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computer-aided translation system
Lokalize is a computer-aided translation system that focuses on productivity and quality assurance. It has components usual for CAT tools: translation memory, glossary, and also a unique translation merging (synchronization) capability. It is primarily targeted at software translation and also integrates external conversion tools for office document translation. Lokalize is a replacement of KBabel. . This package is part of the KDE Software Development Kit module.
transistional package - QT version is replaced by KDE version 'kdiff3'
KDiff3 compares two or three input files and shows the differences line by line and character by character. It provides an automatic merge facility and an integrated editor for comfortable solving of merge conflicts. KDiff3 allows recursive directory comparison and merging as well. . This version of KDiff3 is stripped-down so that it doesn't depend on the KDE libraries. The package "kdiff3" contains the full-featured version of the program.
plugin for WWW::Mechanize for automatic pagination
WWW::Mechanize::AutoPager is a plugin for WWW::Mechanize to do automatic pagination using AutoPagerize user script.
Watch directories for file changes - Node.js module
This module provides a thin layer on top of Node.js fs.watch tool. It helps watching nested directories, arbitrary paths, and deals with some cross-platform issues. . Node.js is an event-based server-side JavaScript engine.
Perl module to calculate a convex hull using Andrew's monotone chain algorithm
Math::ConvexHull::MonotoneChain optionally exports a single function convex_hull which calculates the convex hull of the input points and returns it. Andrew's monotone chain convex hull algorithm constructs the convex hull of a set of 2-dimensional points in O(n*log(n)) time. . It does so by first sorting the points lexicographically (first by x-coordinate, and in case of a tie, by y-coordinate), and then constructing upper and lower hulls of the points in O(n) time. It should be somewhat faster than a plain Graham's scan (also O(n*log(n))) in practice since it avoids polar coordinates.
Perl module to transform strings into DateTime objects
DateTime::Format::Flexible is designed to transform arbitrary date/time strings into DateTime objects. It is currently able to parse and extract date information from over 2500 variations of date/time strings. . Although this module is similar in nature to DateTime::Format::Natural (see libdatetime-format-natural-perl), it currently fails to parse more than 2000 of the formats successfully parsed by this module.