Developer Tools

Applications for development

Cacher

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Cacher is a code snippet library for professional developers. Use it to build a technical knowledge base for you and your team.

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Konjure

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Konjures primary desktop application, used to build and upload your website to the decentralized web!

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Textilosaurus

Textilosaurus is simple cross-platform text editor based on Qt and QScintilla. Textilosaurus aims to provide similar workflow as Notepad++ does.

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appimagetool

appimagetool is a tool that lets you generate AppImage files. An AppImage is a self-running bundle that contains an application and everything it needs to run that cannot reasonably expected to be part of each target system.

This can include libraries that are not commonly available on target systems, resources such as translations, icons, fonts, and other auxiliary files. appimagetool makes it easy to take an AppDir (e.g., generated by linuxdeployqt) and turn it into an AppImage.

You can also embed update information so that your users can update the AppImage using binary delta updates with the AppImageUpdate tool. You can also sign the AppImage with GPG.

Authors: AppImage

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perl-executing-browser

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Perl Executing Browser (PEB) is an HTML5 user interface for Perl 5 desktop applications. By default it runs local Perl 5 scripts as child processes with no server and is implemented as a C++ executable based on the Qt 5 libraries. Inspired by Electron and NW.js, PEB is another reuse of web technologies in desktop applications with Perl doing the heavy lifting instead of Node.js.

Authors: ddmitov

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strans

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strans (string transform) is an intuitive string manipulation utility for the shell (primarily Unix, but should work cross-platform). The user does not need to know any programming. All she needs to do is provide strans with a set of examples. strans will automagically learn transformation rules from these examples and apply them to the input given on STDIN.

Authors: Inventitech

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