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Imlib2 WebP (16 April 2012 18:59)
A WebP loader for Imlib2.
GCalc (16 April 2012 18:58)
GCalc is a simple RPN calculator where everything is passed from the command line. There isn't any interactive mode. It is coded in C and has no dependencies.
Squidward (16 April 2012 18:57)
Squidward is a simple tool for analysing squid's log files. Unlike most of its competitors, it does not generate reports, but instead displays results directly to the standard output; either in an easily parseable format for other scripts or in a human readable form to gain a quick overview about proxy server's traffic and cache usage. Moreover it is coded in C and has no dependencies....
SUnix (16 April 2012 18:54)
A remake of some coreutils for Linux with BSD flavor. These have been tested more or less on Debian x86 and x86_64. It does not intend to be an altenative to coreutils or anything serious although it may already serves so. This also contains some others personal utilies and toys for Linux and FreeBSD as well. ...
Simple ARchive (16 April 2012 18:53)
An utility to archive files, similar to tar but much less powerful.