dput-webdav is a "dput" upload method plugin with extended WebDAV support. It was written specifically with Artifactory and Bintray in mind. It tries to be compatible with the "http" plugin, but offers additional features: login credentials can include the password, "incoming" can be a full URL (optionally containing dynamic package metadata, and supporting HTTPS), and distributions can be mapped to repository names.
Release Notes: This release makes extended configuration features available in the absence of a previously needed patch to the dput core.
Ldap Synchronization Connector reads from any data source including databases, LDAP directories, or files and transforms and compares this data to an LDAP directory. These connectors can then be used to continuously synchronize a data source to a directory, for a one shot import, or to compare differences by outputting CSV or LDIF format reports. It offers a powerful transformation engine based on a scripting language to easily manipulate data on the fly. Various identity management functions are included for directory-specific compatibility - most notably Active Directory (changing passwords, account status, last logon, etc.).
Release Notes: This release fixed bugs in database connections and operational attributes in JNDI services. A sample script was provided for passwordHk.
Core-Admin is an extensible solution for server and device administration that integrates into a single solution powerful administration panels, an external and highly detailed internal checking engine, and an event notification system that will allow you to track the state of all systems connected to a central console to the minute.
Release Notes: This is the first public release. A Web Edition (for ISP hosting environments) and a Free Web Edition are available.
isort automatically sorts and sections Python imports. It can turn even the most messy import structure into nice clean sections without duplicates. It provides a command line utility, Python library, and Kate plugin for convenient use.
Release Notes: This release correctly handles imports at the end of a file, correctly identify modules from . as from within the local project, fixed a bug where code in the middle of imports was sometimes removed, and makes it possible for isort to be used without configparser.
With the help of USB Network Gate for Mac, you can easily work with remote USB devices over Internet/LAN/WAN as if the remote devices were connected directly to your computer. It can access a printer, scanner, Webcam, USB dongle, or any other supported USB device from any remote location. It can share a USB device with any remote computer. Just plug in the device and it will appear on the remote side of the connection automatically. Mac, Linux, or Windows machines can be clients or servers. You can use shared USB devices on virtual machines (VMware Fusion, Parallels, VirtualBox, etc.), and share any quantity of USB devices. Shared USB devices can be used by multiple clients, but note that only one client can connect to a device at a time. You can easily access USB devices over Wi-Fi, LAN, etc.
Release Notes: This release greatly improved the sharing mechanism and the application’s speed and stability. Network traffic compression was implemented, speeding up interaction with the device. The UI was completely redesigned and now supports Apple’s Retina displays. Support for USB 3.0 devices running on USB 3.0 ports was added. Shared USB devices are now automatically detected by the client and are added to the list of available devices.
The LinCastor enables you to register your own custom URL scheme (e.g. mylink://foo/bar) and associate it with an application, shell, or AppleScript handler. As most OS X application support embedding links as part of a text, custom URL schemes provide a great way to connect different applications together or trigger custom workflows. For example: a link jira://issue1234 could open a JIRA tracker with specific issue. Another use is to associate well knows URL schemes with specific application. For example: firefox-http://www.mysite.net would open http://www.mysite.net in the Firefox instead of the default browser.
Release Notes: This release has support for growl, compiles AppleScript on demand, and has various UI fixes.
VICE is a Versatile Commodore Emulator, i.e. a program that runs on a Unix, Win32, MS-DOS, Mac OS X, Amiga, or RiscOS machine and executes programs intended for the old 8-bit Commodore computers. The current version emulates the C64, C128, VIC20, Plus4, C64-DTV, all the PETmodels, and the CBM-II (aka C610).
Release Notes: A new SDL-based MIPS Windows NT port. A new SDL-based native Dingoo port. New monitor commands: autostart and autoload. A rewrite of the sound system; output is now mono/stereo selectable. Splits off the 5x0 model from the 6x0/7x0 models in xcbm2; the new emulator is called xcbm5x0. Splits off the sid player from c64; the new program is called vsid. A new maintainer for the Polish translations, which are now 100% up to date. New IEC FD2000/4000 drive support. New 1541 drive sounds emulation. 1541 drive emulation has been greatly improved.
Tcsh is an enhanced but completely compatible version of the Berkeley UNIX C shell. It is a command language interpreter usable both as an interactive login shell and a shell script command processor. It includes a command line editor, programmable word completion, command and file name completion, listing, spelling correction, a history mechanism, job control, and a bunch of small additions to the csh shell itself.
Release Notes: This is a mainly a bugfix release with few new features. It has a new autorehash builtin to control how the internal command hash table is maintained; globstar globbing to allow ** and *** expansions; euid, euser, and egid variables; and a new anyerror variable to control error handling in pipelines. The wait built-in is now interruptible.
GNU Wget is a utility for noninteractive download of files from the Web. It supports HTTP and FTP protocols, as well as retrieval through HTTP proxies. It can follow HTML links, download many pages, and convert the links for local viewing. It can also mirror FTP hierarchies or only those files that have changed. Wget has been designed for robustness over slow network connections; if a download fails due to a network problem, it will keep retrying until the whole file has been retrieved.
Release Notes: Adds support for content-on-error. Adds support for WARC files. Fixes a memory leak problem in the GNU TLS backend. Autoreconf works again for distributed tarballs. Prints some diagnostic messages to stderr, not to stdout. Reports stdout close errors. Accepts the --report-speed option. Enables client certificates when GNU TLS is used. Adds support for TLS Server Name Indication. Accepts the arguments --accept-reject and --reject-regex. The GNU TLS backend correctly honors the timeout value. Adds support for RFC 2617 Digest Access Authentication.
KuickShow displays images using all available space, without wasting it with bars or menus. It also has smart automatic zooming which scales images according to size. You can use the integrated file browser to choose images, or navigate through a folder with the mousewheel or the keyboard. It also has fullscreen view and slideshow, and supports a wide range of image formats.
Release Notes: src/imagewindow.cpp (init): the mouse wheel can switch between images now. The KStdAccel::save() and close() accels not working in the image window has been fixed.
Release Notes: Fixes a bug where horizontal line <hr> was not displayed when the terminal was set to utf-8. Fixes a bad palette in the framebuffer on TGA on Alpha. Fixes a bug where \001 was displayed instead of a non-breaking space when converting to ASCII. Supports IPv6. Supports multiple addresses (tries to connect to all of them). Fixes a memory leak in FTP. Fixes incorrect display when the aspect ratio was changed while multiple windows were open.
codecrypt is a GnuPG-like program for encryption and signing that uses only quantum-computer-resistant algorithms.
Release Notes: This release fixes too aggressive locking of keyring that caused deadlocks on piping. It fixes many warnings and code inconsistencies. It prevents possible problems with forged sencode.
Tiny Tiny RSS is a Web-based news (RSS, RDF, or Atom) feed aggregator designed to allow you to read news from any location, while feeling as close to a real desktop application as possible.
Release Notes: Support xml:base in atom feeds. Adds support for libxml with problematic handling of character encodings (affects several NAS devices). Minor performance improvements. Adds a Korean translation. Has an improved Russian translation. Other translations have been updated. Integrated Silk icons. Adds a plugin that adds a feed for all articles shared by URL. Allows unsharing and changing URLs for individual articles. Floating title is more consistent with the rest of the UI; enable floating title for expandable combined mode. Licensed under the GPLv3.
X-Cart is a PHP shopping cart software used by tens thousands on-line merchants worldwide. It provides a wide range of e-commerce features, flexible "tableless" design, easy text content modification using WYSIWYG tools, W3C XHTML 1.0 compliance, SEO friendly product catalog, Web-based administration, on-line payment gateways support, real-time shipping cost estimation based on product dimensions, inventory management, full multi-language support, and report management. X-Cart has no logical limitations on the number of products and categories in product catalog.
Release Notes: Minor improvements based on community feedback about the release of previous version. The 'Add to Cart Popup' has been changed, 'Bill Me Later' banners added, and USPS integration updated. Page Titles in the Admin area, unified warnings and popups, improvements in Special offers, Flyout menus, Development mode, and bugfixes.
Pinfo is a hypertext info file viewer with a user interface similar to lynx. It is based on curses/ncurses, and can handle info pages as well as man pages. It also features regexp searching and user-defined colors/keys.
Release Notes: Fixes issue with handling of suspend/resume and character input. Move variable declarations to the start of a block to accommodate non-gcc compilers.
AbiWord is a free word processing program similar to Microsoft Word. It is suitable for a wide variety of word processing tasks. It allows you to collaborate with multiple people on one document at the same time. It is tightly integrated with the AbiCollab.net Web service, which lets you store documents online, allows easy document sharing with your friends, and performs format conversions on the fly.
Release Notes: This release contains just one bugfix: it preserves character properties when typing.
Emacs is the extensible, customizable, self-documenting real-time display editor. Emacs has special code editing modes, a scripting language (elisp), and comes with many packages for doing mail, news and more, all in your editor.
Release Notes: A packaging system and interface (M-x list-packages) for downloading and installing extensions. A default package archive is hosted by GNU and maintained by the Emacs developers. Support for displaying and editing bidirectional text, including right-to-left scripts such as Arabic and Hebrew. Support for lexical scoping in Emacs Lisp. Improvements to the Custom Themes system (M-x customize-themes). A unified and improved completion system in many modes and packages. Built-in support for GnuTLS, GTK+ 3, ImageMagick, SELinux, and Libxml2.
XEmacs (formerly known as Lucid Emacs) is a powerful, extensible text editor with full GUI support, initially based on an early version of GNU Emacs 19 from the Free Software Foundation and since kept up to ate with recent versions of that product. XEmacs stems from a collaboration of Lucid, Inc. with Sun Microsystems, Inc. and the University of Illinois with additional support having been provided by Amdahl Corporation, INS Engineering Corporation, and a huge amount of volunteer effort.
Release Notes: Compile fixes for GTK+. Fixes printing on non-Windows systems. Fixes at_dot regex matching. Fixes an off-by-one error in mule-ccl. Moves operator definitions to autoload-operators.el and uses them. Restores the building of packages in XEmacs 21.4. Increases connection retries in winclient.c. Fixes compilation under Cygwin 1.7. Updates Vin Shelton's bio. Supports the Intel C compiler under Windows.
Oracle VM VirtualBox, formerly Sun xVM VirtualBox and innotek VirtualBox, is a family of x86 virtualization products for enterprise and home use.
Release Notes: This maintenance release of VirtualBox 4.2 improves stability and fixes regressions.
Aspose.Email for Java is a Java component for reading and writing Microsoft Outlook MSG files without using Outlook. It can create and update MSG files, and retrieve properties such as subject, body, recipients, attachments, sender information, MAPI properties. It can be used with Web or desktop applications.
Release Notes: This release supports OST to PST conversion. It only takes a line of code to save the loaded OST file as PST and vice-versa. This release also enhances the capability of PST operations so users can now change a folder’s Container class after creating it. This enables users to view all the contents of the folder which contains items of different types (messages, appointments, etc.) in Outlook by changing the folder’s container class to IPF.NOTE. It also includes a number of bugfixes related to message encoding, MSG conversion to MHTML, and a MapiCalendar issue while having attachments.
Amun is a content management framework based on the PSX framework. The goal is to build a more federated and programmable Web. This is achieved by providing a RESTful API for managing and distributing the content in standard formats like JSON, XML, Atom, and RSS. It tries to support open standards like OAuth, OpenID, etc., and gives you the freedom to access the data of a Website in the way you like. It tries to enable easy communication from server to server, browser to server, and application to server.
Release Notes: This release contains a change regarding the installation of services. Each service gets now installed through composer. It is possible to register events, execute SQL queries, etc., through a custom composer plugin. Because of that, the Web-based installer was removed. Many bugs fixes were made, and bootstrap was updated to version 3.
Ubuntu is a complete desktop Linux operating system with both community and professional support.
Release Notes: Ubuntu 13.04 is the newest release of Ubuntu, released on April 25, 2013. On the desktop, performance on lightweight systems was a core focus for this cycle, and 13.04 delivers significantly faster response times in casual use, and a reduced memory footprint. Key desktop updates are: Unity 7, Upstart 1.8, LibreOffice 4.0, CUPS 1.6.2 and cups-filters 1.0.34, and Python 3.3. On the server, there are many new features, including OpenStack Grizzly, updates to Juju, VMWare integration, Ceph 0.56.4, and MongoDB 2.2.4. All versions use Linux kernel 3.8.8.
SimThyr is a continuous simulation program for pituitary-thyroid feedback control. Applications of this program cover research, including development of hypotheses, and education of students in biology and medicine, nurses, and patients.
Release Notes: This bugfix release addresses memory leaks and tracker items #12 to #17. It is code-signed for Mac OS X.
WeatherLog is an application for keeping track of the weather and getting information about past trends.
Release Notes: This release is primarily bugfixes and feature improvements. Among other things, options can now be easily set to the default values, and Clear All no longer requires a restart.