RSS 5 projects tagged "tag"

No download Website Updated 27 Jan 2010 HTML_Template_Nest

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Nest is a nestable server templating library. It lets you create pages that look like standard HTML and easily add functionality with custom tag libraries. Nest templates are well-formed HTML that is then compiled into standard PHP.

Download Website Updated 07 Jun 2009 StupidZombie

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StupidZombie is a tool that can be used to "ping" several directories to notify then about a blog update. It does not need to be run from a Web page like Blogger or Wordpress. You can run StupidZombie from a cron job or using Java WebStart. Also, StupidZombie has a simple tag generator from directories that support it.

Download Website Updated 26 Sep 2011 ck-jsf-editor

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ck-jsf-editor is an editor component for JSF 2 that uses the popular browser editor, CKEditor. Most JSF editors lack the functionality of CKEditor and require using an entire component library. ck-jsf-editor is a standalone rich text editor component that requires no real configuration or setup. The ck-jsf-editor.jar file can just be dropped into your project and used in your JSF pages.

Download No website Updated 12 Sep 2009 taggrepper

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taggrepper is a simple program to match several tags of media files, currently Ogg Vorbis and MP3 files, against specified regular expressions. It works on individual files as well as recursively traversing directory trees for media files.

No download Website Updated 05 Jul 2013 uMarkup

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μMarkup is a Java library designed to ease the pain of markup generation. It is lightweight, reasonably fast, and very simple, and covers the boring, common, and tedious "90%" use cases with an API which is pleasant to use.

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i18nspector

A checking tool for gettext POT, PO, and MO files.

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libburnia

A set of libraries and tools for reading, mastering, and writing optical discs.