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reTCP 0.46 by pts
reTCP is a user-space TCP connection redirector with special HTTP proxy support. It can fix common flaws in HTTP requests, log data transfer, and do arbitrary transformations on response headers and content.
-sPORT set source listen (incoming) TCP port to PORT
-SHOST set source liste…
MDV::Repsys 0.08 by Olivier Thauvin
MDV::Repsys is a Perl module to build rpm from a svn.
Set the verbosity verbosity of the module:
1 progress message
2 debug message
Set internals rpm macros that are used by rpm building functions:
mOEvIEs 1.15-STABLE by Michel Storms
mOEvIEs is a low-dependency movie database program.
mOEvIEs is easy to use, and doesn't require a database server to be installed like most programs do.
GTK+ version 2.4.x
Python Image Library
What's New in This Release:
Some small bugs ha…
GtkDatabox 0.7.0.0 by Roland Bock
GtkDatabox is a widget for the Gtk+-library designed to display large amounts of numerical data fast and easy. One or more data sets of thousands of data points (X and Y coordinate) may be displayed and updated in split seconds.
The widget is therfore used in many scientific and private projects…
UNG 20060926.1 by Teri Solow
UNG (UNG's Not Gallery) is a Web gallery script for control freaks, tweakers, and other power users.
Here are some key features of "UNG":
It browses subdirectories (uploaded manually via FTP/SCP/etc.) of a specified location and creates a hierarchy of categories and pictures.
Automatic Revision Control System 0.2.6a by Alastair Poole and Sam Watkins
Automated Revision Control System is used to automatically monitor remote and local git, subversion, CVS, and even rsync repositories.
It notices changes and updates the local and remote repositories almost automatically. It requires either git, subversion, rsync, or CVS, and can be used for Web…
libbatch 1.5 by Manel Cebolla Benedito
libbatch implements typical batch process functions.
These functions include common SQL operations, functions for working with temp files, logging functions (with severity, priority, colors, and verbosity), functions that work with files and directories, and functions for using config files.
SMSender 0.2 by Elmar Hoefner
SMServer is a sms frontend to scmxx. scmxx is a command line tool written by Hendrik Sattler for administrating Siemens mobiles. SMSender is limited to scmxx' sms sending functionality.
SMSender project has been tested with an Siemens S65, but should work with all mobiles supported by scmxx.
Archive::Rar 1.9 by Jean-Marc Boulade
Archive::Rar is a interface with the 'rar' command.
my $rar =new Archive::Rar();
-size => $size_of_parts,
-archive => $archive_filename,
-files => @list_of_files,
This is a module for the handling of rar archives.
Kefir PR3 by Yaakov Nemoy
Kefir is a code generator that writes wrapper code around Glade files.
Kefir takes glade files and writes a wrapper object for each window in Python, with methods corresponding to the given callbacks entered in glade. While it won't create a sane application model for you, it will make it very si…
x-fontperf 1.1 by Holger Pfaff
x-fontperf is a small utility to measure font rendering/loading time in an x11 environment. Originally intended to see if there is any notable performance difference between a separate font server and local font rendering.
It actually does three different tests:
1) Loading the same font sever…
jclassinfo 0.19.1 by anarxia
jclassinfo reads java class files and provides information about the class, dependencies and more. It is a pure C implementantion.
Here are some key features of "jclassinfo":
Java VM version required,
interfaces implemented. --general-info
SlackUpdate 0.7.1 by Rob Hunter
SlackUpdate is a bash script that can be used to check for, download, and install Slackware updates.
SlackUpdate currently supports: Slackware 8.1 - 10.1, and current.
Here are some key features of "SlackUpdate":
Multiple server support
Multiple Runlevel support
Auto update mode Runlevel…
Network Security Analysis Tool 1.5 by mixter
Network Security Analysis Tool is a fast, stable bulk security scanner designed to audit remote network services and check for versions, security problems, gather information about the servers and the machine, and much more.
A manpage providing extensive information on NSAT has been included in…
SystemImager 3.7.5 by Brian Elliott Finley
SystemImager is software that automates Linux installs, software distribution, and production deployment.
SystemImager makes it easy to do automated installs (clones), software distribution, content or data distribution, configuration changes, and operating system updates to your network of Linux…
Convert::Translit 1.03 by Genji Schmeder
Convert::Translit, transliterate, build_substitutes is a Perl module for string conversion among numerous character sets.
$translator = new Convert::Translit($result_chset);
$translator = new Convert::Translit($orig_chset, $result_chset);
OMake 0.9.8 by Jason Hickey
OMake is a build system with a similar style and syntax to GNU make but with many additional features, including support for large projects spanning multiple directories, default configuration files simplifying the standard compilation tasks, support for commands that produce several targets at once…
explainBot 1.0.4 by Michael Wojciechowski
ExplainBot is a single minded IRC bot. Its single purpose is to allow users of a channel to query/store/change information directly from an IRC channel. Administrative features like giving op, setting topic etc. are not implemented and never will be. Another two bots do the same thing
Here are so…
Nmap Log Stripp3r 1.0 by Marshall Whittaker
Nmap Log Stripp3r program is intended to be a way to condense all, or some, of the IPs of a "random" nmap scan into a file for later usage.
Common uses are to be able to feed the file back into nmap with the -iL switch, or feeding it into another port or vulnerability scanner of your choice.
cdevour 1.01 by Brendan Becker and C. M. Chick
cdevour script is designed to make CD ripping painless. Aside from swapping discs, it aims for as little user interaction as possible. Drives are continually polled for discs. Upon finding a disc in a drive, it determines what CD it is, makes sure it has enough disk space, and rips.
Names are ret…
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