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A simple utility to compress & pack a program into one exe file (creates one self extracting executable). Uses Zip compression, which is implemented using the ICSharpCode.SharpZLib library. Written in c# (Visual c# express 2008)
Libzipfs lets you ship a filesystem of media resources inside your golang application. This is done by attaching a Zip file containing the directories of your choice to the end of your application, and following it with a short footer to allow the go executable to locate the files and serve them via a fuse mount point. The client will typically be either be Go or C embedded in the go executable (see for example testfiles/api.go), but can be another application altogether. For the later use, see for example the libzipfs/cmd/mountzip/mountzip.go example source code.You have a bunch of images/scripts/files to be served from a webserving application, and you want to bundle those resources alongside your Go webapp. libzipfs lets you easily create a single executable that contains all your resources in one place.
WinForms TextBox with spell checking. This WinForms control encapsulates the WPF textbox which has in built spell-checking. Only uses .net framework so you should be able to use this control without installing any extra libraries.
WinForms controls that display multiple sub-controls without creating a unique window handle for each child. Instead each child is drawn using the default renderers and its space and status are managed by the parent. Currently a RadioButtonList and a CheckBoxList are implemented.
The Compatibility API allows you currently to convert to and from certain formats from WPF and Winforms that do similar jobs but are imcompatible. e.g. the Image UI element in WPF requires BitmapImage format as its 'ImageSource'. On the other hand Winforms' PictureBox requires the regular Bitmap object as its 'Image'. The current alpha version allows you to convert to and from System.Drawing.Bitmap and System.Windows.Media.Imaging.ImageSource or System.Windows.Media.Imaging.BitmapImage.
Bracket allows you to easily host Ruby Rack based applications and middleware from within your .NET applications or servers via IronRuby. Supports a variety of embedded web servers. Also allows IronRuby to access the standard libraries / gems / etc directly out of zip files, allowing for simpliefied, x-copy deployment of IronRuby enabled apps.
gotogether a directory of resource into a Go source file so you can still deploy a single executable as a web server with all the CSS, image files, JS ... included.And you'll need zip somewhere in your path.