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pygtk2reference 2.8.1 by pygtk2reference Team
pygtk2reference describes the classes of the Python PyGTK module.
This document describes most of the PyGTK version 2.0 through 2.6 classes and their methods and associated functions.
Deprecated classes, functions and methods have been specifically left out of this reference though classes tha…
Emdros 1.2.0 pre231 by Ulrik Petersen
Emdros is an Open-Source text database engine for storage and retrieval of analyzed or annotated text.
Emdros has a powerful query-language for asking relevant questions of the data.
Emdros has wide applicability in fields that deal with analyzed or annotated text. Application domains include…
GO::TermFinder 0.7 by Gavin Sherlock, Elizabeth Boyle and Ihab Awad
GO::TermFinder is a Perl module that can identify GO nodes that annotate a group of genes with a significant p-value.
This package is intended to provide a method whereby the P-values of a set of GO annotations can be determined for a set of genes, based on the number of genes that exist in the p…
Cervisia 2.4 by Christian Loose
Cervisia is a GUI frontend for the version control system CVS. Cervisia project has features like a blame-annotated view, tagging and branching, a changelog editor coupled with the commit dialog and view of the log messages in a tree and list form.
Cervisia is shipped with the KDESDK package.
Blame 1.3.1 by Michael Chapman
Blame displays the last modification for each line in an RCS file. Blame is the RCS equivalent of CVS's annotate command.
An annotated RCS file describes the revision and date in which each line was added to the file, and the author of each line.…
Kacheck/J 5.0 by Christian Grothoff and Jan Vitek
Kacheck/J is an encapsulation checker for Java. Xynth project is an portable and embedded interface between display hardware (the mouse, keyboard, and video displays) and the desktop environment that works on many hardware, including embedded devices.
Kacheck/J was developed using the XTC framework…
Callplot 0.1 by Dave Ladd
Callplot is a tool for drawing "call-flow" diagrams of the kind common in the telecommunications industry. Input to the tool is in a terse textual notation, and output from the tool can be in several formats, including "ASCII-art", pic format, XML, SVG, and VML.
The -pic option produces pic(1) fo…
Annozilla 0.6.6 by Matthew Wilson
Annozilla is a Firefox extension which uses an Annotea annotations server.
This is the the Annozilla project, designed to view and create annotations associated with a web page, as defined by the W3C Annotea project.
The idea is to store annotations as RDF on a server, using XPointer (or at l…
dwdiff 1.21 by G.P. Halkes
dwdiff is a front-end for the diff program that operates at the word level instead of the line level.
dwdiff project is different from wdiff in that it allows the user to specify what should be considered whitespace, and in that it takes an optional list of characters that should be considered de…
Gantry::Docs::TOC 3.38 by Tim Keefer
Gantry::Docs::TOC is a table of contents for Gantry::Docs::* documentation modules.
What should I read?
This document is a brief annotated list of each Gantry::Docs::* module.
Describes the history, features, and motivation behind Gantry.
Explains how database co…
JewelCLI 0.4 by Tim Wood
JewelCLI provides an API to parse command line arguments. JewelCLI uses Java annotations to present a very simple but powerful interface. Options are defined using an annotated Java interface definition.
This allow a declarative style which can be much clearer than the procedural style used by so…
trace2html 0.2.1 by Olivier Grisel
trace2html is a HTML coverage report generator for trace.py.
trace2html is a utility to convert execution coverage data obtained with the trace module of the standard Python library into a set of human readable HTML documents showing a sortable summary and annotated source files.
Class::MakeMethods::Docs::ToDo 1.01 by Class::MakeMethods Team
Class::MakeMethods::Docs::ToDo is a Perl module with ideas, problems, and suggestions.
There are lots of things that could be done to improve this module.
Issues about the distribution and supporting files, rather than the code:
Make sure that…
Concurrent Hierarchical State Machine 4.2 by Paul J. Lucas and Fabio Riccardi
Concurrent Hierarchical State Machine (CHSM) is a language system for specifying concurrent, hierarchical, finite state machines (an implementation of "statecharts") to model and control reactive systems.
CHSM uses its own statechart specification langauge annotated with either C++ or Java code f…
d command 5.3 by Dave Yost
The d command runs a command in the background and redirects its output to a file. The output file is annotated with start and end time, the actual command used, cwd, host, etc.
You can ask the d command to extract the last command from the output file and run it again, you can ask it to append t…
Kaspaliste 0.96 by Jan M?ller
Kaspaliste is a knowledge database which handles all types of books, articles, journals, webpages, etc.
This program is BETA software! It is based on a reliable database server, so complete data loss is not very likely. But other (hopefully minor) problems may occur. BACKUP YOUR DATABASE FRREQUEN…
Split-Dist 1.1.7 by Thomas Mailund
Split-Dist calculates the number of splits (edges) that differs for two trees. The split-dist program, sdist reads in a set of trees in Newick format and calculates which of the edges/splits are shared between them. The result is given in the form of a matrix, where entry i,j gives the number of edg…
OProfile 0.9.2 by John Levon
OProfile is a system-wide profiler for Linux systems, capable of profiling all running code at low overhead. It is released under the GNU GPL.
It consists of a kernel driver and a daemon for collecting sample data, and several post-profiling tools for turning data into information.
Shed Skin 0.0.15 by Mark Dufour
Shed Skin is an experimental Python-to-C++ compiler. Shed Skin accepts pure Python programs, and generates optimized C++ code. This means that, in combination with a C++ compiler, it allows for translation of Python programs into highly efficient machine language. For a set of 16 non-trivial test pr…
Bigtop::Docs::TOC 0.18 by Phil Crow
Bigtop::Docs::TOC is a table of contents for Bigtop::Docs::* documentation modules.
What Should I Read?
This document is a brief annotated list of each Bigtop::Docs::* module.
Here are the highlights:
Lazy people should start with Bigtop::Docs::TentTut
Those allergic to web apps…
- Desktop Environment
- Science and Engineering
- Text Editing&Processing