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Barry is an application suite for interfacing with the RIM BlackBerry Handheld. It comes with command line tools for exploring and managing the device, and a GUI for making quick backups. This project's goal is to create an easy to use desktop experience and fully functional syncing mechanism on Linux, BSD/Mac, and others, based on its portable C++ library.



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