NDK++ provides a set of widgets for text user interface like menubars, popup menus, various dialog boxes, and controls (push buttons, check buttons etc.). Using this library, developers can easily create a powerful console program with a complicated interface. An event engine is included for creating various dynamic widgets.
CSed is a color stream editor. It works like sed, but makes color substitutions. It is a simple filter that can be used to colorize the output of any program. For example, you can use it to replace the color-gcc script or to colorize system logs. It is also an interesting way to learn sed and regular expressions.
Alternatives system is an implementation of a Debian alternatives system; a system that allows several programs with the same or similar functions to be installed on a single system at the same time. This implementation solves some problems and limitations of original implementation.
Bran is a backup server solution based on Bacula. It is a special Linux distribution to organize the backup center of an organization. It can create a server that is ready to use after a very simple install procedure. The server has a very simple user interface that relieves users of the burden of worrying about the implementation details of the backup process.
Very interesting and usefull program.
What do you think about support for other alternatives
implementations? For example for ALT Linux alternatives:
alternatives.sourceforge.net. As a result we will try to use
your utility in our distributions.
I'm sure it's very easy to made it.
With best regards
I think it's a strange idea to create own
language for such simple task.
e.g. in my project csed
(http://freshmeat.net/projects/csed) I use sed
like syntax with regular expresions.
It's enough for all command-line utilites and