The aw script is written so that you can browse web sites through the command line by specifying where to look at in a concise manner. It can also be used to make an excerpt of web sites.
Android adb backup extractor and creator
Create a single adb backup for each app /sd and inform of missing apks
This project consists of two shell scrips. One splits an adb backup into several ones by app name extracting the contents of the tars to a temporal folder and then re-taring everything to get the individual ab for each android app. The other shell script uses Tar Binary Splitter to divide the main tar inside the adb backup without extracting anything from the tar, so is by far the best method. Other software is needed. The bundle is included in Android Backup Extractor, with the full README as well: https://sourceforge.net/projects/adbextractor/
Collection of several utilities to work with android backups
It contains the six following projects, both source code and binaries (see README.TXT on Files tab for more details): * Android Backup Extractor * Android Backup Splitter * Android Timestamp Keeper * Helium Backup Extractor * No ADB backup app lister * Tar Binary Splitter
Apostilator is a XML based front end to LaTeX that simplifies the process of writing all kinds of documents from letters to books, reports and articles. It's easy to customize and create templates defining a style for all your documents.
Apricot is just a comprehensive and mainly PHP-based API to assist developing applications of any kind (web based or not) on a solid space of modern features such as DBMS abstraction, AJAX and XML from the lower to a middle level.
BibCollect is a free utility for the automatic download of BibTex entries from various public databases. It searches for citations in Latex files and automatically assembles an appropriate BibTex file.
The project is an equivalent of a well known systems administration tool "cfengine". The aim of the project is to provide a safer and extensible framework for distributed system configuration management, using standard tools only.
A tool to register and superpose CTF MEG SAM(g2) result and MRI image into one gray-level image.
CUPS PDF2Mail is a PDF writer backend for CUPS. The Shell Scripts Printing a file on a CUPS printer using this backend area. PDF2Mail emailed the Printed PDF back to the user via Postfix.
ConvertMake is a developer tool for Mac OS X that converts command line build systems into Apple's Xcode .xcodeproj project format.
The dcmrelay is a set of utilities to relay dicom images or studies from dicom compliant modalities to different remote destinations where those images are needed for teleradiology, diagnosis or archive purposes. It mediates and anonymize images.
DIET-PC (DIskless Embedded Technology Personal Computer) is a software kitset enabling IT professionals to build an open source GUI appliance based on commodity x86 (PC), PowerPC (Mac) or ARM (handheld) hardware, using an embedded Linux methodology.
Cookbook Style Document for DocBook Customizations
The DoCookBook project aims to create an open source book about DocBook and the DocBook XSL stylesheets written as a cookbook and released under a Creative Commons license.
DocBook Publishing Made Easy with a Single Command
ATTENTION: The DAPS project moved to https://github.com/openSUSE/daps The suse-xsl-stylesheets have moved to https://github.com/openSUSE/suse-xsl The Discussion forum is still open. The DocBook Authoring and Publishing Suite (DAPS) is providing a tool set for easy creation and publication of DocBook sources on Linux. DAPS lets you create HTML (incl. webhelp), PDF, EPUB, man pages, and other formats with a single command. It automatically takes care of validating and filtering (profiling) your sources and automatically converts images into a format best suited for the output format. Furthermore one can easily create profiled source tarballs for translation or review. DAPS supports authors by providing linkchecker, validator, spellchecker, and editor macros. It is perfectly suited to manage large documentation projects with multiple authors using the DAPS docmanager.
An electronic application through which individuals can access, manage and share their health information, and that of others for whom they are authorized, in a private, secure, and confidential environment.
DPRK pull is a script that pulls the English language North Korean news articles from the KCNA website and puts them into one file for reading by a Text to Speech program.
The Dublin Core Meta Toolkit transforms data collected via different methods into Dublin Core compatible meta data. The Toolkit is ideal for converting formats from Microsoft Access, MySQL and comma delimited value (CSV).
The Ekaaty project is an free, robust, secure and friendly operative system developed with community participation. It's focused to provides brazilian user's specifics necessities and designed for optimized use of disc space and machine resources.
Elevations moves data from Excel to Unix systems. It connects VBA with Cygwin SSH, CGI and HTTP POST to deliver to a QuantLib C++ server through pipes. Provides C++ classes to process CSV files and the strings to C++ types. File schema definitions.
ForeRunner X01 toolkit provides an easy access to Forerunner 201/301/305/305E GPS-units. There are multiple command line tools to read data from GPS into database and tools to export data in different formats like gpx and tcx.
Statistiques de profil pour géocacheur
Génération de statistiques et autres badges pour incorporer dans le profil public sur geocaching.com
HHC provides a simple and automatic configuration tool for Hadoop.