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autoenv - Directory-based environments.

  •    Shell

Magic per-project shell environments. Very pretentious. If a directory contains a .env file, it will automatically be executed when you cd into it. When enabled (set AUTOENV_ENABLE_LEAVE to a non-null string), if a directory contains a .env.leave file, it will automatically be executed when you leave it.

lastbackend - System for containerized apps management. From build to scaling.

  •    Go

Last.Backend is an open source platform for containerized application management: from deploy to scale. This solution is based on container technology. All these runtimes are documented in runtime section, where are described all methods, types and algorithms.

gocd - Main repository for GoCD - Continuous Delivery server

  •    Java

This is the main repository for GoCD - a continuous delivery server. GoCD helps you automate and streamline the build-test-release cycle for worry-free, continuous delivery of your product. To quickly build your first pipeline while learning key GoCD concepts, visit our Intro to GoCD guide.

avn - Automatic Version Switching for Node

  •    Javascript

Now when you cd into a directory with a .node-version file, avn will automatically detect the change and use your installed version manager to switch to that version of node. What goes in your .node-version file? A semver version number corresponding to the version of Node.js that your project uses. We don't recommend using all of these tools to manage your versions of node, but feel free to install all of them. They won't conflict with each other.




lambdacd - a library to define a continuous delivery pipeline in code

  •    Clojure

I'd love to hear from you! If you have a question, a bug report or feature request please reach out. LambdaCD is built in Clojure and ClojureScript with Leiningen as a build-tool. The ./go script is your main entry-point that wraps all important development tasks. Call it without arguments to see all the options.

SCSI Interface for Multimedia and Block Devices

  •    DotNet

This C#-based library allows you to communicate directly with devices that follow the SCSI standard from user-mode, such as CD/DVD drives and hard disks. You can use this library to create your own CD burning program, just as the sample utility does.

Batch Disc Backup

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Tool to assist with the copy of multiple CD/DVD/BlueRay discs, so that you don’t need to do each copy manually.

Disk Garden

  •    DotNet

Disk Garden - program for cataloging disks (cd, dvd). Program scans disks and saves catalogs in one file. Disks can be segragate into categories (ex. movies, games). Folders and files can be tagged. It's similiar to Advanced Disk Catalog or WhereIsIt?.


argo-cd - Declarative Continuous Delivery for Kubernetes

  •    Go

Argo CD is a declarative, GitOps continuous delivery tool for Kubernetes. Application definitions, configurations, and environments should be declarative and version controlled. Application deployment and lifecycle management should be automated, auditable, and easy to understand.

automatic-ripping-machine - Automatic Ripping Machine (ARM) Scripts

  •    Python

The v2_fixes branch currently has a fix for #210 which changes ARM to launch a wrapper script and removed all usage of Systemd. If you previously had v2_master installed and checkout this branch (or were on a previous version of v2_fixes), then you need to make a couple of manual changes to update Udev to point to the wrapper script. You might also want to make sure your symlink to 51-automedia.rules is still in tact.

slashdeploy - GitHub Deployments for Slack

  •    Javascript

SlashDeploy is a web app for triggering GitHub Deployments via a /deploy command in Slack.And more at https://slashdeploy.io/docs.

abstruse - Continuous integration (CI) platform built on Docker.

  •    TypeScript

The majority of widely used browsers (except IE) are tested on BrowserStack.Abstruse is a continuous integration platform requiring zero or minimal configuration to get started, providing safe testing and deployment environment using Docker containers. It integrates seamlessly with all git hosted services as GitHub, BitBucket, GitLab and gogs.

dropship - Super simple deployment tool

  •    Go

Dropship is a simple tool for installing and updating artifacts from a CDN.To setup dropship you will need to add/update the following files.

hubot-auto-deploy - Configure auto-deployment for GitHub repos from hubot.

  •    CoffeeScript

GitHub Flow via hubot. Chatting with hubot configures auto-deployment on GitHub and dispatches Deployment Events when criteria is met. This script interacts with the GitHub API to manage the Automated Deployment service built in to GitHub services.

pipelines - Build pipelines for automation, deployment, testing...

  •    HTML

Pipelines is a simple tool with a web UI to manage running tasks. It supports running tasks manually through a Web UI or automatically via webhooks. Pipelines is primarily developed to run on Linux / MacOS. Windows support is not available at the moment.

avn-nvm - avn plugin for nvm

  •    Javascript

nvm plugin for avn. This plugin is maintained by the avn team. Please report issues directly to avn.

awx-container - Ansible Container project that manages the lifecycle of AWX on Docker.

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After the initial database migration completes (this can take a few minutes; follow the progress with docker logs -f [id-of-awx_task-container]), you can able to access the AWX interface at http://localhost/. The default login is admin/password. Note: Switch the image for the awx_web and awx_task containers in docker-compose.yml if you want to use the geerlingguy/ maintained images rather than the ones from ansible/. If you're just kicking AWX's tires though, stick with the defaults.

ansible-role-awx - Ansible Role - AWX

  •    Shell

Installs and configures AWX, the open source version of Ansible Tower. See this role's tests/test.yml playbook for an example that works across many different OSes.

exptool - πŸ“² Expo cli to help automate expo standalone iOS and Android builds and deployments

  •    Javascript

Exptool was originally created to help automate standalone expo app builds, but exp recently implemented the necessary features required to fulfill this goal. Exptool is no longer needed to automate expo standalone builds. Take a look at this blog post if you're looking to automate your standalone builds without exptool.