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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

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.

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.

Paket - A dependency manager for .NET with support for NuGet packages and Git repositories.

A dependency manager for .NET with support for NuGet packages and git repositories.NuGet does not separate out the concept of transitive dependencies. If you install a package into your project and that package has further dependencies then all transitive packages are included in the packages.config. There is no way to tell which packages are only transitive dependencies.

whalebrew - Homebrew, but with Docker images

Whalebrew creates aliases for Docker images so you can run them as if they were native commands. It's like Homebrew, but with Docker images. Docker works well for packaging up development environments, but there are lots of tools that aren't tied to a particular project: awscli for managing your AWS account, ffmpeg for converting video, wget for downloading files, and so on. Whalebrew makes those things work with Docker, too.

Carthage - A simple, decentralized dependency manager for Cocoa

Carthage is intended to be the simplest way to add frameworks to your Cocoa application.Carthage builds your dependencies and provides you with binary frameworks, but you retain full control over your project structure and setup. Carthage does not automatically modify your project files or your build settings.

awesome-npm - Awesome npm resources and tips

You might also like awesome-nodejs.Please read the contribution guidelines before contributing.

lerna - A tool for managing JavaScript projects with multiple packages

A tool for managing JavaScript projects with multiple packages.Splitting up large codebases into separate independently versioned packages is extremely useful for code sharing. However, making changes across many repositories is messy and difficult to track, and testing across repositories gets complicated really fast. Lerna is a tool that optimizes the workflow around managing multi-package repositories with git and npm.

nix - Nix, the purely functional package manager

Nix is a new take on package management that is fairly unique. Because of its purity aspects, a lot of issues found in traditional package managers don't appear with Nix. To find out more about the tool, usage and installation instructions, please read the manual, which is available on the Nix website at http://nixos.org/nix/manual.

rubygems - Library packaging and distribution for Ruby.

RubyGems is a package management framework for Ruby. A package (also known as a library) contains a set of functionality that can be invoked by a Ruby program, such as reading and parsing an XML file. We call these packages "gems" and RubyGems is a tool to install, create, manage and load these packages in your Ruby environment.