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This module allows you to query MaxMind DB files from Apache 2.2+ using the libmaxminddb library.
Dirvish is a fast, disk based, rotating network backup system. With dirvish you can maintain a set of complete images of your filesystems with unattended creation and expiration.
A dirvish backup vault is like a time machine for your data.
CGI.pm is a stable, complete and mature solution for processing and preparing
HTTP requests and responses. Major features including processing form
submissions, file uploads, reading and writing cookies, query string generation
and manipulation, and processing and preparing HTTP headers. Some HTML
generation utilities are included as well.
CGI.pm performs very well in in a vanilla CGI.pm environment and also comes
with built-in support for mod_perl and mod_perl2 as well as FastCGI.
Python module for native access to the systemd facilities. Functionality is seperated into a number of modules:
* systemd.journal supports sending of structured messages to the journal and reading journal files,
* systemd.daemon wraps parts of libsystemd useful for writing daemons and socket activation,
* systemd.id128 provides functions for querying machine and boot identifiers and a lists of message identifiers provided by systemd,
* systemd.login wraps parts of libsystemd used to query logged in users and available seats and machines.
Activerecord-jdbc-adapter is a database adapter for Rails ActiveRecord
component that can be used with JRuby. It allows use of virtually any
JDBC-compliant database with your JRuby on Rails application.
Activerecord-jdbc-adapter is a database adapter for Rails
ActiveRecord component that can be used with JRuby. It allows
use of virtually any JDBC-compliant database with your JRuby on
Database adapter for Rails ActiveRecord component that
can be used with JRuby. It allows use of virtually any
JDBC-compliant database with your JRuby on Rails application.
The Ruby ANSI project is a superlative collection of ANSI escape code related libraries enabling ANSI code based colorization and stylization of output in a variety of forms and layouts.
When a Cucumber step fails, it is useful to create a screenshot image and HTML file of the current page
Capybara-webkit depends on a WebKit implementation from Qt, a cross-platform development toolkit. You'll need to download the Qt libraries to build and install the gem. You can find instructions for downloading and installing QT on the capybara-webkit wiki
factory_girl provides a framework and DSL for defining and using factories - less error-prone, more explicit, and all-around easier to work with than fixtures.
Version 1.6.x the last version which supports ruby 1.8
Ffi-compiler is a ruby library for automating compilation of native libraries for use with ffi
IqRdf is a RDF renderer for Ruby and Rails. You can use it in any Ruby environment to render Trurtle-, N-Triple- (not implemented jet) or XML-RDF.
This is an add-on gem for JRuby that emulates the Ruby OpenSSL native library.
Library that implements weak, soft, and strong references in Ruby that work across multiple runtimes (MRI, REE, YARV, Jruby, Rubinius, and IronRuby). Also includes implementation of maps/hashes that use references and a reference queue.
SimpleForm aims to be as flexible as possible while helping you with powerful components to create your forms. The basic goal of SimpleForm is to not touch your way of defining the layout, letting you find the better design for your eyes. Most of the DSL was inherited from Formtastic, which we are thankful for and should make you feel right at home.
Plugin for spork to enable Test::Unit support for spork.
Bugzilla is server software designed to help you manage software development.
* Optimized database structure for increased performance and scalability
* Excellent security to protect confidentiality
* Advanced query tool that can remember your searches
* Integrated email capabilities
* Editable user profiles and comprehensive email preferences
* Comprehensive permissions system
* Proven under fire as Mozilla's bug tracking system
Linux kernel drivers for all Intel(R) Ethernet adapters and LOMs (LAN On Motherboard) as loadable modules.
S - serial port
P - parallel port
1S: 4027T, 4027A, 4027AL, 4027D, 4027DL, 4027P
2S: 4037T, 4037A, 4037AL, 4037D, 4037U, 4037P, 4037PL
4S: 4056A, 4056A3, 4056A4, 4056AL, 4056D, 4056J, 4056U, 4056UE,
4056P, 4056PL, 4056PM, 4055WN,
4056DW, 4056AM, 4056LM, 4056LL, 4056JM, 4056LV, 4000A, 4000AL,
8S: 4065, 4066R, 4066U, 4066UE,
4066WM, 4066RM, 4066JM, 8000A, 8000AL
2S: P1002, P2002
4S: P1004, P2004, P3004
8S: P1008, P2008, P3008
1S: 5027A, 5027AL, 5027H, 5027HL, 5027P, 5027PL, 5027PH, 5027PHL
2S: 5037A, 5037H, 5037AL, 5037HL, 5037P, 5037PH, 5037PL, 5037PHL
4S: 5056A, 5056AL, 5056H, 5056HL, 5056P, 5056PL, 5056PH, 5056PHL,
5056U, 5056UL, 5056UH, 5056UHL
8S: 5066A, 5066H, 5066AL, 5066HL, 5066U, 5066UL, 5066UH, 5066UHL
1S1P: 5069A, 5069H, 5069P, 5069PH
2S1P: 5079A, 5079H, 5079AL
4S1P: 5099A, 5099H
2S: IPC-P2102, IPC-P2102SI
4S: IPC-P2104, IPC-P2104SI, IPC-P3104
8S: IPC-P2108, IPC-P2108SI, IPC-P3108
CDK1037A, CDK1037P, CDK1037H, CDK1037L
CDK1056A, CDK1056P, CDK1056H, CDK1056L
DIO0802, DIO1604, DIO3204
Networking, mailing, tools, kernel plugins and libraries are contained in subprojects; refer to Advanced->Subprojects
Bluespice is an extension to the pupular mediawiki software, which makes it more suitable for usage in the business area.
Bluespice extends the mediawiki-software especially in the areas of quality quality assurance, administration and security. As extension to the standard mediawiki distribution there is also an WYSIWYG editor included.
Further readings: http://blog.blue-spice.org/
MediaWiki is the collaborative editing software that runs Wikipedia,
the free encyclopedia, and other projects. It is designed to handle a
large number of users and pages without imposing a structure or
workflow too rigidly.
texvc takes LaTeX-compatible equations and produces formatted output in HTML, MathML, and (via LaTeX/dvipng) rasterized PNG images. Input data is parsed and scrutinized for safety, and the output includes an
estimate of whether the code is simple enough that HTML rendering will look acceptable.
The program was written by Tomasz Wegrzanowski for use with MediaWiki; it's included as part of the MediaWiki package (http://www.mediawiki.org) and is under the GPL license.