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This project contains normal text editors and special hexadecimal editors. Both for X11 and the console.

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Half of the YaST developers swear on it, not only because of the built
in C/C++/Java browser. Xcoral provides support for the work with C,
C++, Java, Perl, Ada, and Fortran programs and for the creation of
LaTeX and HTML documents. With the help of the built in 'SMall Ansi C
Interpreter' (SMAC), xcoral can be configured and extended in almost
arbitrary ways. Examples can be found in the directory %{_prefix}/lib/xcoral.

Further information about Xcoral and SMAC is available in the detailed
online help system (also available Postscript format).

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MajorCool is a CGI script written in Perl that provides a Web interface
to Majordomo v1.9x*. It is intended to run colocated with the Majordomo
program (both list server and Web on the same host). Employing a
variety of Web and GUI techniques, such as Balloon Help, Per-User
Preferences, and MouseOver cues, MajorCool puts a friendly face on top
of the Majordomo list management processes.

MajorCool was originally designed as an administrative front-end to the
popular mailing list manager, allowing novice list owners to manage
their list configuration and subscriber base. With the easy-to-use
password protected screens, list managers can:

- Edit the list config file. Presentation of the complex list
configuration file is simplified through the intuitive use of
HTML radio buttons and text fields.

- Update the subscriber file via an easy-to-use text window.
Changes to the list are converted to the appropriate individual
approved subscribe and unsubscribe commands.

- Manage the moderator's Approval Queue, deleting, rejecting, or
approving BOUNCE messages that require review. No more messing
with mail headers.

- Edit files in the Approval Queue prior to action. Limited only
by browser memory constraints.

- Create or edit the list's info and intro files.

- Download the list configuration file via e-mail.

In addition to its list administration functions, MajorCool also
provides a site-oriented view of the list server's lists. MajorCool
extends the address matching capabilities of Majordomo through the use
of configurable siteaddr modules, permitting external directory sources
such as X.500 to supply name-to-address conversions and provide
pattern-matching address comparisons. These features enable MajorCool
to identify list subscribers by multiple valid addresses, allowing
end-users to interactively:

- View lists available on the server: All lists on the system
Unsubscribed lists Subscribed lists (regardless of the address
used for subscription) Lists with names or descriptions that
match a certain pattern

- Subscribe or unsubscribe to any list

- View the list's info or intro files

- View members of a list

Lastly, MajorCool provides a mailing list request mechanism, allowing
end users to ask that a list be created, renamed, or deleted. This
request can be mailed to the Majordomo owner or passed to an external
program to perform whatever actions are desired. Sample applications
are provided to implement list creation, renaming, and deletion
on-the-fly.

To configure MajorCool, change to /usr/lib/majorcool and run 'sh
./Configure'. This script prompts for some installation values and
saves the output to a default.sh file. This file can be edited at any
time.

For more details, see "/usr/lib/majorcool/Docs/install.htm".

Majordomo provides an easy to configure means of maintaining mailing
lists.

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Half of the YaST developers swear on it, not only because of the built
in C/C++/Java browser. Xcoral provides support for the work with C,
C++, Java, Perl, Ada, and Fortran programs and for the creation of
LaTeX and HTML documents. With the help of the built in 'SMall Ansi C
Interpreter' (SMAC), xcoral can be configured and extended in almost
arbitrary ways. Examples can be found in the directory /usr/lib/xcoral.

Further information about Xcoral and SMAC is available in the detailed
online help system (also available Postscript format).

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Based on xteddy -- really cute ;-)

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Normally, xteddy just sits around doing nothing. After all, that's what
teddy bears are for. Look at him, talk to him, place heavy windows on
top of him, zap him around until he becomes dizzy, do what you like; he
will always be your true (albeit virtual) friend.

You can move xteddy with the mouse by pointing at him and dragging him
around. When clicked upon, he will pop up on top of all other windows.
If you type "q" on him, he will die (or, as I like to think of it, be
tucked away in the file system until you need him next time).

That's it. But he's cute.

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Loki is the name of a C++ software library written by Andrei Alexandrescu as part of his book Modern C++ Design. [http://loki-lib.sourceforge.net/]

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Package, Patch, Pattern, and Product Management

Bugowner

Half of the YaST developers swear on it, not only because of the built
in C/C++/Java browser. Xcoral provides support for the work with C,
C++, Java, Perl, Ada, and Fortran programs and for the creation of
LaTeX and HTML documents. With the help of the built in 'SMall Ansi C
Interpreter' (SMAC), xcoral can be configured and extended in almost
arbitrary ways. Examples can be found in the directory /usr/lib/xcoral.

Further information about Xcoral and SMAC is available in the detailed
online help system (also available Postscript format).

Bugowner

Based on xteddy -- really cute ;-)

Bugowner

Normally, xteddy just sits around doing nothing. After all, that's what
teddy bears are for. Look at him, talk to him, place heavy windows on
top of him, zap him around until he becomes dizzy, do what you like; he
will always be your true (albeit virtual) friend.

You can move xteddy with the mouse by pointing at him and dragging him
around. When clicked upon, he will pop up on top of all other windows.
If you type "q" on him, he will die (or, as I like to think of it, be
tucked away in the file system until you need him next time).

That's it. But he's cute.

Bugowner

Loki is the name of a C++ software library written by Andrei Alexandrescu as part of his book Modern C++ Design. [http://loki-lib.sourceforge.net/]

Bugowner

Package, Patch, Pattern, and Product Management

Package, Patch, Pattern, and Product Management - testsuite-tools

Bugowner

Half of the YaST developers swear on it, not only because of the built
in C/C++/Java browser. Xcoral provides support for the work with C,
C++, Java, Perl, Ada, and Fortran programs and for the creation of
LaTeX and HTML documents. With the help of the built in 'SMall Ansi C
Interpreter' (SMAC), xcoral can be configured and extended in almost
arbitrary ways. Examples can be found in the directory /usr/lib/xcoral.

Further information about Xcoral and SMAC is available in the detailed
online help system (also available Postscript format).

Bugowner

Based on xteddy -- really cute ;-)

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