
* Robert Gentleman
* Kurt Hornik
* Stefano Iacus
* Ross Ihaka
* Friedrich Leisch
* Thomas Lumley
* Martin Maechler
* Duncan Murdoch
* Paul Murrell
* Martyn Plummer
* Brian Ripley
* Deepayan Sarkar
* Duncan Temple Lang
* Luke Tierney
* Simon Urbanek
All sort of software which has to do with electronics.
This repository contains tools for developing of electronic circuits and firmware for microcontrollers.
You can find here tools for devices too small (in whatever dimension) to run a Linux kernel.
Yosys is a synthesis suite for FPGAs and ASICs.
It includes a verilog parser and the logic synthetizer ABC.
EPEL packages for CentOS / RHEL 7 based on official EPEL SRPMs
This project is dedicated to crypto currencies.
It is in an early stage of evolution, initially filled with the most complex collection created by marec2000 (https://build.opensuse.org/project/show/home:marec2000:cryptocoins). It does not mean, that all of these packages are the best variants. Anybody is welcome to add packages, improve them or even replace existing ones.
If you have a better version of these packages, feel free to submit them. Fee free to submit even a different version of the package with a different changes file (with exception of those few packages that will be in the openSUSE:Factory).