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The Registry Server (jUDDI) offers a mechanism for humans or software applications to advertise and discover Web services. The Java Web Services Developer Pack (Java WSDP) Registry Server implements Version 2 of the Universal Description, Discovery and I17 weekly downloads
HD DRiVE-iNFO displays hdd and advanced output at Windows command line3 weekly downloads
Linux utility scripts3 weekly downloads
This tool runs as a window service to start and stop rails server on a path and port specified in the .config "C:|Program Files|MA|Rails App Launcher" file on the windows OS.4 weekly downloads
The goal of this project is to implement something that allows you to gain access on a remote machine through the XMPP protocol (you need just a Google account!) in a secure and trusted way.
Greyshell aims to be a complete shell/userland solution to integrate an interpretive language consistently and comprehensively in Linux, although the ideas should be easily portable to any other Unix-type OS.
This is an attempt to provide an alternative, powerful shell environment and occasional programming environment based on the Ruby programming language. It integrates modern scripting concepts from other shell environments.
A feeble attemp of mine, to combine Ruby and YARV into a system interpreter(shell) for any GNU/Linux or other POSIX compliant system (Windows for example), replacing the cryptic and (... generaly not nice to humans) bash/sh.