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protocol-buffers - Protocol Buffers for Node.js

  •    Javascript

See the Google Protocol Buffers docs for more information about the available types etc.Since v4 you can now compile your schemas to a JavaScript file you can require from Node. This means you do not have runtime parse the schemas, which is useful if using in the browser or on embedded devices. It also makes the dependency footprint a lot smaller.

bl - Buffer List: collect buffers and access with a standard readable Buffer interface, streamable too!

  •    Javascript

A Node.js Buffer list collector, reader and streamer thingy.The original buffers are kept intact and copies are only done as necessary. Any reads that require the use of a single original buffer will return a slice of that buffer only (which references the same memory as the original buffer). Reads that span buffers perform concatenation as required and return the results transparently.

is-buffer - Determine if an object is a Buffer

  •    Javascript

This module lets you check if an object is a Buffer without using Buffer.isBuffer (which includes the whole buffer module in browserify).MIT. Copyright (C) Feross Aboukhadijeh.

node-bufferstream - painless stream buffering, cutting and piping

  •    CoffeeScript

painless stream buffering, cutting and piping. BufferStream is a full node.js Stream so it has apis of both Writeable Stream and Readable Stream.

protobuf-rpc-js - Lightweight RPC for JavaScript based on Protocol Buffers

  •    Javascript

The ProtoBuf.js JavaScript (JS) library allows to create messages using Google's Protocol Buffers. The latter define in addition to messages also remote procedure call (RPC) services. This is the content of the reflector.proto file: Here the RPC service has been named Reflector.Service, but any other designation is possible. It provides only a single method ack, which takes an AckRequest and returns an AckResult. Both structures contain a single timestamp field, where the result's timestamp shall simply be a copy of the request's timestamp.

node-buffertools - working with node.js buffers made easy

  •    C++

Utilities for manipulating buffers. Now you can include the module in your project.

node-binstruct - Binary encoding/decoding for objects in NodeJS

  •    Javascript

This module helps you work with binary structures in Buffers. You first define the layout of your binary data and then use that definition to convert objects to/from their binary representation or you can wrap a buffer with an object where getters/setters for fields update and read the buffer in place. This module requires node 0.6 or better, as it uses the binary type read/write methods on Buffer introduced with node 0.6.

multibuffer - Package Arrays of Buffers into a single buffer that they can be later unpacked from.

  •    Javascript

Package Arrays of Buffers into a single buffer that they can be later unpacked from. One place this library can be useful is if you want to stream tuples of Buffer data without entering an objectMode stream.

protobuf-jsonschema - Compiles Protobuf IDL to JSON Schema

  •    Javascript

Compiles Protocol Buffer IDL to JSON Schema definitions. You can use protobuf-jsonschema as a command line tool, or as a function in node.

vim-sayonara - :japanese_goblin: Sane buffer/window deletion.

  •    Vim

This plugin provides a single command that deletes the current buffer and handles the current window in a smart way. Basically you don't have to think in terms of :bdelete, :close, :quit etc. anymore. The plugin does that for you.

real-auto-save - Automatically save your all your buffers/files at regular intervals in Emacs!

  •    Emacs

Automatically save your all your files at regular intervals. You can install a snapshot of real-auto-save from the MELPA repository.

kakoune-buffers - Ease navigation between opened buffers


kakoune plugin to ease navigation between opened buffers. Add buffers.kak to your autoload dir: ~/.config/kak/autoload/.