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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 Archlinux User Repositories (AUR) are where users can submit their PKGBUILDs to share with everyone. There are a group of users called Trusted Users (TU) who manage a repository supported by the AUR.
Cabal is a system for building and packaging Haskell libraries and programs. It defines a common interface for package authors and distributors to easily build their applications in a portable way. Cabal is part of a larger infrastructure for distributing, organizing, and cataloging Haskell libraries and programs.
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.
PackageKit is a D-Bus abstraction layer that allows the session user to manage packages in a secure way using a cross-distro, cross-architecture API.
The Perl Archive (PAR) Toolkit helps create single-file bundles of Perl code, analogous to Java's JAR files. PAR can optionally create standalone executables that bundle the entire Perl interpreter to enable deployment to machines that lack Perl.