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BlueSearch is a communication system developed in Java, using Microedition version. Bluetooth technology is used to transfer information between mobiles devices to matching profiles. Today, BlueSearch is being developed in anothers platforms too, like BlackBerry and Android (new Google Device ... [More]
Caditor is an open source text editor built for those on the go or have limited disk space. The app includes features ranging from syntax highlighting to line numbering to text encryption.
This emacs package lets the user launch a search, with a single key combination, for the word under the cursor, in the current repository, or the current directory, or in the set of currently open files.
Yet another LAN indexing solution. Indexes SMB and FTP. Has web interface. Written in Java. GPL. Leveraging Lucene's scoring system, the PUNKSearch returns results (to the end user) sorted by relevance like all modern web search engines do. Also it exploits a set of heuristics for efficient ... [More]
This emacs package manages multiple search results buffers: - the search results of grep, lgrep, rgrep, and find-grep are sent to separate buffers instead of overwriting the contents of a single buffer. - several navigation functions are provided to allow the user to treat the search results ... [More]
Find for Inferno lets you traverse directory trees and print paths and information about a file. It is intended to be easier to use than alphabet-fs(1) and/or du(1) with various combinations of grep, sed and for-loops with ftest(1). Find's usage is different from the unix version (most importantly, it uses standard option syntax).
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