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idest

gray, user

http://puszcza.gnu.org.ua/software/idest
http://git.gnu.org.ua/cgit/idest.git/

Description:

Idest is an ID3 Edit and Scripting Tool, a command line utility for manipulating ID3 tags. The utility allows to create new tags, to view, modify or delete the existing ones. It also provides a flexible scripting capability.

vcl-mode

gray, user, varnish

https://www.gnu.org.ua/projects/vcl-mode
http://git.gnu.org.ua/cgit/vcl-mode.git

Description:

Emacs major mode for editing VCL files.

addts

gray, user

http://puszcza.gnu.org.ua/software/addts
http://git.gnu.org.ua/cgit/addts.git/

Description:

UNIX filter for marking each line of input with the timestamp (useful with Apache ForensicLog).

tpnotify

devel, gray, user

https://puszcza.gnu.org.ua/projects/tpnotify
http://git.gnu.org.ua/cgit/tpnotify.git

Description:

Notifies the [Translation Project](http://translationproject.org) about new POT files

tallyman

gray, netsnmp, system, user

https://puszcza.gnu.org.ua/projects/tallyman
http://git.gnu.org.ua/cgit/tallyman.git/

wordsplit

Description:

Monitors state of running docker containers via SNMP. The package provides two utilities:
tallyman
health state collector to be run inside the container
stevedore
container state collector and SNMP agent daemon
Each container is supposed to run the tallyman command as part of its HEALTHCHECK configuration. This tool takes as its argument the command line that does the actual checking, collects its return and sends it over to the stevedore daemon that acts as a collector and simultaneously as a SNMP subagent, delivering the collected information to the snmpd daemon.

xenv

doc, gray, system, user

https://www.gnu.org.ua/software/xenv/
http://git.gnu.org.ua/cgit/xenv.git/

Description:

Xenv is a text preprocessor. It reads input from files (or the standard input, if none are supplied) and prints it on the standard input, replacing references to environment variables with their actual values. Variables are referenced using POSIX-compatible shell syntax: $NAME, ${NAME}, ${NAME:-word}, ${NAME+=word}, ${NAME:=word}, ${NAME:?word}. A special ternary construct is provided: ${NAME:|word1|word2}, which substitutes the expansion of _word1_ if _NAME_ is set and the expansion of _word2_ otherwise. Conditional preprocessor statements are provided, that allow parts of input to be excluded depending on whether a variable is set.