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- annotate-output: run a command and prepend time and stream (O for stdout,
E for stderr) for every line of output
- archpath: print tla/Bazaar package names [tla | bazaar]
- bts: a command-line tool for manipulating the BTS [www-browser,
libauthen-sasl-perl, libnet-smtp-ssl-perl, libsoap-lite-perl, libwww-perl,
bsd-mailx | mailx | mailutils]
- build-rdeps: Searches for all packages that build-depend on a
given package [dctrl-tools]
- chdist: tool to easily play with several distributions [dctrl-tools]
- checkbashisms: check whether a /bin/sh script contains any common
bash-specific contructs
- cowpoke: upload a Debian source package to a cowbuilder host and build it,
optionally also signing and uploading the result to an incoming queue
[ssh-client]
- cvs-debi, cvs-debc: wrappers around debi and debc respectively (see below)
which allow them to be called from the CVS working directory.
[cvs-buildpackage]
- cvs-debrelease: wrapper around debrelease which allows it to be called
from the CVS working directory. [cvs-buildpackage, dupload | dput,
ssh-client]
- cvs-debuild: A wrapper for cvs-buildpackage to use debuild as its package
building program. [cvs-buildpackage, fakeroot, lintian, gnupg]
- dcmd: run a given command replacing the name of a .changes or .dsc file
with each of the files referenced therein
- dcontrol: remotely query package and source control files for all Debian
distributions. [liburl-perl, libwww-perl]
- dd-list: given a list of packages, pretty-print it ordered by maintainer
- debc: display the contents of just-built .debs
- debchange/dch: automagically add entries to debian/changelog files
[libparse-debcontrol-perl, libsoap-lite-perl, lsb-release]
- debcheckout: checkout the development repository of a Debian package
- debclean: purge a Debian source tree [fakeroot]
- debcommit: commit changes to cvs, svn, svk, tla, bzr, git, or hg, basing
commit message on changelog
[cvs | subversion | svk | tla | bzr | git-core | mercurial]
- debdiff: compare two versions of a Debian package to check for
added and removed files [wdiff, patchutils]
- debi: install a just-built package
- debpkg: dpkg wrapper to be able to manage/test packages without su
- debrelease: wrapper around dupload or dput [dupload | dput, ssh-client]
- debsign, debrsign: sign a .changes/.dsc pair without needing any of
the rest of the package to be present; can sign the pair remotely
or fetch the pair from a remote machine for signing [gnupg,
debian-keyring, ssh-client]
- debsnap: grab packages from http://snapshot.debian.net [wget]
- debuild: wrapper to build a package without having to su or worry
about how to invoke dpkg to build using fakeroot. Also deals
with common environment problems, umask etc. [fakeroot,
lintian, gnupg]
- deb-reversion: increases a binary package version number and repacks the
archive
- desktop2menu: produce a skeleton menu file from a freedesktop.org
desktop file [libfile-desktopentry-perl]
- dget: downloads Debian source and binary packages [wget | curl]
- dpkg-depcheck, dpkg-genbuilddeps: determine the packages used during
the build of a Debian package; useful for determining the Build-Depends
control field needed [build-essential, strace]
- diff2patches: extract patches from a .diff.gz file placing them under
debian/ or, if present, debian/patches [patchutils]
- dscverify: verify the integrity of a Debian package from the
.changes or .dsc files [gnupg, debian-keyring, libdigest-md5-perl]
- getbuildlog: download package build logs from Debian auto-builders [wget]
- grep-excuses: grep the update_excuses.html file for your packages
[libterm-size-perl, wget, w3m]
- licensecheck: attempt to determine the license of source files
- list-unreleased: searches for unreleased packages
- manpage-alert: locate binaries without corresponding manpages [man-db]
- mass-bug: mass-file bug reports [bsd-mailx | mailx | mailutils]
- mergechanges: merge .changes files from a package built on different
architectures
- mk-build-deps: Given a package name and/or control file, generate a binary
package which may be installed to satisfy the build-dependencies of the
given packages. [equivs]
- namecheck: Check project names are not already taken.
- nmudiff: mail a diff of the current package against the previous version
to the BTS to assist in tracking NMUs [patchutils, mutt]
- plotchangelog: view a nice plot of the data in a changelog file
[libtimedate-perl, gnuplot]
- pts-subscribe: subscribe to the PTS for a limited period of time
[bsd-mailx | mailx | mailutils, at]
- rc-alert: list installed packages which have release-critical bugs [wget]
- rmadison: remotely query the Debian archive database about packages
[wget | curl, liburi-perl]
- svnpath: print svn repository paths [subversion]
- tagpending: runs from a Debian source tree and tags bugs that are to
be closed in the latest changelog as pending. [libsoap-lite-perl]
- transition-check: Check a list of source packages for involvement in
transitions for which uploads to unstable are currently blocked
[libwww-perl, libyaml-syck-perl]
- uscan: scan upstream sites for new releases of packages
[libcrypt-ssleay-perl, libwww-perl, unzip, lzma]
- uupdate: integrate upstream changes into a source package [patch]
- whodepends: check which maintainers' packages depend on a package
- who-uploads: determine the most recent uploaders of a package to the Debian
archive [gnupg, debian-keyring, debian-maintainers, wget]
- wnpp-alert: list installed packages which are orphaned or up for
adoption [wget]
- wnpp-check: check whether there is an open request for packaging or
intention to package bug for a package [wget]
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Located in Package: devscripts
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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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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;
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;
cua - emulate CUA key bindings (C-z undo, C-x cut, C-c copy, C-v paste);
cyclebuffer - select buffer by cycling through;
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;
dirvars - 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;
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;
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
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;
wdired - rename files editing their names in dired buffers;
xrdb-mode - mode for editing X resource database files.
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Located in Package: emacs-goodies-el
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As well as some packages included or superseded in emacs22 and emacs23 for use in other flavors:
cfengine - major mode for editing cfengine scripts;
ibuffer - advanced replacement for the `buffer-menu';
ido - a faster way to switch buffers and get files;
newsticker - a newsticker for Emacs. (Depends on wget)
nuke-trailing-whitespace - kill the trailing blanks at end of lines;
table - create and edit WYSIWYG text based embedded tables;
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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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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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* 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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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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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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Located in Package: gccxml
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Expand dependencies in a list of seed packages
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Located in Package: germinate
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