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databases/postgresql-1.1.0 (Score: 0.018516118)
Python 3 compatible PostgreSQL database driver and tools
Pure Python All code, at first, is written in pure Python so that py-postgresql will work anywhere that you can install Python 3. Optimizations in C are made where needed, but are always optional. Prepared Statements Using the PG-API interface, protocol-level prepared statements may be created and used multiple times. db.prepare(sql)(*args) COPY Support Use the convenient COPY interface to directly copy data from one connection to another. No intermediate files or tricks are necessary. Arrays and Composite Typescw Arrays and composites are fully supported. Queries requesting them will returns objects that provide access to the elements within. "pg_python" Quick Console Get a Python console with a connection to PostgreSQL for quick tests and simple scripts.
games/quetoo-0.6.1 (Score: 0.018516118)
Fast, stable, compatible, and secure Quake II client
The focus of Quetoo is simplicity, security, stability, and speed. It contains critical security updates for both clients and servers, an improved console, and some major speed increases. Quetoo is up to 140% faster than stock Quake II. If you're looking for visual effect updates and gimmick features, or a rich single-player experience, run something else. However, perhaps the following features will sound good to you: * Dramatic performance increases through proper removal of dynamic lighting, polyblend, and other "candy" features * R1Q2 Protocol 35 support and Quetoo-specific protocol extensions to save bandwidth * Support for asynchronous video/sound/input and network framing: run at 90fps over a dial-up connection! * Location (.loc) file support for alerting team members to your position * Bright player skins supported directly within the engine * Ability to disable ambient sounds and load wildcard pakfiles (*.pak) * Vastly improved console with Bash-style tab completion, positioned editing, mouse wheel scrolling, etc. * Optional deathmatch mod with MySQL frag logging and team play
audio/xmms-sexypsf-0.4.8 (Score: 0.018330023)
XMMS plugin for playing .psf files
Sexypsf is an XMMS plugin for playing .psf files. The PSF format brings the functionality of NSF, SID, SPC, and GBS to next- generation consoles. PSF utilizes the original music driver code from each game to replay sequenced music in a perfectly authentic, and size-efficient, way. The general idea is that a PSF file contains a zlib-compressed program which, if executed on the real console, would simply play the music.
audio/xymms-0.9.1 (Score: 0.018330023)
Sega Genesis GYM plugin for XMMS
XymMS is an XMMS input plugin capable of playing Sega Genesis GYM files by rendering FM, DAC, and PSG signals through emulation of the YM2612 and SN76496 sound chips found in the video game console. It supports zlib compression and decompression, and other various settings for output quality, etc. You can compress and decompress files along with updating ID tags using the File Info window.
chinese/big5width-1.0 (Score: 0.018330023)
Unicode width dirty fix for Big5 font (zh_TW.UTF-8 locale)
Unicode define some character width as ambiguous. Software determines the width of characters accroding the context. However, sometimes it is hard or impossible to know the context. Thus, this port dirty fixes some console software, let them recognize all characters in Big5 encoding range as double width. Now you will be happy with UTF8 terminal and Big5 fonts :) This port fixes the zh_TW.UTF-8 locale for wcwidth(3) and wcswidth(3).
deskutils/Goo-0.09 (Score: 0.018330023)
Stick Things together with The Goo
"The Goo" helps you stick "Things" together in your working environment. Things include Perl modules, Perl scripts, log files, javascripts, configuration files, database tables, templates etc. The Goo records a "Trail" as you jump quickly from Thing to Thing in a simple, text-based console. It remembers how you associate Things in your environment. Accelerate your work by quickly traversing the Trail of associations between Things. http://thegoo.org/
deskutils/virt-manager-1.4.0 (Score: 0.018330023)
Toolkit to interact with virtualization capabilities
The "Virtual Machine Manager" application (virt-manager for short package name) is a desktop user interface for managing virtual machines. It presents a summary view of running domains, their live performance & resource utilization statistics. The detailed view graphs performance & utilization over time. Wizards enable the creation of new domains, and configuration & adjustment of a domain's resource allocation & virtual hardware. An embedded VNC client viewer presents a full graphical console to the guest domain.
devel/UI-Dialog-1.09 (Score: 0.018330023)
Perl wrapper for the various dialog applications
UI::Dialog is a OOPerl wrapper for the various dialog applications. These dialog backends are currently supported: Zenity, XDialog, GDialog, KDialog, CDialog, and Whiptail. There is also an ASCII backend provided as a last resort interface for the console based dialog variants. UI::Dialog is a class that provides a strict interface to these various backend modules. By using UI::Dialog (with it's imposed limitations on the widgets) you can ensure that your Perl program will function with any available interfaces.
devel/perlconsole-0.4 (Score: 0.018330023)
Light program that lets you evaluate Perl code interactively
Perl Console is a light program that lets you evaluate Perl code interactively. It uses Readline for grabbing input and provides completion with all the namespaces loaded during your session. This is pretty useful for Perl developers that write modules. You can load a module in your session and test a function exported by the module. Readline is used to grab user input and provides then all the facilities your are used to : completion, key bindings, ...
emulators/hercules-3.12 (Score: 0.018330023)
System/370, ESA/390, and z/Architecture Emulator
Hercules is an open source software implementation of the mainframe System/370 and ESA/390 architectures, in addition to the new 64-bit z/Architecture. Hercules runs under Linux, Windows, Solaris, FreeBSD, and Mac OS X. Hercules was created by Roger Bowler and is maintained by Jay Maynard. Jan Jaeger designed and implemented many of the advanced features of Hercules, including dynamic reconfiguration, integrated console, interpretive execution and z/Architecture support.