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Fink is a package management system for Mac OS X and Darwin systems. It utilizes Debians apt and dpkg tools, while "fink" itself is the source to package building system. The project also adapts sources for broader compatibility with Mac/Darwin systems.
deb-pkg-tools is a Python module for managing Debian packages. It provides for inspecting, building, checking and signing packages, or managing repositories. deb-pkg-tools thereby bases its API on manual meta data parsing or wrapping calls to native tools, such as dpkg, dpkg-deb, lintian, apt-get, apt-ftparchiv, gzip, fakeroot, gpg, dpkg-scanpackages.
wpkg.exe is a package manager for Windows, which is fully compatible with the Debian package format, and also implements APT-style dependency resolution. It also runs on Linux and MacOSX, and there's a graphical frontend alternatively. It supports package installation with implicit repositories over various protocols.
Alien is a Linux software package conversion tool. It transforms between Debian (.deb), Red Had (.rpm), Solaris (.pkg) and Slackware (.tgz/txz) archives. After transforming meta data and contained installation scripts, it can even install them right away. It runs most robustly on Debian-based systems, but also works with less frequently used RPM distros.
Debreate is a tool that helps building Debian packages (.deb). It provides an easy to use interface to set control and meta information, select files for packaging, dependencies, and add scripts.
Netvisix is a Qt-based network analyzer. It can inspect various network protocols and packets, such as ARP, IPv4, IPv6, ICMP, ICMPv6, IGMP, TCP, UDP,
Cross Package Maker
XPM is an experimental branch of fpm (effing package management). Both simplify generating DEB, RPM, OSX, Solaris packages and some language-specific
go-ocr is a tool for extracting plain text from scanned documents in pdf or djvu formats, and postprocessing of the text using user-defined rewriting
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