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C/C++ compilers and tools to compile and build for targets DOS 16/32-bit, RDOS, Windows 16/32-bit, OS/2 16/32 bit, Linux 32-bit (x86), Netware running on host OS DOS, Windows 16/32/64-bit, OS/2, Linux 32/64-bit (x86/x64)
This is a C library to check the validity of German and Austrian Bank Account Numbers. All currently defined test methods by Deutsche Bundesbank (Dec 2017: 00 to E4) are implemented. Modules for AWK, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby, C#.net and VB.net are included too. The package includes also an IBAN converter to generate (german) IBANs and BICs from account data. All currently defined IBAN rules by Deutsche Bundesbank are implemented (Dec 2017: 57 rules) and tested against independent solutions.
basE91 is an advanced method for encoding binary data as ASCII characters. It is similar to UUencode or base64, but is more efficient. The overhead produced by basE91 depends on the input data. It amounts at most to 23% and can range down to 14%.
gdeptrace dependancy solver correct for pkg or make deps
gdeptrace sorts an input dependancy list or table and prints it, and can do other actions. It's default operation is to act like tsort (1) except that it sorts by pure pkg / make dependancy (tsort sorts by grapical topology: see notes about differences). EXAMPLE: $ echo -e "b e\ne\nc b" | sort -k1,1 | gdeptrace [opts] e b c (b depends on e, c depends on b, e has no depends) (also: e has more items depending on it and is below anything it depends on; in this case the top, all and only by the rules known and given, in order by given where equal) $ echo -e "b e\ne\nc b" | depsort ditto, no opts needed $ libdeps objdump /lib/*.so.* (outputs if missing, load order (deps), rdeps, which are effected by missing lib/s, etc, see readme) $ doil (a package installer/solver like apt-get+dpkg which uses gdeptrace, see doil on Source Forge) dep-trace is now "gdeptrace" to ease packaging compatibility
Analyze the game of Ryzom to enhance player efficiency and enjoyment.
edifact2awk is a small C program that parses an EDIFACT file and converts it to a flat text file which may then be easily parsed by the AWK textprocessing language (including by other script languages like Perl, Python, Visual Basic, etc.).