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Follow Trac's wiki formatting, the tool read a file written in wiki codes, and then output text formats (HTML) for WordPress. In particular, it also saves the hyper-links that users has typed. Therefore, users save time of typing the hyper-links afterward. By the way, I did this project to practice test-driven development. Every function was done after writing the related test codes.

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xqgrammar

XQGrammarANTLR grammar for XQuery with Update, Scripting and Full TextThis is a project to build and maintain ANTLR 3 grammar and generated Java parser for XQuery with Update, Scripting and Full Text extensions. It implements the following W3C recommendations : XQuery 1.0 Recommendation / 23 January 2007 XQuery Update Facility 1.0 Candidate Recommendation / 09 June 2009 XQuery Scripting Extension 1.0 Working Draft / 3 December 2008 with added fix for bug #6852 from W3C public Bugzilla XQuery Full Text 1.0Candidate Recommendation / 28 January 2010 XQuery 1.1Working Draft / 15 December 2009 with added fix for bug #8694 from W3C public Bugzilla. Generated parser passes 100% of published W3C test suites.

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The whole concept of Twerp is to allow your Twitter (or Laconi.ca) data stream to be pulled, formatted via a template you can control and then output to the console. It also allows you to post a status message or send a direct message. That's it in a nutshell. You can access the following data streams: Friends Timeline Your Timeline Your Replies Direct Messages sent to you Options: -c --config Location of the configuration file. The default file ~/.twerp.cfg is created and populated the first time you run Twerp. -U --username User ID - needed only the first time you run Twerp as Twerp will save the value. -P --password Account Password - also only needed once. -T --template Template string. This string is used to format the data received from Twitter. Details on the format can be found below. -d --direct Send a direct message. -t --timeline Twerp will ouput your timeline. -f --friends Twerp will output your friend's timeline. -r --replies Twerp will output replies to you. -p --public Twerp will output the public timeline. -u --url Twitter compatible APIExamples: twerp -U bear -P sekrit -f twerp -frp twerp status message to post twerp -d decklin direct message to decklinTemplate Format If you are familiar with how Python specifies the format string then you know exactly how this works :) Each post coming from Twitter has the following parts: Field Template user_id %(user_id)s user_name %(user_name)s user_screen_name %(user_screen_name)s user_description %(user_description)s user_location %(user_location)s user_protected %(user_protected)s user_url %(user_url)s user_profile_image_url %(user_profile_image_url)s id %(id)s text %(text)s source %(source)s created_at %(created_at)sThe parts of each post is stored in a dictionary and then passed to Python as the formatted data source. To reference the parts, place a field reference in your template string. The default template string is: %(user_screen_name)s: %(text)s

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fuzzyaslr

/proc/pid/maps for processes not owned by you can no longer be read, but using some simple heuristics, it's possible to reconstruct the maps by sampling kstkeip. kstkeip is a very low granularity counter, few processes worth attacking are compute bound for long periods of time. With the very few unique samples that can be acquired, it's not immediately obvious whether this information leak is useful or not (note that due to the way linkers typically use PT_LOAD, data will be mapped immediately adjacent to text). Fuzzy Aslr is a Proof of Concept implementation that attempts to "reconstruct" the address space layout of a process you don't own via kstkeip. Thanks to x86 being a variable width architecture, by recursively disassembling the target binary and all DT_NEEDED dependencies and recording the instruction boundaries it encounters, we're able to build up a fingerprint of each section of code that will be mapped. Surprisingly, just a few (6 or so) samples of kstskeip from the same mapping is enough to uniquely fingerprint most code. See ExampleUsage for more information. Julien Tinnes and I described this technique and demonstrated this tool at CanSecWest 2009, slides are available here.

mdplayer

Spotlight-based music scheduler for Mac OS X. Playlists are text files with track queries.

textaleart

get text aleart while on the phone.

documentclassifier

A Java desktop application (J2SE 5+Swing Application Framework) for automatic classification of documents against a given training set. It has been developed, and is packaged, as a Netbeans project. It uses the stemmers created with Snowball (http://snowball.tartarus.org, released under the BSD license) for text pre-processing, TF-IDF or the Bhattacharrya distance to rank the documents of the training set to the query document, and the K-NN algorithm to classify it. As of now, it only supports the classification of news from the ANSA website (http://www.ansa.it - The Italian main news agency), but the program has a modular architecture, that allows it to be extended by writing plugins for scraping the content of other websites, or other types of documents (PDF, DOC, ODT, etc...).

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pwnide

The goal of Inventor IDE, a.k.a. PwnIDE, is to avoid the shortcomings of the current standard code editors by moving inherently non-text constructs like functions, structures, files, variables, constants, and documentation out of their shoehorned purely-text positions. This allows for control of those constructs that is largely language-independent. The latest version, Alpha 5, focuses on assembly language, for development of the PwnOS project. It has built-in assembling for Windows executables. Support for C will be quite simple to add later on.

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XFontSys

A library of font management, which allows you to flexibly combine different fonts to display text

gigatexteditor

This project is created with one sole purpose in mind. To let home PCs be able to read and write on extreme large text files. Computer hard drive space has rocket in the recent years, but RAM size has stayed more or less on the same level. I have over 1TB of hdd, 4GB of RAM. Yet I am unable to edit a 100+MB text without my computer hanging. Yes Notepad theoretically can handle 2GB, but everything has to be loaded in RAM or pagefile, which slows down the process. A over 100MB file will take 5+minutes on a modern PC. A few core objectives: Read file size up to what Int64 supports or OS supports No wait on loading, no wait on scrolling/reading Search and replace Some additional nice to have features No wait while writing Modular plugin

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body { font-family: 'Arial', 'Tahoma', sans-serif; background-color: #ffffff; } #featuretabs { font-size: 13px; } .gseaopt { font-size: 10px; } #gsea { padding-bottom: 0px; } .gseaopt a:link, .gseaopt a:visited, .gseaopt a:active { color: #ffffff; text-decoration: none; } .gseaopt a:hover { text-decoration: underline; } .msg .msg_box, #noscript_box, #new_user_save_box, #new_user_tip_box { border: 1px solid #239BDD; opacity: .8; filter: alpha( opacity = 80 ); zoom: 1; background-color: #fff; } #nhdrwrapsizer { height: 140px; } #no_script { background-color: #fff; } .tab { font-size: 12px; border-bottom-color: #239BDD; color: #ffffff; font-weight: normal; } .tab a:link, .tab a:visited, .tab a:active { color: #ffffff; text-decoration: none; font-weight: normal; } #addstuff { font-weight: normal !important; } .tab a:hover { color: #ffffff; text-decoration: underline; } .selectedtab { border-style: solid; border-width: 1px; border-top-color: #008DC6; border-left-color: #008DC6; border-right-color: #008DC6; border-bottom-width: 0px; cursor: text; } .unselectedtab { background-color: transparent; border-style: solid; border-width: 1px; border-top-color: #239BDD; border-left-color: #239BDD; border-right-color: #239BDD; } .unselectedtab:hover { background-color: #ffffff; color: #000000; border-bottom-color: #ffffff; } .tab_hover { background-color: #239BDD; } .modboxin, .modboxin_s { padding: 5px 9px 10px 9px; font-size: 12px; border: 1px #e2eee2 solid; background-color: #fff; } .dd_item a:link, .dd_item a:visited, .dd_item a:active { color: #004999; text-decoration: none; } .modboxin a:link, .modboxin a:visited, .modboxin a:active { text-decoration: none; color: #004999; } .modboxin a:hover { text-decoration: underline; } .modboxin_s, .modtitle_s { border-color: #EBEBEB; } .modboxin_s { /border-top-color: #000000;/ background-color: #f7f7f7; padding-top: 9px; } .modtitle, .mtlink, .modtitle_s { font-size: 95%; line-height: 20px; } .modtitle, .modtitle_s { background: #ffffff url( '' ) repeat-x; border: 1px #008DC6 solid; padding: 0px 8px; } .modtitle, .modtitle_text { font-weight: normal ! important; text-decoration: none !important; } a.ddbox, a.delbox, a.minbox, a.maxbox { margin-top: 4px; } / google logo / #regular_logo { margin-right: 5px; background: url( '' ) right top no-repeat; width: 166px; height: 55px; } / \/ html #regular_logo { background: none; float: left; width: 166px; filter: progid: DXImageTransform . Microsoft . AlphaImageLoader( src = '', sizingMethod = 'scale' ); } / / #nhdrwrap { background: #008DC6 url( '' ) repeat-x top left; } #footerwrap { border-top: 1px #008DC6 solid; background: url( '' ) repeat-x bottom left; } #footer_promos, #sfrm, #guser { color: #ffffff; } a.ddbox { background-image: url( '' ); } a.delbox { background-image: url( '' ); } a.minbox { background-image: url( '' ); } a.maxbox { background-image: url( '' ); } a.ddbox:hover { background-image: url( '' ); } a.delbox:hover { background-image: url( '' ); } a.minbox:hover { background-image: url( '' ); } a.maxbox:hover { background-image: url( '' ); } a.fmaxbox { background-image: url( '' ); } a.fminbox { background-image: url( '' ); } a.fmaxbox:hover { background-image: url( '' ); } a.fminbox:hover { background-image: url( '' ); } a.fmaxbox, a.fminbox { margin-right: 5px; } .meditbox { border-top: 1px #000000 solid; padding: 5px 0px 5px 0px; font-size: 12px; color: #000000; } .uftl { padding: 5px 0px; border: none; border-top: 1px solid #fff; border-bottom: 1px solid #fff; } .sftl { padding: 5px 0px; border: none; border-top: 1px #008DC6 dotted; border-bottom: 1px #008DC6 dotted; } .fpad { padding: 5px 10px 2px 17px; font-size: 92%; } .modlabel { padding-bottom: 8px; border-bottom: 1px #008DC6 dotted; margin-bottom: 2px; } .tld { width: 70px; } #more { border-color: #008DC6 ! Important; } .dd_border { border: 1px solid #008DC6; } .dd_item { font-size: 11px; } .edline { border-bottom-color: #008DC6; } / link colors / a:link, a:visited, a:active { color: #ffffff; } .bold_link_container { color: #ffffff; } a:hover, a.alt:hover { text-decoration: underline; } .modtitle, a.alt { color: #ffffff; } a.mtlink { color: #ffffff; } a.gre { color: #008DC6; } .tls a { color: #008DC6; } .tls a:hover { text-decoration: underline; } #footerwrap a { text-decoration: none; } #footerwrap a:hover { text-decoration: underline; } #more a.q, #nhdrwrap .msg_box a, #new_user_save_box a { color: #008DC6; } / text colors / .selectedtab { color: #000000; } .unselectedtab { color: #ffffff; } .fpad { color: #666666; } .modtitle_s { color: #ffffff; border-style: solid; } .tab_hover { color: #fff; } .dialog .titlebar { border-color: #239BDD; background: #008DC6; } .dialog .body { border-color: #239BDD; }

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WPF Rich Editor Library

WPF Rich Editor Library is a WPF UserControl with "Word-like" text editor. Written in C#. Project use RibbonControlsLibrary for user-friendly ribbon menu and open-source & modified "convertHTML" library for export/import FlowDocument and HTML format.

wpf htmleditor

WPF Rich Editor Library

WPF Rich Editor Library is a WPF UserControl with "Word-like" text editor. Written in C#. Project use RibbonControlsLibrary for user-friendly ribbon menu and open-source & modified "convertHTML" library for export/import FlowDocument and HTML format.

wpf htmleditor

WPF Rich Editor Library

WPF Rich Editor Library is a WPF UserControl with "Word-like" text editor. Written in C#. Project use RibbonControlsLibrary for user-friendly ribbon menu and open-source & modified "convertHTML" library for export/import FlowDocument and HTML format.

wpf htmleditor

WPF Rich Editor Library

WPF Rich Editor Library is a WPF UserControl with "Word-like" text editor. Written in C#. Project use RibbonControlsLibrary for user-friendly ribbon menu and open-source & modified "convertHTML" library for export/import FlowDocument and HTML format.

wpf htmleditor

WPF Rich Editor Library

WPF Rich Editor Library is a WPF UserControl with "Word-like" text editor. Written in C#. Project use RibbonControlsLibrary for user-friendly ribbon menu and open-source & modified "convertHTML" library for export/import FlowDocument and HTML format.

wpf htmleditor

WPF Rich Editor Library

WPF Rich Editor Library is a WPF UserControl with "Word-like" text editor. Written in C#. Project use RibbonControlsLibrary for user-friendly ribbon menu and open-source & modified "convertHTML" library for export/import FlowDocument and HTML format.

wpf htmleditor

WPF Rich Editor Library

WPF Rich Editor Library is a WPF UserControl with "Word-like" text editor. Written in C#. Project use RibbonControlsLibrary for user-friendly ribbon menu and open-source & modified "convertHTML" library for export/import FlowDocument and HTML format.

wpf htmleditor

WPF Rich Editor Library

WPF Rich Editor Library is a WPF UserControl with "Word-like" text editor. Written in C#. Project use RibbonControlsLibrary for user-friendly ribbon menu and open-source & modified "convertHTML" library for export/import FlowDocument and HTML format.

wpf htmleditor