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|@@ -185,6 +185,7 @@ App=ri-li;Games;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/ri-li.png;amdmi3@FreeBSD.org;|
|App=rpm2cpio;Archivers;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/rpm2cpio.png;nox@FreeBSD.org;UNKNOWN;Unknown-Free;Text;RPM,CPIO,converter,archiver;Convert .rpm files for extraction with /usr/bin/cpio<br><br>Quoting the author:<br><br>why does the world need another rpm2cpio? because the existing one<br>won't build unless you have half a ton of things that aren't really<br>required for it, since it uses the same library used to extract RPM's.<br>in particular, it won't build on the HPsUX box I'm on.<br><br>(this one needs just perl)<br><br>Updated version by Sergey Babkin that doesn't slurp the entire file<br>into memory and supports the newer bzip2 compressed rpms.<br><br>BUGS: if the rpm contains more than one cpio file this version<br>extracts only the first one. (I don't know how widespread these<br>types of rpms are, i haven't yet seen one. If you do, try the<br>binary rpm2cpio that comes with the archivers/rpm port.)<br><br>Now called rpm2cpio.pl so that it doesn't conflict with the binary one.<br>;;1384891864;nox@FreeBSD.org;Convert .rpm files for extraction with /usr/bin/cpio, needs just perl<br>;|
|App=rsnapshot;System Utilities;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/rsnapshot.png;firstname.lastname@example.org;http://www.rsnapshot.org;GPL;Text;system,backup,restore,snapshot;rsnapshot is a filesystem snapshot utility based on rsync(1).<br>rsnapshot makes it easy to make periodic snapshots of local machines,<br>and remote machines over ssh. The code makes extensive use of hard links<br>whenever possible, to greatly reduce the disk space required.<br><br>It is written entirely in perl with no module dependencies, and has been<br>tested with versions 5.004 through 5.8.1.<br><br>WWW: http://www.rsnapshot.org<br>;;1384891883;email@example.com;Filesystem snapshot utility based on rsync(1)<br>;|
|App=rsync;Network;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/grsync.png;The Rsync Team;http://rsync.samba.org/;GPL;Text;Backup, sync, file;;;1384892053;;;|
|+App=rubrica;Desktop Utilities;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/rubrica.png;ports@FreeBSD.org;http://www.nicolafragale.org/rubrica;GPL;Graphical;contacts,addressbook;Rubrica is an addressbook manager for the GNOME Environment.<br>It allows you to add personal data (name, surname, address, etc.),<br>web links, irc and email addresses, telephone numbers, job information<br>(company where contact works, company infos, contact's assigment, etc.)<br>and notes.<br><br>WWW: http://www.nicolafragale.org/rubrica/<br>;;1384892196;nemysis@FreeBSD.org;Addressbook for the GNOME 2 desktop<br>;|
|App=sabnzbdplus;News;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/sabnzbdplus.png;firstname.lastname@example.org;http://sabnzbd.org/;GPL;Graphical;newsreader,rss;SABnzbd is a cross-platform binary newsreader. It makes downloading<br>from Usenet easy by automating the whole thing. You give it an NZB<br>file or an RSS feed, it does the rest. Has a web-browser based UI<br>and an API for 3rd-party apps. Ideal for servers too.<br><br>WWW: http://sabnzbd.org/<br>;;1384811510;feld@FreeBSD.org;A web-interface based binary newsgrabber in python, with nzb support<br>;|
|App=scrot;Graphics;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/scrot.png;amdmi3@FreeBSD.org;http://linuxbrit.co.uk/scrot/;Unknown;Text;screenshot;A screen capture utility that utilizes Imlib2.<br><br>WWW: http://linuxbrit.co.uk/scrot/<br>;;1384814992;amdmi3@FreeBSD.org;A screen capture utility that utilizes Imlib2<br>;|
|App=sdl_jewels;Games;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/sdljewels.png;email@example.com;http://www.linuxmotors.com/gljewel/;GPL;Graphical;game,arcade,bejeweled;The game is very simple. There is an 8x8 array of jewels of 7 types. You<br>need to get 3 or more in a row horizontally or vertically in order to<br>score points. You can swap any two jewels that are next to each other<br>up and down or left and right. The mechanic is to click the mouse on the<br>first one, then drag in the direction to switch with. Then let up on the<br>mouse button, but this last isn't so critical.<br><br>Jewels can only be swapped if after the swap there is at least one 3 or more<br>in a row set created. Otherwise the jewels return to their original position.<br><br>There is a clock shown on the left. When it counts down to 0 the game is over.<br>You will probably be able to enter your name into the high score table.<br>Hit enter when done.<br><br>Hit F1 or spacebar to start a new game, or ESC to exit.<br><br>This game makes use of OpenGL. Without an OpenGL implementation it won't work.<br>If you only have software rendering you can still play but the frame rate<br>will be lower. The GLX module must be present as well.<br><br><br>WWW: http://www.linuxmotors.com/gljewel/<br>;;1384815194;firstname.lastname@example.org;Tile-matching 8x8 puzzle game<br>;|