Involved Projects and Packages
NOTE: Automatically created during Factory devel project migration by admin.
For niche dialects that don't require their own devel project yet.
GNU package manager, written in Guile Scheme with ability to run on top of *SUSE distribution.
Tool for coinstabillity analysis, visualisation and possible regression identification.
CUDF (for Common Upgradeability Description Format) is a format for describing upgrade scenarios in package-based Free and Open Source Software distribution. This is reference implementation in Ocaml.
ExtLib is a project aiming at providing a complete - yet small -
standard library for the OCaml programming language. The purpose of
this library is to add new functions to OCaml Standard Library
modules, to modify some functions in order to get better performances
or more safety (tail-recursive) but also to provide new modules which
should be useful for the average OCaml programmer.
OUnit is a unit test framework for OCaml. It allows one to easily
create unit-tests for OCaml code. It is based on HUnit, a unit testing
framework for Haskell. It is similar to JUnit, and other xUnit testing
This project provides generic python modules. The Python interpreter itself is developed at devel:languages:python:Factory.
If you happen to have collection of python packages send an email to opensuse-packaging to discuss wether it would not be better to provide them subproject within devel:languages:python namespace instead of storing them here.
The Python packaging policies are found at http://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Packaging_Python and https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Packaging_Python_Singlespec
The project is focused on maintaining reasonable closeness to upstream
versions while at the same time trying to make packages available for openSUSE distribution.
The main focus is openSUSE Tumbleweed and packages that are not in there will be periodically pruned from the project.
Backporting of packages against older distribution releases should not be happening in this project, only build verification. If a package is needed on any of the older openSUSE products then maintenance update is to be created. Alternatively for SLE products submission by an interested party should be done by openSUSE:Backports project.
If you just need the newest packages, please consider using devel:languages:python:backports instead.
This is due to the size of this project and likeness of errors caused by adding this whole repository.
This is the development project for Python-based general-purpose numeric and plotting packages, such as numpy and matplotlib.
All kind of developments tools. Esp. profiling and debugging tools.
GLOBAL is a common source code tag system for C, C++, Yacc, and Java.
You can locate the specified function in source files and move there
easily. It is useful to hack a large project containing many
subdirectories or many main() functions like MH, X, or Linux kernel.
Tools for building software
This project contains normal text editors and special hexadecimal editors. Both for X11 and the console.
Zile is another Emacs-clone. Zile is a customizable, self-documenting real-time, open-source display editor. Zile was written to be as similar as possible to Emacs; every Emacs user should feel at home with Zile.
Console version of the Stardict program that can employ all the dictionary files that belong to StarDict.
The word sdcv stands for StarDict under Console Version.