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IPAPatch - Patch iOS Apps, The Easy Way, Without Jailbreak.

  •    Objective-C

IPAPatch provide a simple way to patch iOS Apps, without needing to jailbreak. You can run your own code inside ipa file as a dynamic library. So you can change behavior of that app by utilizing Objective-C runtime.

nexmon - The C-based Firmware Patching Framework for Broadcom/Cypress WiFi Chips that enables Monitor Mode, Frame Injection and much more

  •    C

Nexmon is our C-based firmware patching framework for Broadcom/Cypress WiFi chips that enables you to write your own firmware patches, for example, to enable monitor mode with radiotap headers and frame injection. Before we started to work on this repository, we developed patches for the Nexus 5 (with bcm4339 WiFi chip) in the bcm-public repository and those for the Raspberry Pi 3 (with bcm43430a1 WiFi chip) in the bcm-rpi3 repository. To remove the development overhead of maintaining multiple separate repositories, we decided to merge them in this repository and add support for some additional devices. In contrast to the former repositories, here, you can only build the firmware patch without drivers and kernels. The Raspberry Pi 3 makes an exception, as here it is always required to also build the driver.

patchitup - Backup your file to your remote server using minimum bandwidth.

  •    Go

Backup your file to a cloud server using minimum bandwidth. patchitup is a way to keep the cloud up-to-date through incremental patches. In a nutshell, this is a pure-Golang library and a CLI tool for creating a client+server that exchange incremental gzipped patches to overwrite a remote copy to keep it up-to-date with the client's local file.

patcher.js - JSON diffing and patching library

  •    Javascript

Object patching and replication for JavaScript




Service-Fabric-POA - Patch Orchestration Application (POA) is an Azure Service Fabric application that automates operating system patching on a Service Fabric cluster without downtime

  •    CSharp

Patch Orchestration Application(POA) is an Azure Service Fabric application that automates operating system patching on a Service Fabric cluster without downtime. This repo only contains code for orchestrating Windows operating system updates. Automatic operating system update installation. Operating system updates are automatically downloaded and installed. Cluster nodes are rebooted as needed without cluster downtime.

dom-layer - Virtual DOM implementation.

  •    Javascript

This library is a Virtual DOM implementation. If this implementation is not the fastest one (though close to the fastest according to vdom-benchmark), it's probably the simplest one to dig into. It also provide a flexible API to be used as the foundation of your own front end solution. You can however see some live benchmark in the examples/speedtest directory.

composer-patches - Applies a patch from a local or remote file to any package that is part of a given composer project

  •    PHP

Applies a patch from a local or remote file to any package that is part of a given composer project. Patches can be defined both on project and on package level in package config or separate JSON file. Declaration-free mode (using embedded info within patch files) is available as well. The way the patches are applied (the commands, pre-checks) by the plugin is fully configurable (including the actual commands that are executed to apply the patch) from the composer.json of the project.


bsp - Binary Script Patching

  •    Javascript

This project focuses on creating binary patch files; that is, files that encode the conversion between a source and a target file, both of them being binary files regardless of internal structure. This project also contains a patching library that can be used to apply said patches once created. Instead of following the typical approach of building a file containing the differences as pure data, this project aims towards building scripted patches — that is, patch files that contain a script that is executed in order to perform the patching process. While this implies that, unlike in standard approaches, patch files must be built manually; it in turn allows arbitrarily complex patching and verification processes, including the possibility of handling multiple, different source and/or target files, or allowing the user of the patch to select which target to produce.






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