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This package includes the static libraries and header files for TDS, which you will need to develop applications that connect to MS SQL servers. You will also need this package if you are installing the Perl DBD::Sybase module on your system using CPAN.
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Translated and reviewed by Mario Blättermann on 2010-03-12
Located in Package: freetds-dev
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There is one open-source C++ parser, the C++ front-end to GCC, which is currently able to deal with the language in its entirety. The purpose of the GCC-XML extension is to generate an XML description of a C++ program from GCC's internal representation. Since XML is easy to parse, other development tools will be able to work with C++ programs without the burden of a complicated C++ parser.
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Translated and reviewed by Mario Blättermann on 2010-03-12
Located in Package: gccxml
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Expand dependencies in a list of seed packages
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Translated and reviewed by Mario Blättermann on 2010-03-12
Located in Package: germinate
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Germinate takes lists of seed packages and expands their dependencies to produce a full list of packages. This can be used for purposes such as managing the list of packages present in a derived distribution's archive or CD builds.
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Translated and reviewed by Mario Blättermann on 2010-03-12
Located in Package: python3-germinate Package: germinate
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Red Hat cluster suite - global file system tools
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Located in Package: gfs-tools
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Note: the package requires gfs2-tools installed; this is known to be reliable even though the GFS2 kernel modules themselves are highly experimental and *MUST NOT* be used in a production environment yet.
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Located in Package: gfs-tools
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Red Hat cluster suite - global file system 2 tools
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Located in Package: gfs2-tools
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The Global File System allows a cluster of machines to concurrently access shared storage hardware like SANs or iSCSI and network block devices. GFS can be deployed to build high-availability services without the single point of failure of a file server.
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Located in Package: gfs2-tools Package: gfs-tools
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This package contains tools for creating and managing global file systems. GFS itself is a set of kernel modules.
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Located in Package: gfs2-tools Package: gfs-tools
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The GFS2 kernel modules themselves are highly experimental and *MUST NOT* be used in a production environment yet.
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Located in Package: gfs2-tools
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