RSS 7 projects tagged "YAML"

No download No website Updated 13 Oct 2011 2DBuildingGame

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2DBuildingGame is a building game written in Python and pygame.

No download Website Updated 29 Aug 2011 itch41

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itch41 parses a file of level 3 NASDAQ stock exchange data, such as ftp://emi.nasdaq.com/ITCH/S030711-v41.txt.gz. This is mainly for demonstration purposes, lacking column domains, column constraints, data validation, timestamp calculations, stock symbol lookup for execution/cancel/delete messages, derived columns (e.g. for partitioning), and the general kinds of pre-processing one would expect from a production tick data loader.

Download No website Updated 31 Aug 2010 gypsum

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Gypsum takes a YAML document as input and produces a shell script full of iptables commands as output.

Download No website Updated 15 Jul 2010 Invisible CSS

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Invisible is a simple and modular CSS framework. Invisible is not complex. It provides a reset, a base resizable layout, and some other stuff.

No download No website Updated 28 Mar 2010 pake

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pake is a simple utility for automating tasks like building apps and different bundles, removing temporary files, migrating databases, and more. Pakefiles are written in YAML and can contain Python and bash scripts.

No download Website Updated 20 Jan 2010 Gelatin

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Gelatin is a simple and fast program for transforming text to structured formats such as XML, JSON, or YAML. It is a combined lexer, parser, and output generator.

No download No website Updated 07 Nov 2009 Fluidity

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Fluidity is GTD software for Linux. Its design goals include carefully chosen defaults and fast data entry.

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Lernstick Exam Environment

A live Linux distribution for exams.

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Surf Canyon for Firefox

A plugin to find things faster on Google, Yahoo!, and MSN.