Launchpad Releases

Pinta
C#
β†’ 2.0.2
2022-01-14
Url http://pinta-project.com/
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Mtr
β†’ 0.95
2022-01-12
Url http://www.bitwizard.nl/mtr
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Mtr combines the functionality of the 'traceroute' and 'ping' programs in a single network diagnostic tool. As Mtr starts, it investigates the network connection between the host mtr runs on and a user-specified destination host. After it determines the address of each network hop between the machines, it sends a sequence ICMP ECHO requests to each one to determine the quality of the link to each machine. As it does this, it prints running statistics about each machine.
pytest-operator
β†’ 1.23
2022-01-10
Url
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Pinta
C#
β†’ 2.0.1
2022-01-07
Url http://pinta-project.com/
LP https://launchpad.net/pinta
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Pinta
C#
β†’ 2.0
2022-01-01
Url http://pinta-project.com/
LP https://launchpad.net/pinta
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Kubernetes Dashboard Operator
β†’ 1.22+ck3
2021-12-13
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/kubernetes-dashboard-operator
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etcd-snaps
β†’ 1.22+ck3
2021-12-13
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/etcd-snaps
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Kubernetes Service Interface
β†’ 1.22+ck3
2021-12-13
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/kubernetes-service-interface
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MadAnalysis 5
Python, C++
β†’ v1.9
2021-12-13
- Adding support for LLP (also in the SFS) [2112.05163]. - Particle propagation module [2112.05163]. - PYHF/simplified likelihood interface. - TACO methods available. - Python3 support. - Connection of the PAD to the MA5 dataverse + reorganisation of how it works. - Many minor bug fixes. - Update to newer Delphes/Root versions
Url http://madanalysis.irmp.ucl.ac.be/
LP https://launchpad.net/madanalysis5
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Download ~~~~~~~~~ The latest stable version of the MadAnalysis 5 package can be obtained in two ways: - directly from the Bazaar versioning system by typing in a shell: bzr branch lp:madanalysis5 - as a tarball (to be downloaded from the right side of this page). Installation ~~~~~~~~~ MadAnalysis 5 requires several external libraries in order to properly run: - Python 2.6 or a more recent version (but not the 3.X series) - The GNU GCC compiler (or clang for Mac OS X users). - GNU make To benefit from all options coming with the MadAnalysis 5 program, the following (optional) libraries have to be installed: - ROOT v5.27 or a more recent version. Root 6 is recommended. - Zlib headers and libraries (automatic installation: typing 'install zlib' in a madanalysis shell) - FastJet 3.0 or more recent (automatic installation: typing 'install fastjet' in s madanalysis shell) - latex and pdflatex compilers - the PAD (see http://madanalysis.irmp.ucl.ac.be/wiki/PublicAnalysisDatabase) - Delphes (automatic installation: typing 'install delphes' in a madanalysis shell) Credits ~~~~~~ If you use MadAnalysis 5, please cite 1. E. Conte, B. Fuks and G. Serret, Comput. Phys. Commun. 184 (2013) 222 http://arxiv.org/abs/1206.1599 2. E. Conte, B. Dumont, B. Fuks and C. Wymant, Eur. Phys. J. C 74 (2014) 10, 3103 http://arxiv.org/abs/1405.3982 3. B. Dumont, B. Fuks, S. Kraml et al., Eur. Phys. J. C 75 (2015) 2, 56 http://arxiv.org/abs/1407.3278 4. E. Conte, and B. Fuks, Int. J. Mod. Phys. A 33 (2018) 1830027 http://arxiv.org/abs/1808.00480 5. J. Y. Araz, M. Frank and B. Fuks, Eur. Phys. J. C 80 (2020) 6, 531 https://arxiv.org/abs/1910.11418 6. J. Y. Araz, B. Fuks and G. Polykratis Eur. Phys. J. C 81, 329 (2021) https://arxiv.org/abs/2006.09387 Overview ~~~~~~~~ MadAnalysis 5 has two running modes: - The first running mode of the program, easier to handle, uses the strengths of a powerful Python interface in order to implement physics analyses by means of a set of intuitive commands. - The second running modes requires to implement the analyses in the C++ programming language, directly within the core of the analysis framework. This opens unlimited possibilities concerning the level of complexity that can be reached, the latter being only limited by the programming skills and the originality of the user. We refer to the manual and MadAnalysis lectures (see http://madanalysis.irmp.ucl.ac.be/wiki/Talks) for more information.
pytest-operator
β†’ 1.22+ck3
2021-12-13
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/pytest-operator
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KEEP UP!
Shell
β†’ stablerelease
2021-12-12
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/keepup
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VeraCrypt
C,C++, Assembly
β†’ 1.25.4
2021-12-03
Changes between 1.24-Update8 and 1.25.4 (3 December 2021) : - All OSes: * Speed optimization of Streebog. * Update translations. - Windows: * Add support for Windows on ARM64 (e.g. Microsoft Surface Pro X) but system encryption not yet supported. * Add MSI installer for silent mode deployment (ACCEPTLICENSE=YES must be set in msiexec command line). - For now, MSI installer cannot be used if system partition is encrypted with VeraCrypt - MSI installer requires Windows 10 or newer * Drop support of Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 because of new requirement for driver code signing. * Reduce time of mount when PRF auto-detection is selected. * Fix potential memory corruption in driver caused by integer overflow in IOCTL_STORAGE_MANAGE_DATA_SET_ATTRIBUTES (reported by Ilja van Sprundel). * Replace insecure wcscpy/wcscat/strcpy runtime functions with secure equivalents. * Changes EFI Bootloader: - Fix memory leak in some cases caused by wrong check of pointer for calling MEM_FREE - Clear bootParams variable that may contain sensitive information when halting the system in case of fatal error - Add option "KeyboardInputDelay" in DcsProp to control the minimum delay supported between two key strokes * Try to workaround Windows Feature Updates issues with system encryption by fixing of bootloader and SetupConfig.ini when system resumes or when session is opened/unlocked * Fix failure to load local HTML documentation if application running with administrative privileges * Fix freeze when password dialog displayed in secure desktop and try to access token keyfiles protected by PIN * Fix failure to launch keyfile generator in secure desktop mode * Block Windows from resizing system partition if it is encrypted * Add keyboard shortcut to "TrueCrypt mode" in the mount dialog. - MacOSX: * Native support of Apple Silicon M1. * Drop official support of Mac OS X 10.7 Lion and Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. * Add UI language support using installed XML files. Language is automatically detected using "LANG" environment variable. * Add CLI switch (--size=max) and UI option to give a file container all available free space on the disk where it is created. * Return error if unknown filesystem value specified in CLI --filesystem switch instead of silently skipping filesystem creation. - Linux: * Add UI language support using installed XML files. Language is automatically detected using "LANG" environment variable * Compatiblity with with pam_tmpdir. * Display icon in notification area on Ubuntu 18.04 and newer (contibuted by https://unit193.net/). * Add CLI switch (--size=max) and UI option to give a file container all available free space on the disk where it is created. * Return error if unknown filesystem value specified in CLI --filesystem switch instead of silently skipping filesystem creation. - FreeBSD: * Make system devices work under FreeBSD * Add CLI switch (--size=max) and UI option to give a file container all available free space on the disk where it is created. * Return error if unknown filesystem value specified in CLI --filesystem switch instead of silently skipping filesystem creation. - OpenBSD: * Add basic support of OpenBSD * Add CLI switch (--size=max) and UI option to give a file container all available free space on the disk where it is created. * Return error if unknown filesystem value specified in CLI --filesystem switch instead of silently skipping filesystem creation.
Url https://veracrypt.codeplex.com/
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It adds enhanced security to the algorithms used for system and partitions encryption making it immune to new developments in brute-force attacks. It also solves many vulnerabilities and security issues found in TrueCrypt. This enhanced security adds some delay only to the opening of encrypted partitions without any performance impact to the application use phase. This is acceptable to the legitimate owner but it makes it much more harder for an attacker to gain access to the encrypted data. All released files are PGP signed with key ID=0x54DDD393, available on key servers and downloadable at https://www.idrix.fr/VeraCrypt/VeraCrypt_PGP_public_key.asc
osip
C
β†’ 5.3.0
2021-11-23
Url http://gnu.org/software/osip/
LP https://launchpad.net/osip
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Provider for Plainbox - Canonical Certification Server
β†’ 0.56.0
2021-11-22
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/plainbox-provider-certification-server
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Checkbox Provider - Canonical Certification Client
β†’ 0.47.0
2021-11-22
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/plainbox-provider-certification-client
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gsrc
β†’ 2021.11.19
2021-11-20
Url http://gnu.org/software/gsrc/
LP https://launchpad.net/gsrc
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intel
β†’ sprint2
2021-11-12
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/intel
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AutoMyHacks
β†’ autohacks
2021-11-12
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/automyhacks
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project_test1
β†’ test
2021-11-11
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/projectttest123
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57n
β†’ milestone
2021-11-11
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/57n
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OpenSRF - Open Scalable Request Framework
Perl, C
β†’ 3.2.2
2021-11-09
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/opensrf
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cloud-init
python
β†’ 21.4
2021-11-02
== Release Notes == Cloud-init release 21.4 is now available The 21.4 release: * spanned about 2 months * had 32 contributors from 36 domains * fixed 12 Launchpad issues Highlights: - Add LXD datasource - Remove (deprecated) apt-key - Add "install hotplug" module - Add module 'write-files-deferred' executed in stage 'final' - Add CloudLinux OS support
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/cloud-init
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Ubuntu Online
HTML, JavaScript, CSS
β†’ 21.10
2021-10-29
Added new wallpapers
Url https://mwalters75.github.io/ubuntu-online/
LP https://launchpad.net/ubuntu-online
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Web based Ubuntu 21.10 desktop remake. You can try latest ubuntu edition remake from here, it features: Multi-window (You can open same application 2 (or more) times) Resizable, draggable windows Changeable wallpapers Similar interface with Gnome (Ubuntu Tour imitate Gnome Interface however never use Gnome code.) Clone applications To introduce the Ubuntu environment' beauty (on web) and for fun. :) I was inspired from tour.ubuntu.com (however not used code from this project)
lp-lint-doctest
Python
β†’ 0.4
2021-10-27
- Run on ``types: [rst]`` by default. This is a better default for use with repositories other than Launchpad itself (which can override this). - Declare support for Python 3.10.
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lp-lint-doctest is a style checker for Python doctests stored in text files (as opposed to doctests stored in docstrings), optimized for use in Launchpad development. It applies the following checks: * Comments should be in the narrative part of the doctest (i.e. in unindented text) rather than in Python examples. * Narrative text lines are limited to 78 characters. * Source lines in examples (beginning with ">>>" or "...") are limited to 70 characters. * Expected output lines in examples are limited to 74 characters. * Source and expected output lines should be indented by exactly four spaces. * There should be no trailing whitespace. * reStructuredText-style headings should be used, not MoinMoin-style. In addition, lp-lint-doctest runs pyflakes on the accumulated source code of each doctest file. This project was split out from Curtis Hovey's pocket-lint project. Since that was written, many other excellent linters have arisen for most of the other source types supported by pocket-lint, but there seems to be no other viable replacement for its doctest checks. lp-lint-doctest supports pre-commit. To use it, add the following to the "repos" section of your .pre-commit-config.yaml file: - repo: https://git.launchpad.net/lp-lint-doctest rev: '' # pick a git tag to point to hooks: - id: lp-lint-doctest
Kubernetes Dashboard Operator
β†’ 1.22+ck2
2021-10-27
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/kubernetes-dashboard-operator
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etcd-snaps
β†’ 1.22+ck2
2021-10-27
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/etcd-snaps
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Kubernetes Service Interface
β†’ 1.22+ck2
2021-10-27
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/kubernetes-service-interface
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pytest-operator
β†’ 1.22+ck2
2021-10-27
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/pytest-operator
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Harmonious Platform Systems
HTML
β†’ sitemenustructure
2021-10-26
Site version 2.4.2 released.
Url https://www.harmoniousplatformsystems.website
LP https://launchpad.net/harmonious
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Pitrix
Python, Shell
β†’ stablerelease
2021-10-26
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LP https://launchpad.net/pitrix
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Kubernetes Dashboard Operator
β†’ 1.22+ck1
2021-10-22
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LP https://launchpad.net/kubernetes-dashboard-operator
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etcd-snaps
β†’ 1.22+ck1
2021-10-22
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/etcd-snaps
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Kubernetes Service Interface
β†’ 1.22+ck1
2021-10-22
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/kubernetes-service-interface
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Open Rails
C#
β†’ 1.4
2021-10-19
Open Rails 1.4 has been released! Download: http://openrails.org/download/program/ Manual: http://openrails.org/learn/manual-and-tutorials/ Headlines: - Monogame graphics replace XNA with support for ReShade and more memory - Web server providing train data for web pages on other devices - Train Driving display in-game and on other devices - More realistic vacuum braking - Trainspotting camera including train-following car
Url http://openrails.org
LP https://launchpad.net/or
Img http://openrails.org/share/gallery/
Open Rails is just what the name implies - a railroad simulation platform that's open for inspection, open for continuous improvement, open to third parties and commercial enterprises, open to the community, and best of all, an open door to the future.
shrink
β†’ 1.0.0
2021-10-08
Url https://github.com/Lil-Nickel/shrink
LP https://launchpad.net/shrink
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url shortener made to be used in command line instead of websites or gui application example in bash : ~$ echo "your validation link is : $(shrink -u https://lil-nickel.tk/some-path -f text -s bit.ly)" output: `your validation link is : https://bit.ly/2YtHJ66` Required options: -u, --uri <arg> long url Optinal options: -a, --alias <arg> short alias (if service support) -s, --service <arg> shortening service -f, --format <arg> output format, (text, cli, json, xml) -h, --help this help message -v, --version print shrink version for now it's support 4 services 1. bit.ly 2. is.gd 3. git.io 4. 0i.is
Mixxx
C++, Javascript, XML
β†’ 2.3.1
2021-09-29
This is the first minor release of the Mixxx 2.3 branch. Have a look at the Mixxx website for more information: https://mixxx.org/news/tag/23/
Url https://www.mixxx.org/
LP https://launchpad.net/mixxx
Img http://www.mixxx.org/press.php
Code is hosted here: https://github.com/mixxxdj/mixxx (Mirrored on LaunchPad only for convenience. DO NOT submit merge requests here!) Translation is performed here:https://www.transifex.com/mixxx-dj-software/mixxxdj/ Discussion happens here: https://mixxx.zulipchat.com/ and on our forums: https://mixxx.org/forums
bison
β†’ 3.8.2
2021-09-26
Url http://www.gnu.org/software/bison/
LP https://launchpad.net/bison
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Bison is a parser generator in the style of yacc(1). It should be upwardly compatible with input files designed for yacc.
ahello
β†’ 20130101
2021-09-14
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/ahello
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lazr.uri
Python
β†’ 1.0.6
2021-09-13
- Adjust versioning strategy to avoid importing pkg_resources, which is slow in large environments.
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/lazr.uri
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This project is also part of https://launchpad.net/lazr.
lazr.batchnavigator
β†’ 1.3.1
2021-09-13
- Adjust versioning strategy to avoid importing pkg_resources, which is slow in large environments.
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LP https://launchpad.net/lazr.batchnavigator
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bison
β†’ 3.8.1
2021-09-11
Url http://www.gnu.org/software/bison/
LP https://launchpad.net/bison
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Bison is a parser generator in the style of yacc(1). It should be upwardly compatible with input files designed for yacc.
bison
β†’ 3.8
2021-09-10
Url http://www.gnu.org/software/bison/
LP https://launchpad.net/bison
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Bison is a parser generator in the style of yacc(1). It should be upwardly compatible with input files designed for yacc.
PyMarkups
Python
β†’ 3.1.2
2021-09-09
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/python-markups
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This module provides a wrapper around the various text markup languages, such as Markdown and reStructuredText (these two are supported by default).
kemeriyek
β†’ kemeriyek
2021-09-03
Url http://kemeriyek.com
LP https://launchpad.net/kemeriyek
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python-cinderclient
Python
β†’ 7.4.1
2021-09-02
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/python-cinderclient
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This is an official OpenStack Library project. Code is available at: https://github.com/openstack/python-cinderclient Releases are available at: http://pypi.python.org/pypi/python-cinderclient
cloud-init
python
β†’ 21.3
2021-08-23
Cloud-init release 21.3 is now available The 21.3 release: Β * spanned about 4 months Β * had 28 contributors from 29 domains Β * fixed 8 Launchpad issues Highlights: Β - Initial hotplug support Β - Datasource for VMware - Add support for VMware PhotonOS Β - ssh-util: allow cloudinit to merge all ssh keys into a custom user Β Β Β file, defined in AuthorizedKeysFile Β - Use instance-data-sensitive.json in jinja templates
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snapd
β†’ 2.51.3
2021-08-10
Url https://github.com/snapcore/snapd
LP https://launchpad.net/snapd
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snapd
β†’ 2.51.4
2021-08-10
Url https://github.com/snapcore/snapd
LP https://launchpad.net/snapd
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python-cinderclient
Python
β†’ 8.0.0
2021-07-28
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/python-cinderclient
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This is an official OpenStack Library project. Code is available at: https://github.com/openstack/python-cinderclient Releases are available at: http://pypi.python.org/pypi/python-cinderclient
lp-lint-doctest
Python
β†’ 0.3
2021-07-27
- Allow ``# noqa`` comments to suppress comment checks as well.
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lp-lint-doctest is a style checker for Python doctests stored in text files (as opposed to doctests stored in docstrings), optimized for use in Launchpad development. It applies the following checks: * Comments should be in the narrative part of the doctest (i.e. in unindented text) rather than in Python examples. * Narrative text lines are limited to 78 characters. * Source lines in examples (beginning with ">>>" or "...") are limited to 70 characters. * Expected output lines in examples are limited to 74 characters. * Source and expected output lines should be indented by exactly four spaces. * There should be no trailing whitespace. * reStructuredText-style headings should be used, not MoinMoin-style. In addition, lp-lint-doctest runs pyflakes on the accumulated source code of each doctest file. This project was split out from Curtis Hovey's pocket-lint project. Since that was written, many other excellent linters have arisen for most of the other source types supported by pocket-lint, but there seems to be no other viable replacement for its doctest checks. lp-lint-doctest supports pre-commit. To use it, add the following to the "repos" section of your .pre-commit-config.yaml file: - repo: https://git.launchpad.net/lp-lint-doctest rev: '' # pick a git tag to point to hooks: - id: lp-lint-doctest
lp-lint-doctest
Python
β†’ 0.2
2021-07-25
- Add ``--allow-option-flag`` command-line option to register custom ``doctest`` option flags. - Allow comments in source lines in examples if they contain ``doctest`` directives. - Allow suppressing checks for an example by adding a ``# noqa`` comment to any of its source lines.
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LP https://launchpad.net/lp-lint-doctest
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lp-lint-doctest is a style checker for Python doctests stored in text files (as opposed to doctests stored in docstrings), optimized for use in Launchpad development. It applies the following checks: * Comments should be in the narrative part of the doctest (i.e. in unindented text) rather than in Python examples. * Narrative text lines are limited to 78 characters. * Source lines in examples (beginning with ">>>" or "...") are limited to 70 characters. * Expected output lines in examples are limited to 74 characters. * Source and expected output lines should be indented by exactly four spaces. * There should be no trailing whitespace. * reStructuredText-style headings should be used, not MoinMoin-style. In addition, lp-lint-doctest runs pyflakes on the accumulated source code of each doctest file. This project was split out from Curtis Hovey's pocket-lint project. Since that was written, many other excellent linters have arisen for most of the other source types supported by pocket-lint, but there seems to be no other viable replacement for its doctest checks. lp-lint-doctest supports pre-commit. To use it, add the following to the "repos" section of your .pre-commit-config.yaml file: - repo: https://git.launchpad.net/lp-lint-doctest rev: '' # pick a git tag to point to hooks: - id: lp-lint-doctest
Probe-DOS Boot Disk
β†’ 0.93
2021-07-22
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Probe-DOS Boot Disk 0.91 Probe-DOS is a FreeDOS distribution designed to fit in a standard 1.44 MB floppy. FreeDOS is a complete, free, DOS-compatible operating system. This distribution is free and open-source. You are free to redistribute and modify it under the terms of GNU General Public License, version 2 (GNU GPL v2) ***USE THIS SOFTWARE AT YOUR OWN RISK WE DO NOT SHIP ANY GUARANTEE FOR IT*** ***WARNING: CONFIG.SYS loads drivers at startup, if you wish to upgrade firmware/BIOS using this boot disk, you should NOT have any drivers loaded*** Based on Kernel Build 2042 - 2016 May 16 The following utilities can be found on this distribution: freecom 0.84 -> command line interface edit 0.9.1.0 -> a text editor format 0.91 -> program for formating floppies label 1.4 -> program for adding/changing disk labels diskcopy 0.95 -> program for copying disks and disk images unzip 6.0 -> program for unzipping files fdisk 1.3.1 -> program for editing disk partitions defrag 1.3.2 -> program for disk defragmentation sys 3.6e -> program for creating FreeDOS boot disks chkdsk 0.9.2 -> program for checking file systems ctmouse 2.1 -> mouse driver himemx 3.34 -> high memory manager tdsk 2.3 -> program for creating ram disks pcicfg 1.19 -> program for displaying PCI information xfdisk 0.9.3 -> extended fdisk zerofill 1.05 -> fills empty space on a drive with zeros All utilities can be found at www.freedos.sourceforge.net/software/ PCICFG was obtained from www.cs.cmu.edu/~ralf/pub-files/rbpci119.zip, --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FreeDOS is a trademark of Jim Hall FreeDOS official site: www.freedos.org Probe-DOS site: www.launchpad.net/probe-dos
Arx Libertatis
C++
β†’ 1.2
2021-07-14
This release brings improved rune recognition when casting spells, as well as a new bow aim mode. Support for high resolutions and wide monitors is enhanced with configurable HUD and player book scaling. The text and audio language can now be changed in the menu. Further, item physics have been fixed and item dragging has been refined. On top of that, this release adds a console to execute arbitrary script commands.
Url http://arx-libertatis.org/
LP https://launchpad.net/arx
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Arx Fatalis features crafting, melee and ranged combat, as well as a unique casting system where the player draws runes in real time to effect the desired spell. Arx Libertatis updates and improves Arx Fatalis by supporting modern systems, porting the game to new systems as well as eliminating bugs and limitations. In the future we plan to improve and modernize the engine as well as enable customizations and mods by the community. Screenshot of the Castle of Arx Castle of Arx Arx Libertatis is based on the publicly released Arx Fatalis sources and available under the GPL 3+ license. This does however not include the game data, so you need to obtain a copy of the original Arx Fatalis or its demo to play Arx Libertatis.
GNU Chess
C
β†’ 6.2.9
2021-07-14
Url http://www.gnu.org/software/chess/
LP https://launchpad.net/gnuchess
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snapd
β†’ 2.51.2
2021-07-14
Url https://github.com/snapcore/snapd
LP https://launchpad.net/snapd
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Provider for Plainbox - Canonical Certification Server
β†’ 0.55.0
2021-07-12
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/plainbox-provider-certification-server
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Checkbox Provider - Canonical Certification Client
β†’ 0.46.0
2021-07-12
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LP https://launchpad.net/plainbox-provider-certification-client
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UPnP Router Control
C
β†’ 0.3.1
2021-07-10
This release fixes some bugs since 0.3 release, mostly the subdevice detection was broken causing the UI almost completely disabled. Features added: * Possibility to change network graph colors (and more clear download and upload lines) Removed libcurl dependency.
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LP https://launchpad.net/upnp-router-control
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Here my PPA with preview deb package for Ubuntu. https://launchpad.net/~dnax88/+archive/ppa Known routers working with UPnP Router Control: https://blueprints.launchpad.net/upnp-router-control/+spec/working-routers
EPICS Base
C/C++, Perl
β†’ 7.0.6
2021-07-04
See https://epics.anl.gov/base/R7-0/6.php for Release notes and other documentation
Url http://www.aps.anl.gov/epics/index.php
LP https://launchpad.net/epics-base
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EPICS Base contains the build system and build tools, common and OS-interface libraries, Channel Access client and server libraries, static and run-time database access routines, the database processing code, and standard record, device and driver support.
Mixxx
C++, Javascript, XML
β†’ 2.3.0
2021-06-29
https://mixxx.org/news/2021-06-28-mixxx-2-3-0-released/
Url https://www.mixxx.org/
LP https://launchpad.net/mixxx
Img http://www.mixxx.org/press.php
Code is hosted here: https://github.com/mixxxdj/mixxx (Mirrored on LaunchPad only for convenience. DO NOT submit merge requests here!) Translation is performed here:https://www.transifex.com/mixxx-dj-software/mixxxdj/ Discussion happens here: https://mixxx.zulipchat.com/ and on our forums: https://mixxx.org/forums
Timekpr-nExT
Pyhon 3.x
β†’ 0.5.2
2021-06-23
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LP https://launchpad.net/timekpr-next
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chkrootkit
β†’ 0.55
2021-06-11
Url http://www.chkrootkit.org
LP https://launchpad.net/chkrootkit
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chkrootkit is a tool to locally check for signs of a rootkit. It contains: * chkrootkit: shell script that checks system binaries for rootkit modification. * ifpromisc.c: checks if the interface is in promiscuous mode. * chklastlog.c: checks for lastlog deletions. * chkwtmp.c: checks for wtmp deletions. * check_wtmpx.c: checks for wtmpx deletions. (Solaris only) * chkproc.c: checks for signs of LKM trojans. * chkdirs.c: checks for signs of LKM trojans. * strings.c: quick and dirty strings replacement. * chkutmp.c: checks for utmp deletions.
osip
C
β†’ 5.2.1
2021-05-26
Url http://gnu.org/software/osip/
LP https://launchpad.net/osip
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CoreDNS Charm
β†’ 1.20+ck2
2021-05-24
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/charm-coredns
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layer-docker-registry
Python
β†’ 1.20+ck2
2021-05-24
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/layer-docker-registry
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Python OOPS wsgi adapter
β†’ 0.0.14
2021-05-21
* Fix test compatibility with testtools >= 0.9.17. (Colin Watson) * Add Python 3 support. (Colin Watson)
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/python-oops-wsgi
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This package is used to glue an OOPS Config object (from the main oops.config module) into a WSGI based web application. For discussion please join the Launchpad developers list: https://launchpad.net/~launchpad-dev
Python OOPS wsgi adapter
β†’ 0.0.15
2021-05-21
* Add tox testing support. (Colin Watson) * Avoid traceback reference cycles. (Colin Watson)
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/python-oops-wsgi
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This package is used to glue an OOPS Config object (from the main oops.config module) into a WSGI based web application. For discussion please join the Launchpad developers list: https://launchpad.net/~launchpad-dev
SoundConverter
python
β†’ 4.0.1
2021-05-15
Url http://soundconverter.org/
LP https://launchpad.net/soundconverter
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SoundConverter uses Python and GTK+ GUI toolkit, and runs on X Window System. Distributed under the GNU GPL v3: You can freely use, modify and redistribute it under the license.
LinuxHA
BASH
β†’ 1.2
2021-05-12
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/linuxha
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A brief history of LinuxHA: In 2010 I was studying Microsoft Windows Server 2008 in-depth. I was planning on obtaining my Microsoft Certified IT Professional certification from Umpqua Community College. At the same time, I was studying Linux in-depth and extensively involved in writing Bourne Again shell (Bash) scripts to automate the installation and configuration of open-source software. One day I had an idea. I wondered if it is possible to write a Bash script that automatically installs and configures all the necessary open-source software to create a server that contains the same technology included with Windows Server 2008. I wanted to create a master script that installs and configures all the software at once, similar to how Windows Server 2003 is designed. Two years later after countless hours of development, I finally had an alpha test script that was ready for testing with Ubuntu Server 12.04. I had to do some comparative analysis. I obtained a copy of Apple Macintosh Snow Leopard Server with a modified boot loader that allowed it to run on a VirtualBox virtual machine. I installed Windows Server 2012 Datacenter on the third virtual machine. I was fascinated to find out that not only do the Ubuntu Server software repositories contain the exact same open-source software found in Macintosh Server, but the exact same technology found in Windows Server! I knew at that point after finding out that Ubuntu Server is superior to Macintosh Server and Windows Server that I was on the right path by rewriting all my Debian Linux Bash scripts to work with Ubuntu Server. When I started developing LinuxHA, it was honestly like climbing Mount Everest. I thought I would never get this far. This monumental project has finally reached completion. After several years of development, I can finally say LinuxHA is ready for beta testing.
LinuxSOHO
BASH
β†’ 1.2
2021-05-12
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/linuxsoho
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GNU Chess
C
β†’ 6.2.8
2021-05-10
Url http://www.gnu.org/software/chess/
LP https://launchpad.net/gnuchess
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GNU Zile (Zile is Lossy Emacs)
C
β†’ 2.6.2
2021-05-05
Url http://www.gnu.org/software/zile/
LP https://launchpad.net/zile
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cloud-init
python
β†’ 21.2
2021-05-05
Cloud-init release 21.2 is now available The 21.2 release: Β * spanned about 2 months Β * had 23 contributors from 23 domains Β * fixed 12 Launchpad issues Highlights: - Azure support for consuming userdata from IMDS - Prefer partprobe for reading partition table if available - New config option to specify use of short hostname vs fqdn - Support BONDING_MODULE_OPTS on SUSE in sysconfig
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/cloud-init
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CoreDNS Charm
β†’ 1.21+ck1
2021-05-04
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/charm-coredns
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layer-docker-registry
Python
β†’ 1.21+ck1
2021-05-04
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/layer-docker-registry
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Breezy
Python
β†’ 3.2.0
2021-05-03
Url https://www.breezy-vcs.org/
LP https://launchpad.net/brz
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Breezy helps people collaborate on software development, by recording the history of the project, providing an easy means to copy the history around, and making it easy to merge changes between projects. Breezy is a fork of the Bazaar version control system - also hosted on Launchpad at https://launchpad.net/bzr. To find out more about Breezy, join us in #breezy on irc.oftc.net, write to us at <email address hidden>, or see the web page below. Bug handling guidelines: * https://www.breezy-vcs.org/developers/bug-handling.html
Cinera
β†’ tracker-opened
2021-05-02
03/05/21 - Tracker created
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/cinera
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Unofficial Cinera tracker for bugs, questions and answers.
Provider for Plainbox - Canonical Certification Server
β†’ 0.54.0
2021-04-30
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/plainbox-provider-certification-server
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Checkbox Provider - Canonical Certification Client
β†’ 0.45.0
2021-04-30
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/plainbox-provider-certification-client
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WHIZARD
Fortran 2008, ocaml
β†’ 3.0.0
2021-04-29
NLO QCD automation & UFO Majorana support fully released
Url https://whizard.hepforge.org/
LP https://launchpad.net/whizard
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WHIZARD is a program system designed for the efficient calculation of multi-particle scattering cross sections and simulated event samples. WHIZARD can evaluate NLO QCD corrections in the SM for arbitary lepton and hadron colliders. Tree-level matrix elements are generated automatically for arbitrary partonic processes by using the Optimized Matrix Element Generator O'Mega. Matrix elements obtained by alternative methods (e.g., including loop corrections) may be interfaced as well. The program is able to calculate numerically stable signal and background cross sections and generate unweighted event samples with reasonable efficiency for processes with up to eight final-state particles; more particles are possible. For more particles, there is the option to generate processes as decay cascades including complete spin correlations. Different options for QCD parton showers are available. Polarization is treated exactly for both the initial and final states. Final-state quark or lepton flavors can be summed over automatically where needed. For hadron collider physics, an interface to the standard LHAPDF is provided. For Linear Collider physics, beamstrahlung (CIRCE) and ISR spectra are included for electrons and photons. The events can be written to file in standard formats, including ASCII, StdHEP, the Les Houches event format (LHEF), HepMC, or LCIO. These event files can then be hadronized. WHIZARD supports the Standard Model and a huge number of BSM models. Model extensions or completely different models can be added. WHIZARD fully supports external models from UFO files. There are also legacy interfaces to FeynRules and SARAH. The code of released WHIZARD versions is hosted in a publically accessible GitLab: https://gitlab.tp.nt.uni-siegen.de/whizard/public
GNU libmicrohttpd
C
β†’ 0.9.73
2021-04-26
Url http://gnu.org/software/libmicrohttpd/
LP https://launchpad.net/libmicrohttpd
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Cyborg (OpenStack)
python
β†’ xena-2
2021-04-25
Url https://launchpad.net/openstack-cyborg
LP https://launchpad.net/openstack-cyborg
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* Wiki: https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Cyborg * Source: https://opendev.org/openstack/cyborg * Blueprints and Bugs: https://storyboard.openstack.org/#!/project/openstack/cyborg * Documentation: https://docs.openstack.org/cyborg/latest/ * Release notes: https://docs.openstack.org/releasenotes/cyborg/ * Design specifications: https://specs.openstack.org/openstack/cyborg-specs/
Cyborg (OpenStack)
python
β†’ xena-3
2021-04-25
Url https://launchpad.net/openstack-cyborg
LP https://launchpad.net/openstack-cyborg
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* Wiki: https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Cyborg * Source: https://opendev.org/openstack/cyborg * Blueprints and Bugs: https://storyboard.openstack.org/#!/project/openstack/cyborg * Documentation: https://docs.openstack.org/cyborg/latest/ * Release notes: https://docs.openstack.org/releasenotes/cyborg/ * Design specifications: https://specs.openstack.org/openstack/cyborg-specs/
Cyborg (OpenStack)
python
β†’ xena-rc1
2021-04-25
Url https://launchpad.net/openstack-cyborg
LP https://launchpad.net/openstack-cyborg
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* Wiki: https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Cyborg * Source: https://opendev.org/openstack/cyborg * Blueprints and Bugs: https://storyboard.openstack.org/#!/project/openstack/cyborg * Documentation: https://docs.openstack.org/cyborg/latest/ * Release notes: https://docs.openstack.org/releasenotes/cyborg/ * Design specifications: https://specs.openstack.org/openstack/cyborg-specs/
Sakura
C, GTK+
β†’ 3.8.2
2021-04-23
Url http://www.pleyades.net/david/projects/sakura
LP https://launchpad.net/sakura
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Sakura is a terminal emulator and it's only dependencies are GTK and VTE. It uses a notebook to provide several terminals in one window and allows to change configuration options via a contextual menu. No more no less.
WoeUSB
Shell script, Python
β†’ 0.2.8
2021-04-23
This release contains mainly small fixes related to packaging, localization and external resource acquisition.
Url https://github.com/WoeUSB/WoeUSB
LP https://launchpad.net/woeusb
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This package contains two programs: - woeusb: A command-line utility that enables you to create your own bootable Windows installation USB storage device from an existing Windows Installation disc or disk image - woeusbgui: A GUI wrapper of WoeUSB based on WxWidgets/GTK3+ Supported images: * Windows Vista * Windows 7 * Window 8 * Windows 8.1 * Windows 10 Compatible with all languages and any Release Tier (Home, Pro, Enterprise, etc.) as well as Windows PE/RE advanced installation/recovery images. Using wimtools, it can also split WIM files larger than 4GB, overcoming a major hurdle to the creation of installers for recent Windows releases in Linux. Supported bootmodes: * Legacy BIOS/MBR/CSM (Compatibility Support Module) * Native UEFI boot mode is supported for Windows 7 and later images (requires selecting FAT32 filesystem for target device)
WoeUSB
Shell script, Python
β†’ 5.1.0
2021-04-23
New support for preparing FAT32-formatted devices using a Windows source image (WIM archive) that is over the filesystem size limit (4 GiB) has been added. It works by using the file splitting feature of wimlib to split oversized WIM archives to be under the file size limit, and thus able to stored using the FAT32 filesystem. This shrinks the preparation time of a Windows 10 20H2 v2 source image from ~30:00 to just 2:13! Thanks to @varred at GitLab from WinToUsbLinux, whose implementation served as a reference for this feature. As a side effect, WoeUSB now lists wimlib as a runtime dependency.
Url https://github.com/WoeUSB/WoeUSB
LP https://launchpad.net/woeusb
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This package contains two programs: - woeusb: A command-line utility that enables you to create your own bootable Windows installation USB storage device from an existing Windows Installation disc or disk image - woeusbgui: A GUI wrapper of WoeUSB based on WxWidgets/GTK3+ Supported images: * Windows Vista * Windows 7 * Window 8 * Windows 8.1 * Windows 10 Compatible with all languages and any Release Tier (Home, Pro, Enterprise, etc.) as well as Windows PE/RE advanced installation/recovery images. Using wimtools, it can also split WIM files larger than 4GB, overcoming a major hurdle to the creation of installers for recent Windows releases in Linux. Supported bootmodes: * Legacy BIOS/MBR/CSM (Compatibility Support Module) * Native UEFI boot mode is supported for Windows 7 and later images (requires selecting FAT32 filesystem for target device)
Grafana Charm
β†’ 21.04
2021-04-22
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/grafana-charm
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libnhttp
c++
β†’ v1.0.0
2021-04-15
Url https://github.com/jay94ks/libnhttp
LP https://launchpad.net/libnhttp
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Native HTTP library for writing micro http server apps. This library is an HTTP server library that operates within a fixed memory and fixed number of thread workers. this isn't very powerful, but this can be used to write Rest APIs that require `C++` support under MSA (Micro Service Architecture).
CoreDNS Charm
β†’ 1.21
2021-04-15
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/charm-coredns
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layer-docker-registry
Python
β†’ 1.21
2021-04-15
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/layer-docker-registry
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Lifeograph
c++
β†’ 2.0.1
2021-04-09
Lifeograph 2.0.1 addresses some glitches detected in 2.0.0. All users are encouraged to upgrade.
Url http://lifeograph.sourceforge.net/
LP https://launchpad.net/lifeograph
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Sakura
C, GTK+
β†’ 3.8.1
2021-04-06
Url http://www.pleyades.net/david/projects/sakura
LP https://launchpad.net/sakura
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Sakura is a terminal emulator and it's only dependencies are GTK and VTE. It uses a notebook to provide several terminals in one window and allows to change configuration options via a contextual menu. No more no less.
Sakura
C, GTK+
β†’ 3.8.0
2021-03-30
Url http://www.pleyades.net/david/projects/sakura
LP https://launchpad.net/sakura
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Sakura is a terminal emulator and it's only dependencies are GTK and VTE. It uses a notebook to provide several terminals in one window and allows to change configuration options via a contextual menu. No more no less.
GNU Zile (Zile is Lossy Emacs)
C
β†’ 2.6.1
2021-03-25
Url http://www.gnu.org/software/zile/
LP https://launchpad.net/zile
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Castellan Key Manager Interface
β†’ 3.6.0
2021-03-19
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/castellan
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Castellan Key Manager Interface
β†’ 3.7.0
2021-03-19
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/castellan
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Castellan Key Manager Interface
β†’ 3.7.1
2021-03-19
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/castellan
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python-cinderclient
Python
β†’ 7.4.0
2021-03-15
Url
LP https://launchpad.net/python-cinderclient
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This is an official OpenStack Library project. Code is available at: https://github.com/openstack/python-cinderclient Releases are available at: http://pypi.python.org/pypi/python-cinderclient
Pigeon Planner
Python, PyGTK
β†’ 4.0.5
2021-03-14
Url http://www.pigeonplanner.com/
LP https://launchpad.net/pigeonplanner
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Polled via Launchpad API.