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CERN Central Library bookmark redesign

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  Analyzed about 23 hours ago

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over 4 years since last commit

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user-export

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  Analyzed 36 minutes ago

Scripts to export your own data from several online services.

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over 8 years since last commit

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mount-image

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  Analyzed 1 day ago

Easy mounting of ISO (and similar) files, from Nautilus or the shell

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about 9 years since last commit

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ping10

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A simple application for bash that asks you to type in a website, then it pings in the background, then tells you if it was successful.

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Licenses: gpl

The informer

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The informer pulls many bash commands into one sleek program that informs you on many aspects of your system, such as structure, terminal type, cpu and network information, an much more. The second edition of it is coming soon! It will feature a more livable interface, and be in color!

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vaxshell

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This is an open source projected maintained by ONE person. This is a shell, much like Windows' Command Prompt/Batch/CMD, or many GNU/Linux based OS Bourne Again Shell (BASH). This is an attempt to have the power of Bash with a familiar C-like syntax. Here's an example of what Vax Scripting would ... [More] look like: ----START_CODE---- use Vax.WindowFunctions; function StartCode() { string[] names = GetOpenWindows(); if (names.Contains("vax")) { ShowMessage("Hey! You're looking at Vax!"); } }----END_CODE---- Source code is written in the C# programming language, and will require .NET Framework 2.0 to run. If you're running Mac OSX or any distribution of GNU/Linux, you will need The Mono Framework, which is a Unix port of .NET. VERSION CHANGELOG: 2.2B - Translated the source into MONO, which makes Vax completely cross platform! The project/source, as well as the visual studio source, will be in the downloads section. (I developed this completely on Debian Linux.) NOTE: Uses a command-line compiler interface because I'm still learning to work with GTK# (Mono port of GTK+) 2.2 - Added Text class into the library, which includes the printf function. Also included a collection class, which now includes Stacks, but currently you are only able to use "Push" and change the count of the stack. 2.0 - Greatly improved Shell stability, upgraded compiler adding 2 output types (DLL & EXE) Added ProcessModule class to the script library. 1.7 - Syntax Updated 1.6 - Added FileIO, Misc, Programs, Windows, String, Security classes to the Script Library. 1.2 - Coded Interpreter & Started Library 1.0 - Outline for a shell. [Less]

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