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NoteSV walks the perl internal table of allocated SVs (scalar values) - (which actually contains arrays and hashes too), and records their addresses in a table. It returns a count of these "things", and stores a pointer to the table (which is obtained from the heap using malloc()) in its argument.
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Located in Package: libdevel-leak-perl
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This is the core event abstraction layer and X abstraction layer that makes doing selections, Xdnd, general X stuff, and event loops, timeouts and idle handlers fast, optimized, and convenient. It's a separate library so anyone can make use of the work put into Ecore to make this job easy for applications
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Located in Package: libecore-dbg
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This is the core event abstraction layer and X abstraction layer that makes doing selections, Xdnd, general X stuff, and event loops, timeouts and idle handlers fast, optimized, and convenient. It's a separate library so anyone can make use of the work put into Ecore to make this job easy for applications.
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Located in Package: libecore-x-svn-05 Package: libecore-txt-svn-05 Package: libecore-svn-05 Package: libecore-job-svn-05 Package: libecore-ipc-svn-05 Package: libecore-input-svn-05 Package: libecore-imf-svn-05 Package: libecore-file-svn-05 Package: libecore-fb-svn-05 Package: libecore-evas-svn-05 Package: libecore-doc Package: libecore-dev Package: libecore-config-svn-05 Package: libecore-con-svn-05
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Eina is a multi-platform library that provides optimized data types and a few tools. It supports the following data types:
- Array
- Hash Table
- Double-linked list
- Red-black tree
- Shared string
- Access Content types
+ Accessor: can access items of a container randomly
+ Iterator: can access items of a container sequentially
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Located in Package: libeina-svn-05 Package: libeina-doc Package: libeina-dev Package: libeina-dbg
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The elf library provides routines to access, and manipulate, Elf object files. It is still not complete, but is required for a number of programs, such as Eli (a state of the art compiler generation system), and Elk (the Extension Language Kit - an implementation of the Scheme programming language.)
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Located in Package: libelfg0-dev Package: libelfg0
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Embryo is primarily a shared library that gives you an API to load and control interpreted programs compiled into an abstract machine bytecode that it understands. This abstract (or virtual) machine is similar to a real machine with a CPU, but it is emulated in software. The architecture is simple and is the same as the abstract machine (AMX) in the SMALL language as it is based on exactly the same code. Embryo has modified the code for the AMX extensively and has made it smaller and more portable. It is VERY small. The total size of the virtual machine code AND header files is less than 2500 lines of code. It includes the floating point library support by default as well. This makes it one of the smallest interpreters around, and thus makes is very efficient to use in code.
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Located in Package: libembryo0
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Exiv2 library supports:
* full read and write access to the EXIF and IPTC metadata of an image
through Exiv2 keys and standard C++ iterators
* a smart IPTC implementation that does not affect data that programs like
Photoshop store in the same image segment
* EXIF MakerNote support:
o MakerNote tags can be accessed just like any other EXIF metadata
o a sophisticated write algorithm avoids corrupting the MakerNote:
* extract and delete methods for EXIF thumbnails (both, JPEG and TIFF
thumbnails)
* set methods for EXIF thumbnails (JPEG only, TIFF thumbnails can be set from
individual tags)
* complete API documentation (by Doxygen)
* generic lower-level classes to access IFD (Image File Directory) data
structures
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Located in Package: libexiv2-6
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FaCiLe is a constraint programming library over integer finite domain written in Objective Caml. It offers all usual facilities to create and manipulate finite domain variables, arithmetic expressions and constraints (possibly non-linear), built-in global constraints and search goals. FaCiLe allows as well to build easily user-defined constraints and goals (including recursive ones), making pervasive use of OCaml higher-order functionals to provide a simple and flexible interface for the user. As FaCiLe is an OCaml library and not "yet another language", the user benefits from type inference and strong typing discipline, high level of abstraction, modules and objects system, as well as native code compilation efficiency, garbage collection and replay debugger, all features of OCaml (among many others) that allow to prototype and experiment quickly: modeling, data processing and interface are implemented with the same powerful and efficient language.
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Located in Package: libfacile-ocaml-dev
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Since the collector does not require pointers to be tagged, it does not attempt to ensure that all inaccessible storage is reclaimed. However it has typically been more successful at reclaiming unused memory than most C programs using explicit deallocation. Unlike manually introduced leaks, the amount of unreclaimed memory typically stays bounded.
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Located in Package: libgc-dev
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GD::Graph::lines - Create a line chart. GD::Graph::bars - Create a bar chart. GD::Graph::points - Create an chart, displaying the data as points. GD::Graph::linespoints - Combination of lines and points. GD::Graph::area - Create a graph, representing the data as areas under a
line.
GD::Graph::mixed - Create a mixed type graph, any combination of the
above. At the moment this is fairly limited. Some of
the options that can be used with some of the
individual graph types won't work very well. Multiple
bar graphs in a mixed graph won't display very nicely.
GD::Graph::pie - Create a pie chart.
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