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WSUS 2 or WSUS 3 does not support an official way to extract files. GWC Core makes it easier four you. You'll find a class library and a very simple example. Enter a KB-Number, specify a target and wait a moment. Then you'll see the extractet files. ;-) Happy extracting!
The Windows Installer XML (WiX) is a toolset that builds Windows installation packages from XML source code. The toolset supports a command line environment that developers may integrate into their build processes to build MSI and MSM setup packages.
Darcs is a distributed advanced revision control system written in Haskell. It is similar to Git, Mercurial and Bazaar. User will have own personnel repository and commits his changes to it. Later the changes are pushed to the centralized repository. Every repository is a branch and it provides support to integrate the changes between them. It provides support to send the changes by email.
Memprof is a Ruby level memory profiler that can help you find reference leaks in your application. Memprof can also do very lightweight function call tracing to help you figure out which system calls, and library calls your code causes. Ruby memory profiler similar to bleak_house, but without patches to the Ruby VM.
VisPatch is a tool for patching quake maps for transparent water in glquake: it is used for preparing and applying the patch files. This is a thoroughly revised version of the old source for unix (linux, freebsd, ...), as well as windows.
midi editing software for use with the Roland GR-55 guitar synthesizer, to allow graphical representation of the internal settings and parameters of the GR-55. Realtime editing and patch data backups, bulk patch editing.
Xtables-addons is a package that obsoletes the old patch-o-matic repository for the Linux kernel and iptables. Instead of patching the kernel source, extensions are built as modules and thus allow extending kernels without recompilation.