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multilingual text processing library - database
The m17n library is a multilingual text processing library for the C language. This library has following features: - The m17n library is an open source software. - The m17n library for any Linux/Unix applications. - The m17n library realizes multilingualization of many aspects of applications. - The m17n library represents multilingual text as an object named M-text. M-text is a string with attributes called text properties, and designed to substitute for string in C. Text properties carry any information required to input, display and edit the text. - The m17n library supports functions to handle M-texts. . m17n is an abbreviation of Multilingualization. . This package contains the database files used by m17n-lib.
Collection of programs for operating on sound files
sndfile-tools is a collection of programs which use libsndfile and other libraries to do useful things like generate spectrograms using libfftw and libcairo and play sound via the JACK Audio Connection Kit daemon.
notification-based directory synchronization daemon
The inosync daemon uses the inotify service available in recent Linux kernels to monitor and synchronize changes within directories to remote nodes using rsync. . System administrators have relied on cron+rsync for years to constantly synchronize files and directories to remote machines. It is not feasible to let authors wait for their content to get synchronized every x hours with regard to the enormous pace of articles and podcasts nowadays.
Neuroimaging data analysis pipelines in Python
Nipype interfaces Python to other neuroimaging packages and creates an API for specifying a full analysis pipeline in Python. Currently, it has interfaces for SPM, FSL, AFNI, Freesurfer, but could be extended for other packages (such as lipsia).
GNOME translations for language Vietnamese
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mswatch helper tools to watch maildirs and trigger on-demand syncs
mswatch is a command line Unix program that keeps two mailboxes synchronized more efficiently and with shorter delays than periodically synchronizing them. . mswatch watches mailboxes for changes to know when to initiate mailbox syncs. Using mswatch, your mail synchronization program can be called on demand instead of through polling, resulting in prompter mail delivery and lower bandwidth usage and server load. . mswatch is designed to work in conjunction with mailbox synchronization programs, and currently supports watching Linux (2.4+) hosted Maildirs (including Maildir folders, Maildir++). Future support for additional mailbox formats, especially for mbox, is planned. . This package provides the watch_maildirs and inputkill tools for use on imap server hosts.