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RPM - RPM Package Manager


RPM is a powerful and mature command-line driven package management system capable of installing, uninstalling, verifying, querying, and updating Unix software packages. Each software package consists of an archive of files along with information about the package like its version, a description, and the like. There is also a library API, permitting advanced developers to manage such transactions from programming languages such as C, Perl or Python.

JFrog - Artifact Repository Manager


JFrog is an universal Artifact Repository Manager on the market, JFrog Artifactory fully supports software packages created by any language or technology. As a local proxy to the outside world, Artifactory guarantees consistent access to the components needed by your build tools. Remote artifacts are cached locally for reuse, so that you don’t have to download them over and over again. Automate all aspects of artifact management using a powerful REST API.

Docker - The Linux container engine


Docker is an open-source engine that automates the deployment of any application as a lightweight, portable, self-sufficient container that will run virtually anywhere. Common use cases for Docker include Automating the packaging and deployment of applications, Creation of lightweight, private PAAS environments, Automated testing and continuous integration/deployment, Deploying and scaling web apps, databases and backend services




NuGet - Package Management System for DotNet Platform


NuGet is a developer focused package management system for the .NET platform intent on simplifying the process of incorporating third party libraries into a .NET application during development. It automates package installation and its dependencies.

hatch - A modern project, package, and virtual env manager for Python


Hatch is a productivity tool designed to make your workflow easier and more efficient, while also reducing the number of other tools you need to know. It aims to make the 90% use cases as pleasant as possible.Now you have a fully functional package that can be built and distributed.



gpm - Barebones dependency manager for Go.


Go Package Manager (or gpm, for short) is a tool that helps achieve reproducible builds for Go applications by specifying the revision of each external Go package that the application depends on.Being simple and unobstrusive are some of the most important design choices for gpm: go get already provides a way to fetch dependencies, and relies on versions control systems like Git to do it, gpm adds the additional step of setting each dependency repo to the desired revision, neither Go or your application even know about any of this happening, it just works.

godep - dependency tool for go


godep helps build packages reproducibly by fixing their dependencies.This tool assumes you are working in a standard Go workspace, as described in http://golang.org/doc/code.html. We expect godep to build on Go 1.4* or newer, but you can use it on any project that works with Go 1 or newer.

gopm - Go Package Manager (gopm) is a package manager and build tool for Go.


Gopm (Go Package Manager) is a Go package manage and build tool for Go.News Try out gopm.io, the online version caching and package download service for Go.

govendor - Go vendor tool that works with the standard vendor file.


Package developers should read the developer guide.Uses the go1.5+ vendor folder. Multiple workflows supported, single tool.

vcpkg - VC++ Packaging Tool


Vcpkg helps you get C and C++ libraries on Windows. This tool and ecosystem are currently in a preview state; your involvement is vital to its success.For short description of available commands, run vcpkg help.

dep - Go dependency management tool


dep is a prototype dependency management tool for Go. It requires Go 1.8 or newer to compile.Grab the latest binary from the releases page.

yarn - Fast, reliable, and secure dependency management


Yarn is fast, reliable, and secure dependency management. Yarn caches every package it has downloaded, so it never needs to download the same package again. It also does almost everything concurrently to maximize resource utilization. This means even faster installs.

SDKMAN - The Software Development Kit Manager


SDKMAN is a tool for managing parallel versions of multiple Software Development Kits on most Unix based systems. It provides a convenient Command Line Interface (CLI) and API for installing, switching, removing and listing Candidates. Formerly known as GVM the Groovy enVironment Manager. It is suited for (but not limited to) installing Java related development kits. Install Groovy, Scala, Grails, Play or Spring Boot all from one convenient place.

Babun - a Windows shell you love


The core of Babun consists of a pre-configured Cygwin. It consists of pact - advanced package manager (like apt-get or yum). Babun’s shell features include syntax highlighting, UNIX tools, software development tools, git-aware prompt, custom scripts and aliases. Mintty is the console used in babun. It features an xterm-256 mode, nice fonts and simply looks great!

Flatpak - The future of Application Distribution


Flatpak is the next-generation technology for building and installing desktop applications. It has the power to revolutionize the Linux desktop ecosystem. Flatpak (formerly xdg-app) is a software utility for software deployment, package management, and application virtualization for Linux desktop computers. It provides a sandbox environment in which users can run applications in isolation from the rest of the system.

OPAM - Source-based package manager for OCaml


OPAM is a source-based package manager for OCaml. It supports multiple simultaneous compiler installations, flexible package constraints, and a Git-friendly development workflow.

Scoop - A simple package manager for Windows


Scoop is a simple package manager for Windows. It installs the tools you know and love. It takes care of resolving dependencies. It does not have unexpected side-effects from installing and uninstalling programs.