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The MacPorts Project's main goal is to provide an easy way to install various open-source software products on the Darwin OS family, with Mac OS X being the primary target. There are currently over 8000 ports available, with more being added on a regular basis.
The NetBSD Packages Collection (pkgsrc) is a framework for building third-party software on NetBSD and other Unix-like systems, currently containing over 6400 packages. It is used to enable freely available software to be configured and built easily on supported platforms.
pkgsrc-wip (work in progress) is a project to get more people actively involved with creating packages for pkgsrc, a portable packaging system coming from NetBSD. It is the default packaging system for NetBSD and DragonFly and was also ported to many additional operating systems, including Solaris, Linux, Darwin, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, and others.
The MirPorts Framework provides a generic way to install third-party software on Unix®-ish systems (the closer to BSD, the better). Currently supported are: MirOS BSD – https://www.ohloh.net/projects/mirbsd/ – primary OS, MidnightBSD – https://www.ohloh.net/projects/mnbsd, OpenBSD, Mac OSX ... [More]
libpkg is a library to fetch, install, remove and modify packages in a package management system. It is initialy designed for FreeBSD but could be extended for any system.
Pepo Package Manager (ppm, ppkg) is new project to create own package manager for easy installation of applications on Unix-based and Linux operating systems. Programmed in C (parts could be in C++), and POSIX standart, it is fully portable to any POSIX-based OS. This is the way to create very ... [More]
General Project OverviewIntroductionAbsolutely Useless Package Manager (AUPM) is (maybe) a funny name of the new project to create own package manager for easy installation of applications on Unix-based and Linux operating systems. Basic Developer InfoProgrammed in C (parts could be in C++), and ... [More]