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pgpry is a Pthread-based password recovery program for private OpenPGP keys. Numerous options for restricting the key space are offered, including regular expression filtering and prefix/suffix filters.
Written on C# .NET2.0, Used for mass file renaming, you can easily number you files, filter them by extension and then add prefix/suffix... Especially useful when you need to rename photos taken by camera. Now working on Linux port(C#MONO) testing.
Regular expression sandboxingBirth of the regex sandboxI decided today to do a proper blog post to explain my reasons for creating regex sandboxes. I don't often write a lot of words on this blog partly because I'm not very good a making long meaningful sentences and partly because I think the point can often be made in less words. Hopefully this will be useful for someone writing filters. First off a quote "You can't parse XHTML with regex. Because HTML can't be parsed by regex. Regex is not a
BackgroundHebrew morphology is complicated, and does not lend itself to simple prefix/suffix stemming, as done in most search engines (e.g. Lucene, Xapian) via e.g. the Snowball algorithm collection. libhspell is a free (GPL) library providing lexicon-based morphologically-correct Hebrew stemming. It supports the ISO-8859-8 encoding only, and the official Hebrew undiacriticized (niqqud-less) spelling of Hebrew words. The ProjectThe hebstem project aims to create the glue necessary to use libhspe