- Bochs-Tools is a collection of scripts and programs to be used together with the Bochs emulator. The main goal is to provide a more Unix-like interface to the emulator and to enable access to Bochs disk images from outside of Bochs. This project makes it very simple to copy an existing OS installation to a Bochs image.
- Buildutils provides several new commands for your package setup.py file to help make development easier. It integrates with distutils using --command-packages, or automatically will add commands to all your setuptools projects.
- BusyBox combines tiny versions of many common UNIX utilites into a single small executable. It provides minimalist replacements for most of the utlities you usually find in GNU coreutils. The utilites in BusyBox generally have fewer options than their full-featured GNU cousins. This package is widely used for rescue and embedded systems. It also provides more compact alternatives to other common utilities such as bzip2, dhcp, diffutils, e2fsprogs, file, findutils, gawk, grep, inetutils, less, modutils, net-tools, procps, sed, shadow, sysklogd, sysvinit, tar, util-linux, and vim.
- CPG is an integrated development environment application for creating parsers for conventional compiler implementation, special application compilers, and data structure parsers for message and record set processing. It has both complete GUI and command line interfaces for performing automaton calculations and parser code generation including regular expression, SLR(1), LALR(1), LR(1), conflict resolution, essential error entry calculation and configuration, unit rule elimination optimization, grammar rule code and parser driver code editing, C++ parser driver and table interfaces, and graphical parser simulation displays.
- 'CalcChecksum' is a simple utility for calculating various checksums easily with a graphical user interface. It can calculate checksums for MD5, MD4, CRC32, SHA1 (SHA160), SHA256, RIPE-MD-160, TIGER, HAVAL (128, 160, 192, 224, 256 with 3, 4 or 5 passes) of files or text-strings, and runs on all 32 and 64 bit platforms that KDE 3.1 and QT 3.1 run on.
- 'ccl' is the 'customizable configuration library': a collection of functions for application programmers who want to interface with user-editable configuration files containing key/value pairs. The comment, key/value, and string literal delimiters can be programatically specified at runtime. 'ccl' is designed to be simple and portable; it has a small interface consisting of five functions. It uses avl's implemenation of binary search trees for backend storage.
- 'cereal' is an emulation framework able to emulate 8051-compatible CPUs and connected devices, designed to allow easy addition of other (application-specific) devices to emulate.
- 'GNU cflow' analyzes a collection of C source files and prints a graph charting control flow within the program. It can produce both direct and inverted flowgraphs for C sources, or optionally generate a cross-reference listing. It implements either POSIX or GNU (extended) output formats. Input files can optionally be preprocessed before analyzing. The package also provides an Emacs major mode, so users can examine the produced flowcharts in Emacs.
- Cflow2vcg convert the result of the cflow utility in a VCG format. So, it offers the ability to display graphically the call-graph of sources, and import it in documentation.
- Chestnut Package Manager
- Chestnut Package Manager is a utility to handle executables and resource files in a transparent, platform independent and relocatable way. Its concept is similar to Apple bundles and Java archives. It is implemented in Python. The application consists of a Python library and three executables:
- a runner, cnrun, which runs executables identified by the package name, the version and the entry point
- a path resolver, cnpath, which returns the absolute path of a resource given the same identification as above
- a lister, cnls, which provides a list of the packages available, and detailed information about their contents
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