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phobos - The standard library of the D programming language

  •    D

Phobos is the standard library that comes with the D Programming Language Compiler. Phobos is packaged together with the compiler. You should download the whole precompiled package.

npm-dependency-db - Query npm dependents of a certain version or version range of a given package

  •    Javascript

Use npm-dependency-db to list which npm packages depends on a given version (or version range) of a given npm package.A hosted web version of this module exists at: dependency.land.

gofileseq - A library for parsing/building frame ranges and sequences

  •    C++

A Go language library for parsing file sequence strings commonly used in VFX and animation applications. And seqinfo tool, which can print plain-text or json parsed information about one or more sequence strings.

js-strange - Range object for JavaScript

  •    Javascript

stRange.js is a range object for JavaScript. Use it to have a single value type with two endpoints and their boundaries. Also implements an interval tree for quick lookups. Stringifies itself in the style of [begin,end) and allows you to parse a string back. Also useful with PostgreSQL. stRange.js follows semantic versioning, so feel free to depend on its major version with something like >= 1.0.0 < 2 (a.k.a ^1.0.0).




expand-range - Faster, bash-like range expansion

  •    Javascript

Fast, bash-like range expansion. Expand a range of numbers or letters, uppercase or lowercase. Used by micromatch. This library wraps fill-range to support range expansion using .. separated strings. See fill-range for the full list of options and features.

fill-range - Fill in a range of numbers or letters, positive or negative, optionally passing an increment or multiplier to use

  •    Javascript

Please consider following this project's author, Jon Schlinkert, and consider starring the project to show your ❤️ and support. Expands numbers and letters, optionally using a step as the last argument. (Numbers may be defined as JavaScript numbers or strings).

send-seekable - Express

  •    Javascript

HTTP clients sometimes request a portion of a resource, to cut down on transmission time, payload size, and/or server processing. A typical example is an HTML5 audio element with a src set to a route on your server. Clicking on the audio progress bar ideally allows the browser to seek to that section of the audio file. To do so, the browser may send an HTTP request with a Range header specifying which bytes are desired. Express.js automatically handles range requests for routes terminating in a res.sendFile. This is relatively easy to support as the underlying fs.createReadStream can be called with start and end bytes. However, Express does not natively support range requests for buffers or streams. This makes sense: for buffers, you need to either re-create/fetch the buffer (custom logic) or cache it (bad for memory). For streams it is even harder: streams don't know their total byte size, they can't "rewind" to an earlier portion, and they cannot be cached as simply as buffers.