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A tool to analyze Java code
doctorj analyzes Java code, performing documentation verification, statistics generation and syntax analysis. . Homepage: http://www.incava.org/projects/java/doctorj/index.html
Configurable global hotkeys for pidgin
gaim-hotkeys is a dummy package that eases the transition to pidgin and depends on pidgin-hotkeys. It can be removed safely.
Installs plugins for the Claws Mail mailer
This is a metapackage to install core plugin packages provided by the Claws Mail sources. Historically these were the only plugins provided along with Claws Mail itself. . See the claws-mail-extra-plugins package for more plugins.
lightweight ncurses audio player
C* Music Player is a modular and very configurable ncurses-based audio player. It has some interesting features like configurable colorscheme, mp3 and ogg streaming, it can be controlled with an UNIX socket, filters, album/artists sorting and a vi-like configuration interface. . It currently supports different input formats: - Ogg Vorbis - MP3 (with libmad) - FLAC - Wav - Modules (with libmodplug) - Musepack - AAC - Windows Media Audio
set of Debian package scripts for CVS source trees
This package provides the capability to inject or import Debian source packages into a CVS repository, build a Debian package from the CVS repository, and helps in integrating upstream changes into the repository. . The import or inject process takes a dsc (Debian source control) file, and imports it into CVS. The module path can maintains distribution and section information; for example, one may inject hemm/hemm/devel/make into the repository. . The build process works analogously to dpkg-buildpackage, and can be used from within the checked out source tree, or with additional information, can be used from anywhere. In the latter case, you can build any previous version of the package, as long as the corresponding orig.tar.gz file is still around. The build script checks out the relevant version from the CVS repository, and runs dpkg-buildpackage to create the Debian package. . Combined, these utilities provide an infrastructure to facilitate the use of CVS by Debian maintainers. This allows one to keep separate CVS branches of a package for stable, unstable, and possibly experimental distributions, along with the other benefits of a version control system. . This can be used to generate a unified CVS source tree, for example.
a Perl replacement for Make
Excerpted from the README file: . Cons is a system for constructing, primarily, software, but is quite different from previous software construction systems. Cons was designed from the ground up to deal easily with the construction of software spread over multiple source directories. Cons makes it easy to create build scripts that are simple, understandable and maintainable. Cons ensures that complex software is easily and accurately reproducible. . Cons uses a number of techniques to accomplish all of this. Construction scripts are just Perl scripts, making them both easy to comprehend and very flexible. Global scoping of variables is replaced with an import/export mechanism for sharing information between scripts, significantly improving the readability and maintainability of each script. Construction environments are introduced: these are Perl objects that capture the information required for controlling the build process. Multiple environments are used when different semantics are required for generating products in the build tree. Cons implements automatic dependency analysis and uses this to globally sequence the entire build. Variant builds are easily produced from a single source tree. Intelligent build subsetting is possible, when working on localized changes. Overrides can be setup to easily override build instructions without modifying any scripts. MD5 cryptographic signatures are associated with derived files, and are used to accurately determine whether a given file needs to be rebuilt.