FileZilla 3.58.0-rc1 💾

FileZilla is a feature-rich FTP, FTPS and SSH FTP client, with support for all major plattforms. All tools are designed to aid moving and synchronizing files between local and remote file or webservers. It even allows multi-target uploading or editing files in-place. FileZilla also sports IPv6, a tabbed interface, resuming up and downloads, transfer speed limits, large files over 4GB, server and bookmark management, drag and drop, filtering, HTTPS / SOCKS5 / FTP proxying, and remote file searching.

minor bugfix: Negotiate custom ALPN with FileZilla Server =1.3.0 during TLS handshake to save some roundtrips during connection establishment. Prepare FileZilla to support TOTP-based 2FA authentication on future FileZilla Server versions. Made downloading updates more robust if the network connection is unreliable. Updated to libfilezilla 0.36.0.

GNU GPL c ftp ftps file-transfer

GNUnet Worker 0.4.0 💾

As it is often the case with network applications, GNUnet is built following a single-threaded event-driven model. This is an optimal model when dealing with high concurrency scenarios, but can be problematic in other contexts (like, for example, graphical user interfaces). To accomplish its event-driven flow, GNUnet uses a scheduler. Once such scheduler is started, it is not designed to be invoked by other threads, but can schedule only routines requested by its own thread. What to do then if an application needs to deal with multiple threads and let the latter interface with GNUnet's scheduler? This framework offers a simple solution by creating a “bearing” between the threads and the scheduler. The latter is run in its own dedicated thread and is unaware of the existence of other threads. Such a bearing consists in a “wish list” of routines to schedule, which can be populated asynchronously by any thread and gets emptied synchronously only by the scheduler according to the latter's natural flow.

major feature: (2022-02-01). Changes: Identifier `GNUNET_WORKER_ERR_OK` in `enum GNUNET_WORKER_ErrNo` has been renamed to `GNUNET_WORKER_SUCCESS`. The behavior of all functions has been rendered as agnostic as possible in respect to which thread invokes them. Conditional branching has been made more coherent, although this has come with a cost in the length and the complexity of the code. General code review. Documentation.

Affero GPLv3 c gnunet gnu library multithreading shared-library threads unix

Gitea 1.16.0 💾

Gitea is a painless self-hosted Git service. It is similar to GitHub, Bitbucket, and GitLab. Gitea is a fork of Gogs. See the Gitea Announcement blog post to read about the justification for a fork. Purpose The goal of this project is to provide the easiest, fastest, and most painless way of setting up a self-hosted Git service. With Go, this can be done with an independent binary distribution across all platforms and architectures that Go supports. This support includes Linux, macOS, and Windows, on architectures like amd64, i386, ARM, PowerPC, and others.

minor feature: BREAKING. Remove golang vendored directory. Paginate releases page amp; set default page size to 10. Only allow webhook to send requests to allowed hosts. SECURITY. Disable content sniffing on `PlainTextBytes`. Only view milestones from current repo. Sanitize user-input on file name. Use `hostmatcher` to replace `matchlist` to improve blocking of bad hosts in Webhooks. FEATURES. Add/update SMTP auth providers via cli. Support webauthn. Team permission allow different unit has different permission. Implement Well-Known URL for password change. Add support for ssh commit signing. Allow Loading of Diffs that are too large. Add copy button to markdown code blocks. Add.gitattribute assisted language detection to blame, diff and render. Add `PULL_LIMIT` and `PUSH_LIMIT` to cron.update_mirror task. Add Reindex buttons to repository settings page. Make SSL cipher suite configurable. Add groups scope/claim to OIDC/OAuth2 Provider. Add simple update checker to Gitea. Migrated Repository will show modifications when possible. Create pub/priv keypair for federation. Make LDAP be able to skip local 2FA. Add nodeinfo endpoint for federation purposes. Save and view /comment content history. Use git attributes to determine generated and vendored status for language stats and diffs. Add migrate from Codebase. Add migration from GitBucket. Add OAuth2 introspection endpoint. Add proxy settings and support for migration and webhook. Add microsoft oauth2 providers. Send registration email on user autoregistration. Defer Last Commit Info. Support unprotected file patterns. Add migrate from OneDev. Add option to update pull request by `rebase`. Add RSS/Atom feed support for user actions. Add support for corporate WeChat webhooks. Add a simple way to rename branch like gh. Add bundle download for repository. Add agit flow support in gitea. API. Add MirrorUpdated field to Repository API type. Adjust Fork API to allow setting a custom reposit

MITL git go

Not Autotools 2.3.0 💾

Not Autotools is collection of awesome and self-documented m4 macros for GNU Autotools. The macros are organized by topic and each topic has its own file. Most of the macros are independent from each other, so you can just copy and paste what you need. The few cases where a macro depends on a helper macro are documented.

minor feature: Commit 39 New library file `not-parallel-configure.m4` has been created, containing the. new macros `NC_THREAD_NEW()` and `NC_JOIN_THREADS()`. New macros `NC_AUTO_REQ_PROGS()` and `NM_AUTO_QUERY_PROGS()` have been. created in `not-autotools.m4`. Documentation. New examples have been created (`examples/not-parallel-configure`).

GNU GPLv3 m4 m4 macros autotools autoconf automake configure m4 library

Poppler 22.02.0 💾

Poppler is librarified PDF rendering toolkit derived from the Xpdf 3.0 code base. It can utilize X11-independent rendering backends like Cairo, Splash, or Qt4 Arthur. It's not designed for platform-agnosticy, but proper BSD/Linux integration; is used by various PDF applications (Evince, Okular, TeXStudio, pdftotext, Zathura, Xournal, Inkscape), and comes with a set of command-line tools of its own.

major bugfix: : core: Signature: Add a way to detect unsigned FormFieldSignature. Signature: Suport background image when using left and right text. Signature: path where to search for Firefox NSS in Windows. Signature: NSS code to work correctly in Windows/Android. Count only signature fields in PDFDoc::getNumSignatureFields. Minor code improvements. qt: Allow signing unsigned signature fields. Allow passing a background image for the signature when signing. Allow passing the document password when signing. leftFontSize being ignored when signing. glib: try with utf8 password if latin1 fails. New method for getting all signature fields of a document. compile with MSVC. utils: pdfsig: compile with MSVC. build system: NSS cmake check for MSVC.

GNU GPL c++ pdf rendering library developers

Vim 8.2.4282 💾

Vim is a highly configurable text editor built to enable efficient text editing. It is an improved version of the vi editor distributed with most UNIX systems. Vim is often called a "programmer's editor," and so useful for programming that many consider it an entire IDE. It's not just for programmers, though. Vim is perfect for all kinds of text editing, from composing email to editing configuration files.

minor feature: patch 8.2.4282: restricted mode requires the -Z command line option Problem: Restricted mode requires the -Z command line option. Solution: Use restricted mode when SHELL ends in "nologin" or "false". .

Other text-editor ide vi vim

SURF CFEngine Library (SCL) 1.2.0 💾

The SCL distribution consists of a library and services part. The services are build with the SCL building blocks. The goal is to setup a library were we can easily install/configure/maintain services. There are many services included and these are used at SURF for our HPC clusters and Office Automation. We hope that this is also useful for others and that will grow as the standard repo for CFengine services. In Ansible they call it playbooks and in Salt terms formula

minor feature: Some service bundles still referenced an old company library. Added a new bundle that can be used by services 'scl_service_rotate_files'. Jupyterhub and Postfix service enhancements.

GNU GPLv3 cfengine shell mustache json

GNUnet Worker 0.3.1 💾

As it is often the case with network applications, GNUnet is built following a single-threaded event-driven model. This is an optimal model when dealing with high concurrency scenarios, but can be problematic in other contexts (like, for example, graphical user interfaces). To accomplish its event-driven flow, GNUnet uses a scheduler. Once such scheduler is started, it is not designed to be invoked by other threads, but can schedule only routines requested by its own thread. What to do then if an application needs to deal with multiple threads and let the latter interface with GNUnet's scheduler? This framework offers a simple solution by creating a “bearing” between the threads and the scheduler. The latter is run in its own dedicated thread and is unaware of the existence of other threads. Such a bearing consists in a “wish list” of routines to schedule, which can be populated asynchronously by any thread and gets emptied synchronously only by the scheduler according to the latter's natural flow.

minor bugfix: (2022-01-29). Changes: Code review in the implementation (a possible memory leak before worker. Destruction has been prevented; the `O_NONBLOCK` flag has been assigned to The worker's file descriptor; unnecessary calls to `pthread_cond_signal()` Have been removed from `requirement.h`; general code review) Documentation.

Affero GPLv3 c gnunet gnu library multithreading shared-library threads unix

Checkstyle 9.3 💾

Checkstyle assists with source coding standard checking for Java. It supports the Sun or Google code conventions, but is flexible and configurable. It can be run as console tool, or integrated as ANT task.

minor feature: Support patterns in switch (preview-feature in Java 17) as described by JEP 406. New Check: UnusedVariable. OutOfMemory following CheckStyle 9.X upgrade. False positive in `MissingSwitchDefault` with pattern in switch label. OperatorWrapCheck` throws NPE on guarded patterns. UnnecessaryParentheses: false negative. All checks that use `AbstractCheck#getLine()` should check code points instead of characters for spacing. Stackoverflow error on deeply concatenated strings. StringLiteralEquality FN about String literal expression. Fail test execution if Input file does nor have message on violation line and Check has not signle message. Pitest: add new mutator REMOVE_CONDITIONALS. Run regression testing in CI over openjdk17. Let 'site' Github action to generate javadoc. Improve Japanese message translation. add file filters for non-compilable files in openjdk16. Update `bump-license-year.sh` to use `g4` file extension. Replace System.exit with Runtime.exit. Solve fb-contrib errors. Add github action to bump year in license. Enforce file size on Java inputs. Prevent usage of 'getFileContents()' method in code. Infra: migrate to Truth in tests. Update existing Input files to follow 100 line limit. Resolve Reflection Suppressions and Import Control. Add sb-contrib plugin to spotconfiguration. Refactor XdocsPagesTest to use some annotation to specify the property type. Replace assertions guarded by 'if' with assumeXXX methods in tests. Remove checkConstructorIsPrivate from TestUtil#isUtilsClassHasPrivateConstructor.

MITL java coding-style syntax-checker command-line

4MLinux 38.1 💾

4MLinux is a small, independent, general-purpose Linux distribution with a strong focus on the following four "M" of computing: Maintenance (system rescue Live CD), Multimedia (full support for a huge number of image, audio and video formats), Miniserver (DNS, FTP, HTTP, MySQL, NFS, Proxy, SMTP, SSH, and Telnet), and Mystery (meaning a collection of classic Linux games).

minor feature: This is a minor (point) release in the 4MLinux STABLE channel. Details at www.4mlinux.com

GNU GPLv3 x window system x11 console terminal osdistro

WackoWiki 6.1.6 💾

WackoWiki is a light and easy to install multilingual Wiki-engine. Supports WYTIWYG-editing, page rights (ACLs), design themes (skins), file upload, email notification, URI router, template engine, session handler and much more. Compatible with PHP 7.3 - 8.1 and MariaDB / MySQL.

minor bugfix: Bug fix release for 6.1.x series, fixes broken delete cluster option, moves table column styles to CSS, unifies time field names in file table, miscellaneous minor fixes, clipboard.js v2.0.9

BSDL php javascript mysql web-based documentation education wiki

Gitea 1.15.11 💾

Gitea is a painless self-hosted Git service. It is similar to GitHub, Bitbucket, and GitLab. Gitea is a fork of Gogs. See the Gitea Announcement blog post to read about the justification for a fork. Purpose The goal of this project is to provide the easiest, fastest, and most painless way of setting up a self-hosted Git service. With Go, this can be done with an independent binary distribution across all platforms and architectures that Go supports. This support includes Linux, macOS, and Windows, on architectures like amd64, i386, ARM, PowerPC, and others.

minor feature: v1.15.11 SECURITY. Only view milestones from current repo. . broken when no commits and default branch is not master. commit's time. restore without topic failure. mermaid import in 1.15 (it uses ESModule now). Update to go/text 0.3.7. MISC. Upgrade EasyMDE to 2.16.1.

MITL git go

OpenHV 20220128 💾

An Open Source 90s Pixelart Science-Fiction Real Time Strategy game with Multiplayer (LAN and internet) support, competent skirmish AI as well as an integrated map editor. All the assets are licensed under Open Source compliant terms.

major bugfix:

GNU GPLv3 game rts pixelart sci-fi strategy

Wine 7.1 💾

Wine is an implementation of the Windows API on top of X and Unix. It does not require Microsoft Windows, but can use native Windows DLLs if they are available. It provides both a development toolkit for porting Windows source code to Unix as well as a program loader, allowing many unmodified Windows programs to run on x86-based Unixes.

minor feature: Vulkan 1.3 support. A number of theming. WebSocket improvements. Improved cursor clipping on macOS. IDL compiler for C++. Various.

GNU LGPL c x86 windows win32 emulator compatibility library desktop operating-system

LimeSurvey 5.2.11 (build 220124) 💾

LimeSurvey is a web application that interacts with MySQL, MSSQL, or Postgres to develop surveys, publish surveys, and collect responses to surveys. Once a survey has been created, data can be inserted into the survey either by a "pretty" public screen which presents each question one at a time, or by a quick and nasty data entry screen. It includes the capacity to generate individualized "tokens", so that invitations can be issued to participants. It also has the capacity to set conditions on whether questions will display (branching), numerous question types, and a basic statistics function.

minor feature: SQL error when trying to import duplicate survey language settings (Carsten Schmitz). If no language is set the email body might be empty for invitations/reminders (Carsten Schmitz). Updated translation: Portuguese (Portugal) by samarta. Updated translation: Finnish by Jmantysalo, tigger. Updated translation: Dutch by Han. Updated translation: Dutch (Informal) by Han. Updated translation: Croatian by rovinj. Updated translation: Catalan by qualitatuvic.

GNU GPL survey php mysql mssql postgres

GNUnet Worker 0.3.0 💾

As it is often the case with network applications, GNUnet is built following a single-threaded event-driven model. This is an optimal model when dealing with high concurrency scenarios, but can be problematic in other contexts (like, for example, graphical user interfaces). To accomplish its event-driven flow, GNUnet uses a scheduler. Once such scheduler is started, it is not designed to be invoked by other threads, but can schedule only routines requested by its own thread. What to do then if an application needs to deal with multiple threads and let the latter interface with GNUnet's scheduler? This framework offers a simple solution by creating a “bearing” between the threads and the scheduler. The latter is run in its own dedicated thread and is unaware of the existence of other threads. Such a bearing consists in a “wish list” of routines to schedule, which can be populated asynchronously by any thread and gets emptied synchronously only by the scheduler according to the latter's natural flow.

major feature: The interface has changed in respect to worker creation. All the three functions `GNUNET_WORKER_create()`, `GNUNET_WORKER_start_serving()`. `GNUNET_WORKER_adopt_running_scheduler()` now return error codes, while the handle for the allocated worker is passed via placeholder argument. This breaks binary compatibility with previous versions. Using error codes has allowed to remove several log messages, which now will be up to the user. Support for a `master_routine` argument has been added to. `GNUNET_WORKER_adopt_running_scheduler()` (again, binary compatibility break). The `GNUNET_WorkerHandlerRoutine` data type has been renamed to. `GNUNET_WORKER_MasterRoutine`. A new `GNUNET_WORKER_ERR_NOT_ALONE` error code can now be returned by. `GNUNET_WORKER_synch_destroy()` and `GNUNET_WORKER_timedsynch_destroy()`. The role of the `on_worker_end` routine has been defined more strictly. General code review in the implementation. Documentation. Examples.

Affero GPLv3 c gnunet gnu library multithreading shared-library threads unix

Ruby-Gems Ruby-Gem-v1.0.0.gem 💾

RubyGems.org is the Ruby community’s gem hosting service. Instantly publish your gems and then install them. Use the API to find out more about available gems. Become a contributor and improve the site yourself. RubyGems.org is made possible through a partnership with the greater Ruby community. Fastly provides bandwidth and CDN support, Ruby Central covers infrastructure costs, and Ruby Together funds ongoing development and ops work. Learn more about our sponsors and how they work together.

major feature:

Mixed ruby shell phyton curl php

Mozilla Firefox 96.0.3 💾

Firefox is a widely used web browser. It's based on Mozillas Gecko HTML rendering and IonMonkey JavaScript engine. It supports HTML5, XML, XHTML, SVG 1.1, MathML, XSLT, CSS3, Web fonts, APNG, SSL/TLS, sandboxed JavaScript 1.8.5 with many newer DOM and WHATWG extensions. It's highly extensible and themeable, provides tabbed browsing, security and privacy features, traditional and live/smart bookmarks.

minor feature: an that allowed unexpected data to be submitted in some of our search telemetry ( ), Reference link to 96.0.2 release notes

MPL c++ web-browser html5 javascript mozilla

GNUnet Worker 0.2.0 💾

As it is often the case with network applications, GNUnet is built following a single-threaded event-driven model. This is an optimal model when dealing with high concurrency scenarios, but can be problematic in other contexts (like, for example, graphical user interfaces). To accomplish its event-driven flow, GNUnet uses a scheduler. Once such scheduler is started, it is not designed to be invoked by other threads, but can schedule only routines requested by its own thread. What to do then if an application needs to deal with multiple threads and let the latter interface with GNUnet's scheduler? This framework offers a simple solution by creating a “bearing” between the threads and the scheduler. The latter is run in its own dedicated thread and is unaware of the existence of other threads. Such a bearing consists in a “wish list” of routines to schedule, which can be populated asynchronously by any thread and gets emptied synchronously only by the scheduler according to the latter's natural flow.

minor feature: Identifier `GNUNET_WORKER_ERR_NOTIFICATION` in `enum GNUNET_WORKER_ErrNo` has been renamed to `GNUNET_WORKER_ERR_SIGNAL`. A missing check has been added to `GNUNET_WORKER_adopt_running_scheduler()`. Owned threads have been ensured to result in either joined or detached after calling `GNUNET_WORKER_asynch_destroy()`, `GNUNET_WORKER_synch_destroy()`. `GNUNET_WORKER_timedsynch_destroy()` or `GNUNET_WORKER_dismiss()`. `GNUNET_WORKER_ERR_SIGNAL` has been added to the possible return values of `GNUNET_WORKER_start_serving()`. Stack usage during worker creation has been drastically reduced. Log messages and source code have been made more expressive. The `Requirement` data type and its methods have been moved to a separate private header (`src/requirement.h`). The public header has been moved to the `include` subdirectory. General package review. Documentation. Examples.

Affero GPLv3 c gnunet gnu library multithreading shared-library threads unix

ReMove to Waste 0.8.1 💾

rmw (ReMove to Waste) is a safe-remove utility for the command line. Its goal is to conform to the FreeDesktop.org Trash specification and therefore be compatible with KDE, GNOME, XFCE, and others. Desktop integration is optional however, and by default, rmw will only use a waste folder separated from your desktop trash. One of its unique features is the ability to purge files from your Waste/Trash directories after x number of days.

minor feature: * the curses menu library is now much more likely to be found on *BSD systems * bugfix: when attempting to restore a file from a waste folder listed in the config file that has a trailing slash, rmw will no longer report that the file is not in a waste folder. - curses is no longer a requirement (configure -Dwithout-curses=true) - removed '-e' command line option ('--empty' option not affected)

GNU GPLv3 terminal c end-users curses file-manager

Vim 8.2.4227 💾

Vim is a highly configurable text editor built to enable efficient text editing. It is an improved version of the vi editor distributed with most UNIX systems. Vim is often called a "programmer's editor," and so useful for programming that many consider it an entire IDE. It's not just for programmers, though. Vim is perfect for all kinds of text editing, from composing email to editing configuration files.

minor feature: patch 8.2.4227: Vim9: using "lockvar!" in :def function does not work Problem: Vim9: using "lockvar!" in :def function does not work. Solution: Add "!" instead of "-1".

Other text-editor ide vi vim

Not Autotools 2.2.2 💾

Not Autotools is collection of awesome and self-documented m4 macros for GNU Autotools. The macros are organized by topic and each topic has its own file. Most of the macros are independent from each other, so you can just copy and paste what you need. The few cases where a macro depends on a helper macro are documented.

minor feature: Commit 38 Code review (macros `NR_HISTORY_ROOT_VSTATE()` and `NR_BUMP_VSTATE()` in. `not-autoversion.m4` made sure that the default `NR_PROJECT_MINVER` is set. to `1` when `NR_PROJECT_MAJVER` is `0`).

GNU GPLv3 m4 m4 macros autotools autoconf automake configure m4 library

git 2.35.0 💾

Git is a distributed version control system, originally designed for Linux kernel development and large projects with non-linear workflows. It's comprised of individual tools, reuses ssh and rsync protocols, emphasises speed and data integrity, and keeps every checkout as full-fledged repository, and cryptographically authenticates source history. Various graphical frontends, IDE integrations and web services (GitHub) exist; with its git-fast-export format meanwhile serves interoperability with bzr, hg, fossil, svn.

minor feature: _" is now treated as any other URL-valid characters in an URL when, matching the per-URL configuration variable names. The color palette used by "git grep" has been updated to match that, of GNU grep. You may need to define NO_UNCOMPRESS2 Makefile macro if you build, with zlib older than 1.2.9. If your compiler cannot grok C99, the build will fail. See the, instruction at the beginning of git-compat-util.h if this happens, to you. "git status --porcelain=v2" now show the number of stash entries, with --show-stash like the normal output does. "git stash" learned the "--staged" option to stash away what has, been added to the index (and nothing else). "git var GIT_DEFAULT_BRANCH" is a way to see what name is used for, the newly created branch if "git init" is run. Various operating modes of "git reset" have been made to work, better with the sparse index. "git submodule deinit" for a submodule whose.git metadata, directory is embedded in its working tree refused to work, until, the submodule gets converted to use the "absorbed" form where the, metadata directory is stored in superproject, and a gitfile at the, top-level of the working tree of the submodule points at it. The, command is taught to convert such submodules to the absorbed form, as needed. The completion script (in contrib/) learns that the "--date", option of commands from the "git log" family takes "human" and, "auto" as valid values. "Zealous diff3" style of merge conflict presentation has been added. The "git log --format= (describe)" placeholder has been extended to, allow passing selected command-line options to the underlying "git, describe" command. "default" and "reset" have been added to our color palette. The cryptographic signing using ssh keys can specify literal keys, for keytypes whose name do not begin with the "ssh-" preby, using the "key::" premechanism (e.g. "key::ecdsa-sha2-nistp256"). "git fetch" without the "--update-head-ok" option ought to protect, a checked out branch

GNU LGPL c git scm vcs dvcs

GNUnet Worker 0.1.0 💾

As it is often the case with network applications, GNUnet is built following a single-threaded event-driven model. This is an optimal model when dealing with high concurrency scenarios, but can be problematic in other contexts (like, for example, graphical user interfaces). To accomplish its event-driven flow, GNUnet uses a scheduler. Once such scheduler is started, it is not designed to be invoked by other threads, but can schedule only routines requested by its own thread. What to do then if an application needs to deal with multiple threads and let the latter interface with the GNUnet scheduler?

major feature: **GNUnet Worker** has been published.

Affero GPLv3 c gnunet gnu library multithreading shared-library threads unix

firejail 0.9.68rc2 💾

Firejail is a security sandbox tool, which utilizes Linux 3.x namespaces to setup restricted environments for untrusted applications. It works for console and graphical applications, servers, or even login sessions; by assigning them and their subprocesses a private view of globally shared kernel resources. Firejail isolates mount points, adds chrooting, filesystem writability or overlays, sandbox filesystem sharing, networking stack and firewall isolation, constrains interprocess communication, and separates processes. It comes with default profiles for Firefox or Evince, includes Seccomp and Linux caps support.

minor feature: Work in progress. Exit code: distinguish fatal signals by adding 128. File descriptors greater than 2 (--keep-fd). Intrusion detection system (--ids-init, --ids-check). Deterministic shutdown (--deterministic-exit-code. --deterministic-shutdown). Noprinters command. Network monitor (--nettrace). Network locker (--netlock). Whitelist-ro profile command. AppImage support in --build command. Build: firecfg.config is now installed to /etc/firejail/. Removed --disable-whitelist at compile time. Removed whitelist=yes/no in /etc/firejail/firejail.config. New condition: ALLOW_TRAY. Remove (some) environment variables with auth-tokens. New includes: whitelist-run-common.inc, disable-X11.inc. Removed includes: disable-passwordmgr.inc. New profiles: microsoft-edge-beta, clion-eap, lifeograph, zim. New profiles: io.github.lainsce.Notejot, rednotebook, gallery-dl. New profiles: yt-dlp, goldendict, goldendict, bundle, cmake. New profiles: make, meson, pip, codium, telnet, ftp, OpenStego. New profiles: imv, retroarch, torbrowser, CachyBrowser. New profiles: notable, RPCS3, wget2, raincat, conitop, 1passwd. New profiles: Seafile, neovim.

GNU GPL c linux security process-isolation namespaces sandbox

EKO sound editor 7.0.1 💾

EKO is small and simple sound editor based on Qt5/6, Portaudio, libsndfile and libsamplerate. It has basic editing, utility and analysis functions, the rack with realtime effects (not so much), GUI themes and palettes support.

major bugfix: Cmake support - fixed

Public Domain sound

Notebook PEA 1.6 💾

Notebook PEA protects texts using authenticated encryption (EAX mode) for confidentiality, integrity, and authenticity of the text. Notebook PEA works like a self-decrypting archive (SDA): the plaintext is never stored on disk, instead it is displayed in a simple text editor with some styling functionality, redo/undo and copy, cut, paste commands. Supports access to Nextcloud, Owncloud and other cloud providers that support the WebDAV protocol.

major feature: - Setting of algorithms and parameters in one dialog - Key files can be added as a second security factor to the password - Changing and installing languages - Open encrypted files and initialize new files in the text editor - Minor features, GUI changes and bugfixes - Accessibility: Keyboard access improved

GNU GPL cryptography security text-editor java cross-plattform linux cloud-support

VICE - Versatile Commodore Emulator 3.6.1 💾

VICE is a program that runs on a Unix, DOS, Win32, OS/2, BeOS, Amiga or Mac OS X machine and executes programs intended for the old 8-bit computers. The current version emulates the C64, the C64DTV, the C128, the VIC20, practically all PET models, the PLUS4 and the CBM-II (aka C610/C510). An extra emulator is provided for C64 expanded with the CMD SuperCPU. VICE is *free* software released under the GNU General Public License, and as such it comes with full source code.

major bugfix: This is a service release which fixes some regressions and annoyances reported by our users after the 3.6 release. See https://vice-emu.sourceforge.io/NEWS for details.

GNU GPL emulator cross-platform c

GitLab 14.7.0 💾

GitLab is a development collaboration tool and git DVCS frontend. It includes repository management features, code reviews, an issue tracker, activity feeds and wikis. GitLab provides fine-grained access control, user management, 5 permission levels and branch constraints, and can utilize LDAP/AD intranet authorization. Powered by Ruby on Rails it comes as open source package, and as commercial supported enterprise version.

major feature: (2022-01-21). ### Added (84 changes). Add verification before namespace creation (gitlab-org/gitlab@62c6ea0ff38f4a90ede4d5200e78206cdb71d29b) ( merge request (gitlab-org/gitlab!77315)). Add GraphQL mutation to destroy timeline events (gitlab-org/gitlab@71a1be80522bd01d3434dde6a5bb009454e65839) ( merge request (gitlab-org/gitlab!78192)) GitLab Enterprise Edition. ApplicationSetting: Add runner_token_expiration_interval field (gitlab-org/gitlab@d62621aa82714995cfe84c056773b291775b77bc) by @KyleFromKitware ( merge request (gitlab-org/gitlab!77884)). Rate limit Gitlab Shell operations (gitlab-org/gitlab@ddda5851babbad2f89b7ba37b0437b87e55950e5) ( merge request (gitlab-org/gitlab!78373)). Add `Delete` button to label edit view (gitlab-org/gitlab@07fa8e097bfc1143cfe362a0a4f2031d4792b73b) ( merge request (gitlab-org/gitlab!77917)). Enable autocomplete on cadence iteration create/edit pages (gitlab-org/gitlab@f0f99fc37266ebffb82134419bde8346ca799091) by @espadav8 ( merge request (gitlab-org/gitlab!78272)) GitLab Enterprise Edition. Extend GraphQL API interface with `securityTrainingProviders` field (gitlab-org/gitlab@d182af0c80834ddfc6f5db0587202f013351a42e) ( merge request (gitlab-org/gitlab!78195)) GitLab Enterprise Edition. Hierarchy page to show work items (gitlab-org/gitlab@a88b585c3b8cc4fd4fd11229e175ed4e24dead13) ( merge request (gitlab-org/gitlab!76720)). Add group level access token UI (gitlab-org/gitlab@a1a5cb34efe5218b562c69e621fc586625b3ed0a) by @fh1ch ( merge request (gitlab-org/gitlab!77449)). Remove ci_archived_build_trace_checksum feature flag (gitlab-org/gitlab@fbdec367917ae9f8ec4577f6de6ecd292755d5d0) ( merge request (gitlab-org/gitlab!78368)). Add scan result policies into the policy (gitlab-org/gitlab@71e49518d368fa7ab6a20a7ce295b5025923179f) ( merge request (gitlab-org/gitlab!77810)) GitLab Enterprise Edition. Enable logging when recursive webhook detected (gitlab-org/gitlab@2c9dc9a4b3d8b9f510369277f9d9fb12c319ee57) ( merge re

MITL ruby ruby-on-rails git dvcs wiki bugtracker version-control

Calibre 5.35 💾

Calibre is an e-book library management application, viewer and editor. It's also commonly used for e-book file format conversion and syncing to reader devices. Calibre also simplifies downloading news from the web and converting them into e-book form, and can act as content server for online access to your book collection.

minor feature: Release: 5.35 21 Jan, 2022 New features Coloring/icon rules: Allow creating a rule for date columns that matches *today* Kobo driver: Add support for new firmware. Content server: Show total number of results when searching for books E-book viewer: searching for text near the end of a chapter sometimes not working E-book viewer: auto hyphenation on macOS not rendering the hyphens correctly Edit book: Reports: thumbnails of SVG images not rendered. ODT metadata: Support reading tags from multiple lt;keyword gt; elements. LRF Input: a regression in calibre 5 that broke parsing of some LRF files MOBI output: Dont fail if input document contains invalid based lengths AZW3 Input: Handle AZW3 files with incorrect TAGX Offset INDX header fields Comic conversion: conversion of comic images that are stored as grayscale images in JPEG format not working when converting to PDF with image processing turned off calibredb catalog: --ids and --search options not working for CSV/XML catalogs Tag browser: the find box not using all available width E-book viewer: Remove books that do not exist from the recently opened book list Completion popups: display of items containing line breaks. line breaks in custom column descriptions not being rendered in their tooltips Preferences- gt;Searching- gt;Clear search histories not taking effect till a restart for some search boxes Hierarchical entries in user category may not merge correctly in tag browser New news sources. Dw.de by xav. Equestria Daily by Timothee Andres Improved news sources. Foreign Affairs. MIT Technology Review. Reuters. Clarin. General Knowledge Today. Popular Science.

GNU GPLv3 python c++ ebook-reader e-book conversion

phpMyAdmin 5.1.2 💾

phpMyAdmin is a tool intended to handle the administration of MySQL over the Web. It can create, rename, and drop databases, create/drop/alter tables, delete/edit/add fields, execute any SQL statement, manage keys on fields, create dumps of tables and databases, export/import CSV data, and administrate one single database and multiple MySQL servers.

minor bugfix: Replaced MySQL documentation redirected links. JS error on Designer visual builder on some modal buttons. Re-build openlayers JS dependency from the source files and provide a smaller JS bundle. Imports and theme detection depending on the current working dir. Update JavaScript dependencies. Remove hardcoded row length for " cfg 'CharTextareaRows' " to allow back values 7. Encoding of enum and set values on edit value. Set value as selected when it has special chars on edit value enum. Distinct URLs broken on nullable text fields. Two possible PHP errors using INT data. Possible warning "Undefined index: output_format" on export. Warning "Undefined index: ods_recognize_percentages" on Import ODS. Warning "Undefined array key "ods_recognize_currency" on Import ODS. "Notice: Undefined index: foreign_keys_data" on Designer remove relation. Backquote phpMyAdmin table name on internal relation delete query for Designer. Do not try to delete internal relations if they are not configured. Show success messages on Designer for add and remove relation operations. Possible "Undefined index: clause_is_unique" on replace value in cell. Case where _SERVER 'REQUEST_METHOD' is undefined. Configuration error handler registration. Server variables get/set value not working on multi server server 1. Multi table query submit on server 1 logged out user. Multi edit on central columns on server 1 logged out user. PHP error on query submit without a table name on multi table query box. Multi table query results shows for 1 sec and then page refreshes. a non translated button text on central columns add. Table width on Query by example page for large screens. NULL default had a value on insert with datatime fields. Missing privilege escaping when assigning multiple databases with '_' to an user. The margin on the last database of the tree on all themes w

GNU GPL database system-administration php mysql mariadb

Pentobi 20.0 💾

Pentobi is a computer opponent for the board game Blokus. It supports the game variants Classic, Duo, Trigon, Junior, Nexos, GembloQ and Callisto. Pentobi has different levels of playing strength, a game analysis function and can rate the playing strength of human players. Games can be saved and loaded in Smart Game Format including comments and move variations.

minor bugfix: Workarounds for bugs in Qt 5.15 that caused crashes and bugs in Qt 6.2 that caused wrong positioning of pieces. Install documentation to /usr/share/doc because snap versions of Firefox/Chromium have no permission to open files in /usr/share/help. Support for compiling Android app with Qt 6.

GNU GPLv3 c++ game board-game

LimeSurvey 5.2.10 (build 220118) 💾

LimeSurvey is a web application that interacts with MySQL, MSSQL, or Postgres to develop surveys, publish surveys, and collect responses to surveys. Once a survey has been created, data can be inserted into the survey either by a "pretty" public screen which presents each question one at a time, or by a quick and nasty data entry screen. It includes the capacity to generate individualized "tokens", so that invitations can be issued to participants. It also has the capacity to set conditions on whether questions will display (branching), numerous question types, and a basic statistics function.

minor feature: No sql exception when gid parameter is empty on load view for question group (Ahmed Galad's). Database error when upgrading from 2.0.6 to 5.2.9 when using MSSQL (Carsten Schmitz). Error 404 when we press the button (Gabriel Jenik). Error shown when try to load a saved survey (Gabriel Jenik). No way to go to submit button in create group or question form with keyboard (Gabriel Jenik). Condition' vs. 'Relevance equation' (Gabriel Jenik). Dual scale answer texts are not exported correctly when using full text option (Gabriel Jenik). Wrong statistics with Other answers in single choice questions (Gabriel Jenik). Conversion failed when converting the nvarchar value 'NaN' to data type int (Gabriel Jenik). Updated translation: Portuguese (Portugal) by samarta. Updated translation: Polish by elissa. Updated translation: Polish (Informal) by elissa. Updated translation: Finnish by Jmantysalo. Updated translation: Dutch by Han. Updated translation: Dutch (Informal) by Han. Updated translation: Czech by jelen1. Updated translation: Czech (Informal) by jelen1, slansky.

GNU GPL survey php mysql mssql postgres

Mozilla Firefox 96.0.2 💾

Firefox is a widely used web browser. It's based on Mozillas Gecko HTML rendering and IonMonkey JavaScript engine. It supports HTML5, XML, XHTML, SVG 1.1, MathML, XSLT, CSS3, Web fonts, APNG, SSL/TLS, sandboxed JavaScript 1.8.5 with many newer DOM and WHATWG extensions. It's highly extensible and themeable, provides tabbed browsing, security and privacy features, traditional and live/smart bookmarks.

minor feature: an that caused tab height to display inconsistently on Linux when audio was played ( ), an that caused Lastpass dropdowns to appear blank in Private Browsing mode ( ), a crash encountered when resizing a Facebook app ( ), Reference link to 96.0.1 release notes

MPL c++ web-browser html5 javascript mozilla