Sabuesonix is a desktop search engine. It can explore your PDF, TXT and HTML files (and more in the future) and create an index for quick documents search.
Tool to find symbols in Library or Executable
This tool is handcrafted for developer to find symbols listed inside Library and Executables. Upgrading for demangling support.
DFA library is a regular expression library capable of the classic RE syntax (i.e. - without any perl extension). Unlike many other libraries with similar functionality, a deterministic finite automata (DFA) is used. DFA was formerly called npcre, wh
a Finding, Sorting and Converting free software (file manipulation)
The aim of this project is to develop, in the cleanest way (respecting GNU standards and portability), a C++ GUI program, named Fisoco, permetting to users to organize their files (particularly music, for instance) at home. You will be able to locate files on the system, to delete them, to move them, to convert them, to rename them, etc. Fisoco means FInding, SOrting and COnverting. It is perhaps not the final name, but it sounds well to me. Its development is progressing slowly, as the developper learn how does work C++ and gtkmm.
A simple full text search tool that finds files matching a search expression in a directory tree.
JavaCat is an app for managing files on your different drives (cds, hdds...). It's especially usefull for searching files on your exchangeable drives such as cds and dvds. Instead of digging through several disc just use JavaCat to find reqired file and
Development and support of OCFA have been discontinued. the code has moved to these github repositories: https://github.com/DNPA/OcfaLib https://github.com/DNPA/OcfaArch https://github.com/DNPA/OcfaJavaLib https://github.com/DNPA/OcfaModules https://github.com/DNPA/OcfaDoc If you are interested in contributing to ongoing work on the creation of a community maintained OCFA inspired computer forensic framework, please join the Mattock/MattockFS community page on G+: https://plus.google.com/communities/102487198908055860744
Plait (pronounced "play") is a command-line jukebox and music player front-end. It understands brief queries that pick a single song, mix queries that combine works from multiple artists, and stream queries that find Shoutcast radio streams.
Pwim utilizes python to find through a given set of directories the string, or strings, that you meant to play. For example, 'pwim pick ice' will yeild you 'maison ikoku - The Pillows - ice pick.wmv' to be played with whatever media player of your choice.
A graphical tool to find and display source code symbols generated by Exuberant ctags.
Xapian is a Search Engine Library, written in C++ with bindings for Perl, Python, PHP, Java, Tcl, C# and Ruby. Xapian allows you to easily add advanced indexing and search facilities to your applications. See www.xapian.org for more information.
A UNIX style content indexer. Works like good old "locate" and provides functionality similar to tools like Google Desktop.
The domain name system has a tree like structure just like an ordinary file system. This small program could be used to browse it in a similar way as the ordinary file system. The domain name servers just have to allow zone transfer.
eix can access Gentoo portage ebuild information and description very quickly (using a local cache). It can also be used to access information on installed packages, local settings, and local and external overlays, and informs about changes in the tree.
Useful console application to search for largest files on file systems
sfbf (Search For Big Files) is a useful console application to search for largest files on file systems. It brings features such as : - Fast file search to locate largest files - Configurable search depth - Various output formats (txt, json, xml, html, csv) - Regular expression matching This project is licensed under the WTFPL (Do What The Fuck You Want To Public License, Version 2) Copyright © 2017 spypunk firstname.lastname@example.org This work is free. You can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the Do What The Fuck You Want To Public License, Version 2, as published by Sam Hocevar. See the COPYING file for more details.