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Bonsai is a suite of programs, implementing the Bonsai framework for creating, managing, and using contracted code. Provides an easy to use, reliable, and efficient way for multiple parties to reuse each others' code and ensure contract adherence.
LuaDist is a CMake built module distribution and deployment tool for the Lua programming language. It aims to achieve zero configuration runtime environment for Lua modules and libraries be it source or binary.
Nixstaller is an Open Source project with the goal to create user friendly and flexible installers that work on various UNIX like systems. Some of its features are: small size overhead, large compatibility, Lua scripting and few dependencies.3 weekly downloads
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With 'nixstaller' you can easily make installers for unix like systems. It will support several GUI frontends such as ncurses, Qt, GTK2 and FLTK.1 weekly downloads
Tcl-Pkg is a GUI application written in Tcl/Tk. It gives you informations about Tcl-related software on the Internet. Then you will find their updates and download them. This is also the home of Lua-Markdoc, a documentation tool written in Lua.
iPods, PDAs, and mobile phones are locked down. Thanks to hardcore hackers, you can run Linux-based software on them. Then you can transform them into true read/write tools that free you to create your own gadgets. We are working to make that easy.