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  • Nettle is a low-level cryptographic library that is designed to fit easily in more or less any context: In crypto toolkits for object-oriented languages (C++, Python, Pike, ...), in applications like LSH or GNUPG, or even in kernel space.

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  • liboop / liboop

    GNU Lesser General Public License v2.1 only

    Liboop is a low-level event loop management library for POSIX-based operating systems. It supports the development of modular, multiplexed applications which may respond to events from several sources. It replaces the “select() loop” and allows the registration of event handlers for file and network I/O, timers and signals. Since processes use these mechanisms for almost all external communication, liboop can be used as the basis for almost any application.

    Initially developed by Dan Egnor, liboop is now maintained by Niels Möller and Per Cederqvist.

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  • pikelang / pike

    Mozilla Public License 1.1

    Pike programming language http://pike.lysator.liu.se/

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  • Nettle is a low-level cryptographic library that is designed to fit easily in more or less any context: In crypto toolkits for object-oriented languages (C++, Python, Pike, ...), in applications like LSH or GNUPG, or even in kernel space.

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  • Port for FreeBSD with Lysator specific fork of SLiM.

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  • Nettle is a low-level cryptographic library that is designed to fit easily in more or less any context: In crypto toolkits for object-oriented languages (C++, Python, Pike, ...), in applications like LSH or GNUPG, or even in kernel space.

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  • Nettle is a low-level cryptographic library that is designed to fit easily in more or less any context: In crypto toolkits for object-oriented languages (C++, Python, Pike, ...), in applications like LSH or GNUPG, or even in kernel space.

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  • LSH / lsh

    GNU General Public License v2.0 or later

    A GNU implementation of the Secure Shell protocols.

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  • A collection of programs to facilitate TCP programming in shell-scripts. Originally written by Thomas Bellman.

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  • Nettle is a low-level cryptographic library that is designed to fit easily in more or less any context: In crypto toolkits for object-oriented languages (C++, Python, Pike, ...), in applications like LSH or GNUPG, or even in kernel space.

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  • Some extra Nagios plugins.

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  • Niels Möller / instr16

    GNU General Public License v3.0 only

    Experimental instruction set, 16-bit opcodes, 16 registers

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  • This is cmod, which provides modularized initialization of environment variables such as PATH. Once cmod is installed and configured typing “module add tex” might add /sw/tex/teTeX/bin/sparc-solaris2.5.1 to PATH, /sw/tex/teTeX/man to MANPATH, etc. Cmod provides a way for the system administrator to define module files (such as “tex”) that modify the environment in well-defined ways. It allows the user to select the modules that should be active; the user can also override the modules provided by the administrator.

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  • Nettle is a low-level cryptographic library that is designed to fit easily in more or less any context: In crypto toolkits for object-oriented languages (C++, Python, Pike, ...), in applications like LSH or GNUPG, or even in kernel space.

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  • Nettle is a low-level cryptographic library that is designed to fit easily in more or less any context: In crypto toolkits for object-oriented languages (C++, Python, Pike, ...), in applications like LSH or GNUPG, or even in kernel space.

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  • Fernando Ortiz / liboop

    GNU Lesser General Public License v2.1 only

    Liboop is a low-level event loop management library for POSIX-based operating systems. It supports the development of modular, multiplexed applications which may respond to events from several sources. It replaces the “select() loop” and allows the registration of event handlers for file and network I/O, timers and signals. Since processes use these mechanisms for almost all external communication, liboop can be used as the basis for almost any application.

    Initially developed by Dan Egnor, liboop is now maintained by Niels Möller and Per Cederqvist.

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  • Magnus Holmgren / liboop

    GNU Lesser General Public License v2.1 only

    Liboop is a low-level event loop management library for POSIX-based operating systems. It supports the development of modular, multiplexed applications which may respond to events from several sources. It replaces the “select() loop” and allows the registration of event handlers for file and network I/O, timers and signals. Since processes use these mechanisms for almost all external communication, liboop can be used as the basis for almost any application.

    Initially developed by Dan Egnor, liboop is now maintained by Niels Möller and Per Cederqvist.

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  • Andreas Kempe / statusrad

    BSD 2-Clause "Simplified" License

    Statusrad för FreeBSD

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  • Per Cederqvist / mcwm

    BSD Zero Clause License

    My fork of mcwm, containing bugfixes and personal configuration changes. See http://hack.org/mc/projects/mcwm/ for the original project.

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  • My photo management system.

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