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boot - Build tooling for Clojure.

  •    Clojure

Boot is a Clojure build framework and ad-hoc Clojure script evaluator. Boot provides a runtime environment that includes all of the tools needed to build Clojure projects from scripts written in Clojure that run in the context of the project.If you have questions or need help, please visit our Discourse site. You can find other developers and users in the #boot channel on Clojurians Slack.

rufus - The Reliable USB Formatting Utility

  •    C

Use either Visual Studio 2017 (with Update 4 and SDK 10.0.16299 installed) or MinGW and then invoke the .sln or configure/make respectively. Note that, since Rufus is an OSI compliant Open Source project, you are entitled to download and use the freely available Visual Studio Community Edition to build, run or develop for Rufus. As per the Visual Studio Community Edition license this applies regardless of whether you are an individual or a corporate user.

hyperboot - offline webapp bootloader

  •    Javascript

Single page applications, where appropriate, have many usability benefits: once you give someone a URL they can immediately load your app and start using it. Native and desktop applications require more setup but once you've installed an app it doesn't change or disappear without warning.hyperboot gives your users the benefits of explicit, immutable versioning with control over upgrades using the html-version-spec while preserving the simplicity of passing around a URL.




bootstrap-window

  •    JQuery

bootstrap-window is the simply named, hugely powerful, daringly dapper, and quintessentially quaint windowing library for the popular Bootstrap front-end framework. bootstrap-window is developed with the idea of creating a responsive windowing system based on the Bootstrap front-end framework.

bootable - Easy application initialization for Node.js.

  •    Javascript

Easy application initialization for Node.js.

HackBGRT - Windows boot logo changer for UEFI systems

  •    C

HackBGRT is intended as a boot logo changer for UEFI-based Windows systems. When booting on a UEFI-based computer, Windows may show a vendor-defined logo which is stored on the UEFI firmware in a section called Boot Graphics Resource Table (BGRT). It's usually very difficult to change the image permamently, but a custom UEFI application may be used to overwrite it during the boot. HackBGRT does exactly that.

boot-cljs - Boot task to compile ClojureScript programs.

  •    Clojure

Boot task to compile ClojureScript applications.Distributed under the Eclipse Public License either version 1.0 or (at your option) any later version.


boot-figreload - Boot task providing live-reload using Fighweel client

  •    Clojure

Boot task to automatically reload resources in the browser when files in the project change. Featuring lein-figwheel.Boot-figreload is compatible with Dirac, enabling REPL evaluation in-browser on top of Figwheel's reloading.

secure-boot - UEFI SecureBoot for ArchLinux

  •    Makefile

I want full control at what boots the computer to avoid the so called evil maid attack. That requires setting SecureBoot with only my own keys. SecureBoot protects the computer from tampering with the installed OS and boot files, while it's left powered off outside our view. It's not a substitute for disk encryption though, it's an addition to it. The *.auth files must be enrolled in the UEFI firmware the first time. Unfortunately this procedure depends on the hardware i.e. the BIOS/UEFI (see below for a Thinkpad).

boot-asset-fingerprint - A boot task to add cache-busting fingerprints to html files

  •    Clojure

A boot task to add a cache-busting fingerprint to asset references in HTML files. To give an asset a fingerprint, surround the path reference with a ${...} syntax.

avvio - Asynchronous bootstrapping of Node applications

  •    Javascript

Asynchronous bootstrapping is hard, different things can go wrong, error handling and load order just to name a few. The aim of this module is to made it simple. avvio is fully reentrant and graph-based. You can load components/plugins within plugins, and be still sure that things will happen in the right order. At the end of the loading, your application will start.

boot-check - check, analyze and inspect Clojure/Script code

  •    Clojure

Boot tasks to check, analyze and inspect Clojure/Script code. It relies on universe tested kibit, eastwood, yagni, bikeshed and other titans.

grub-iso-multiboot - grab a .iso, put in a folder, boot it up.

  •    Shell

Also check these projects, they have the same goal as this one.

cordova-plugin-boot-launcher - Cordova / PhoneGap Boot Launcher Plugin for Apache Cordova >= 3.0.0

  •    Java

Launch your Apache Cordova Android app automatically when the device is booted. In src/android/BootLauncher.java line 13, replace uk.co.ilee.CordovaApp.class with [YOUR_APP_ID].CordovaApp.class. YOUR_APP_ID is the reverse domain-style identifier you used when you created your cordova project.

boot-http - A simple HTTP serve task for the Boot build tool

  •    Clojure

A simple HTTP serve task for use with the boot build tool that can serve resources, directories or a typical ring handler. If you already have a build.boot, add pandeiro/boot-http to :dependencies and (require '[pandeiro.boot-http :refer :all]).

node-mbr - Master Boot Record (MBR)

  •    Javascript

Logical partitions are not entries in the MBR. They're constructed from the contents of an extended partition's Extended Boot Records (EBR), which are essentially the same in structure as an MBR and can be parsed with this module as well.

boot-bundle - boot-bundle: managed dependencies for boot, the clojure build tool

  •    Clojure

Boot-bundle: managed dependencies for boot. Don't repeat yourself for library coordinates. Upgrade once, upgrade everywhere.

bootscale - Speedup applications boot by caching require calls

  •    Ruby

Speedup applications boot by caching file locations during require calls. Speed gain depends on your number of gems. Under 100 gems you likely won't see the difference, but for bigger applications it can save 1 to 3 seconds of boot time per 100 used gems.

glim - GRUB Live ISO Multiboot

  •    Shell

GLIM is a set of grub configuration files to turn a simple VFAT formatted USB memory stick with many GNU/Linux distribution ISO images into a neat device from which many different Live environments can be used. My experience has been that the safest filesystem to use is FAT32 (surprisingly!), though it will mean that ISO images greater than 4GB won't be supported. Other filesystems supported by GRUB2 also work, such as ext3/ext4 and even NTFS, but the boot of the distributions must also support it, which isn't the case for many with NTFS, for instance. So FAT32 stays the safe bet.