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dh-ocaml notably contains the following components:
* Makefile helpers to write debian/rules files implementing OCaml
packaging best-practices (both for CDBS lovers and haters)
* the Debian OCaml Packaging Policy
* dh_ocaml debhelper to automatically computes dependencies among
binary OCaml packages
* ocaml-md5sums, the tool used to maintain the system registry of
OCaml module interface checksums
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Located in Package: dh-ocaml
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* Remove inline translations from *.desktop, *.server, *.schemas, and
*.policy files and replace them with a link to the gettext domain, so that
strings in them will get translated at runtime from *.mo files. This allows
language packs to ship updated translations.
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Located in Package: dh-translations
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This package contains:
align-string - align string components over several lines;
all - edit all lines matching a given regexp;
apache-mode - major mode for editing Apache configuration files;
ascii - ASCII code display for character under point;
auto-fill-inhibit - finer grained control over auto-fill-mode;
bar-cursor - change your cursor to a bar instead of a block;
bm - visible bookmarks in buffers;
boxquote - quote texts in nice boxes;
browse-huge-tar - browse tar files without reading them into memory;
browse-kill-ring - browse, search, modify the kill ring;
clipper - save strings of data for further use;
coffee - now Emacs can even brew coffee;
color-theme - changes the colors used within Emacs;
csv-mode - major mode for comma-separated value files;
ctypes - enhanced Font lock support for custom defined types;
cwebm - a modified CWEB/WEB modified mode;
dedicated - make a window dedicated to a single buffer;
df - display in the mode line space left on devices;
dict - wrapper around the 'dict' command. (Depends on bash and dict)
diminish - shorten or erase modeline presence of minor modes;
dir-locals - provides directory-wide local variables;
edit-env - display, edit, delete and add environment variables;
egocentric - highlight your name inside emacs buffers;
ff-paths - $PATH-like searching in C-x C-f;
filladapt - enhances Emacs's built-in adaptive fill;
floatbg - slowly modify background color;
framepop - display temporary buffers in a dedicated frame;
graphviz-dot-mode.el - mode for the dot-language used by graphviz (att).
highlight-beyond-fill-column - highlight lines that are too long;
highlight-completion - highlight completions in the minibuffer;
highlight-current-line - highlight line where the cursor is;
home-end - alternative Home and End commands;
htmlize - HTML-ize font-lock buffers;
initsplit - split customizations into different files;
joc-toggle-buffer - fast switching between two buffers;
joc-toggle-case - a set of functions to toggle the case of characters;
keydef - a simpler way to define key mappings;
keywiz - Emacs key sequence quiz;
lcomp - list-completion hacks;
maplev - major mode for Maple;
map-lines - map a command over lines matching a regexp;
markdown-mode - major mode for editing Markdown files;
marker-visit - navigate through a buffer's marks in order;
matlab - major mode for MatLab dot-m files;
minibuf-electric - electric minibuffer behavior from XEmacs;
minibuffer-complete-cycle - cycle through the *Completions* buffer;
miniedit - enhanced editing for minibuffer fields;
mutt-alias - lookup and insert the expansion of mutt mail aliases;
muttrc-mode - major mode for editing Mutt config files;
obfusurl - obfuscate an URL;
pack-windows - resize all windows to display as much info as possible;
perldoc - show help for Perl functions and modules. (Depends on perl-doc);
pod-mode - major mode for editing POD files;
pp-c-l - display Control-l characters in a pretty way;
projects - create project-based meaningful buffer names;
prot-buf - protect buffers from accidental killing;
protocols - perform lookups in /etc/protocols;
quack - enhanced support for editing and running Scheme code;
rfcview - view IETF RFCs with readability-improved formatting;
services - perform lookups in /etc/services;
session - saves settings between Emacs invocations and visits to a file;
setnu - setnu-mode, a vi-style line number mode;
shell-command - enables tab-completion for shell-command;
show-wspace - highlight whitespaces of various kinds;
silly-mail - generate bozotic mail headers;
slang-mode.el - a major-mode for editing S-Lang scripts;
sys-apropos - interface for the *nix apropos command;
tabbar - Display a tab bar in the header line;
tail - "tail -f" a file or a command from within Emacs;
tc - cite text with proper filling;
thinks - quote texts in cartoon-like think bubbles;
tlc - major mode for editing Target Language Compiler scripts;
tld - explain top-level domain names;
todoo - major mode for editing TODO files;
toggle-option - easily toggle frequently toggled options;
twiddle - mode line hacks to keep you awake;
under - underline a region with ^ characters;
upstart-mode - mode for editing upstart files;
wdired - rename files editing their names in dired buffers;
xrdb-mode - mode for editing X resource database files.
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Inviso, an Erlang trace tool. With the inviso API, runtime components can be started and tracing managed across a network of distributed Erlang nodes, using a control component also started with inviso API functions.
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cover - A coverage analysis tool for Erlang.
cprof - A profiling tool that shows how many times each function
is called. Uses a kind of local call trace breakpoints containing
counters to achieve very low runtime performance degradation.
eprof - A time profiling tool; measures how time is used in Erlang
programs. Predecessor of fprof (see below).
fprof - Another Erlang profiler; measures how time is used in Erlang
programs. Uses trace to file to minimize runtime performance
impact, and displays time for calling and called functions.
instrument - Utility functions for obtaining and analyzing resource
usage in an instrumented Erlang runtime system.
make - A make utility for Erlang similar to UNIX make.
tags - A tool for generating Emacs TAGS files from Erlang source
files.
xref - A cross reference tool. Can be used to check dependencies
between functions, modules, applications and releases.
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Elastic Utility Computing Architecture for Linking Your Programs To Useful Systems - is an open-source software infrastructure for implementing "cloud computing" on clusters. Eucalyptus Systems is the pioneer in open source cloud computing technology that delivers hybrid cloud deployments for enterprise data centers. Leveraging Linux and web service technologies that commonly exist in today's IT infrastructure, Eucalyptus enables customers to quickly and easily create elastic clouds in minutes. This "no lock-in" approach provides users with ultimate flexibility when delivering their SLAs.
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Translated and reviewed by Mario Blättermann on 2010-03-12
Located in Package: euca2ools
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Eucalyptus is more than just virtualization. Along with building virtual machines, the technology supports the network and storage infrastructure within the cloud environment. Eucalyptus works with multiple flavors of Linux including Ubuntu, OpenSuse, Debian, and CentOS. Eucalyptus currently supports Xen and KVM hypervisors. These tools are meant to be CLI compatible with the ec2-api-tools.
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Located in Package: euca2ools
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FOP is a print formatter driven by XSL formatting objects. It is a Java application that reads a formatting object tree and then turns it into a PDF document. The formatting object tree can be in the form of an XML document (output by an XSLT engine like xalan) or can be passed in memory as a DOM Document or (in the case of xalan) SAX events.
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FOP is a print formatter driven by XSL formatting objects. It is a Java 1.1 application that reads a formatting object tree and then turns it into a PDF document. The formatting object tree can be in the form of an XML document (output by an XSLT engine like xalan) or can be passed in memory as a DOM Document or (in the case of xalan) SAX events.
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Located in Package: fop-doc
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* Fast lookups: A successful lookup in a large database normally takes
just two disk accesses. An unsuccessful lookup takes only one.
* Low overhead: A database uses 2048 bytes, plus 24 bytes per record,
plus the space for keys and data.
* No random limits: cdb can handle any database up to 4 gigabytes.
There are no other restrictions; records don't even have to fit into
memory. Databases are stored in a machine-independent format.
* Fast atomic database replacement: cdbmake can rewrite an entire
database two orders of magnitude faster than other hashing packages.
* Fast database dumps: cdbdump prints the contents of a database in
cdbmake-compatible format.
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Located in Package: freecdb
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