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ps_mem - A utility to accurately report the in core memory usage for a program

  •    Python

Yes the name is a bit weird. coremem would be more appropriate, but for backwards compatible reasons the ps_mem name remains. pip install ps_mem is supported, or rpm and deb packages are available for most distros. Also the ps_mem.py script can be run directly.

node-continuation-local-storage - implementation of https://github.com/joyent/node/issues/5243

  •    Javascript

Continuation-local storage works like thread-local storage in threaded programming, but is based on chains of Node-style callbacks instead of threads. The standard Node convention of functions calling functions is very similar to something called "continuation-passing style" in functional programming, and the name comes from the way this module allows you to set and get values that are scoped to the lifetime of these chains of function calls. When you set values in continuation-local storage, those values are accessible until all functions called from the original function – synchronously or asynchronously – have finished executing. This includes callbacks passed to process.nextTick and the timer functions (setImmediate, setTimeout, and setInterval), as well as callbacks passed to asynchronous functions that call native functions (such as those exported from the fs, dns, zlib and crypto modules).

node-ipc - Inter Process Communication Module for node supporting Unix sockets, TCP, TLS, and UDP

  •    HTML

a nodejs module for local and remote Inter Process Communication with full support for Linux, Mac and Windows. It also supports all forms of socket communication from low level unix and windows sockets to UDP and secure TLS and TCP sockets. This work is licenced via the DBAD Public Licence.




sharify - Easily share data between Browserify modules meant to run on the server and client.

  •    Javascript

Easily share data between modules meant to run on the server and client using browserify.

eslint-config-netflix-dea - Shared ESLint config for Netflix DEA JavaScript

  •    Javascript

Shared ESLint config for JavaScript code produced by Netflix's Data Engineering and Analysis group. By adopting a common ESLint config, we hope to encourage consistent style and quality across all of our repos.The lion's share of ESLint configuration should be defined here rather than each project's own .eslintrc. If a project's maintainers want to override some configuration value, they can do it in their own .eslintrc.

atob-lite - Smallest/simplest possible means of using atob with both Node and browserify

  •    Javascript

Smallest/simplest possible means of using atob with both Node and browserify.You can easily check if Buffer exists and switch between the approaches accordingly, but using Buffer anywhere in your browser source will pull in browserify's Buffer shim which is pretty hefty. This package uses the main and browser fields in its package.json to perform this check at build time and avoid pulling Buffer in unnecessarily.


btoa-lite - Smallest/simplest possible means of using btoa with both Node and browserify

  •    Javascript

Smallest/simplest possible means of using btoa with both Node and browserify.You can easily check if Buffer exists and switch between the approaches accordingly, but using Buffer anywhere in your browser source will pull in browserify's Buffer shim which is pretty hefty. This package uses the main and browser fields in its package.json to perform this check at build time and avoid pulling Buffer in unnecessarily.

node-canvas-lambda-deps - Node Canvas AWS Lambda dependencies i

  •    Javascript

Node Canvas AWS Lambda dependencies i.e. compiled shared object files for Cairo, Pixman, libpng, libjpeg etc.

barefoot - Barefoot makes code sharing between browser and server reality

  •    Javascript

Barefoot makes code sharing between browser and server reality. Write your application once and run it on both ends of the wire. It builds upon the popular Backbone.JS library and keeps its own additions as unobtrusive as possible.

locker - Lock server written in node.js

  •    Javascript

This is lock server for system that need to share and lock common resources across servers with sub-second precision. Client for node.js is completely async.

grunt-shared-config - Create config files for CSS preprocessors (SASS/SCSS/LESS/Stylus) and JS from one source

  •    Javascript

This task helps you to create multiple config files in SCSS/SASS/LESS/Stylus/JS/JSON/JS (AMD flavored). One of four possible types: "dash", "underscore", "camelcase", "uppercase" defining the format in which variables are written.

serverless-dependency-install - Serverless plugin to manage dependencies.

  •    Javascript

Create a new local shared dependency. sls dynamodb create -n <dependency-name> This creates the template code for local shared dependency, inside the directory with the name shared, in project root. What if you need to share code, but don't wish to publish packages in NPM Registry? You can use the local shared dependencies.

node-shared-cache - An interprocess shared LRU cache module for Node.JS

  •    C++

It supports auto memory-management and fast object serialization. It uses a hashmap and LRU cache internally to maintain its contents. You can install it with npm. Just type npm i node-shared-cache will do it.

memored - In-memory shared cache for nodejs application using cluster module

  •    Javascript

Memored implements an in-memory shared cache to use in nodejs applications which uses cluster module. Let's say you want your application to take advantage of multi-core CPUs using nodejs cluster module; you will be able to run several isolated processes which shared nothing but a communication channel with parent process. If you need a fast volatile cache, common solutions would create an in-memory map for every process you run, so you end up with the same data stored several times in your machine RAM.

community - Official repository for Red Eclipse community content.

  •    Shell

Welcome to the official Red Eclipse community repository. This section is intended for use by contributors to share their work, including works in progress, or other items which may not be applicable to the project, but may be of interest to the community. If you want to share your files here, create a directory with your username (or project name) and add it to the repository. You should include any licensing information with your work.

dependency-install - Install dependencies in multiple package

  •    Javascript

This plugin provides API to install npm dependancies in multiple package.json files by providing the root directory. It also allows to define custom local dependencies inside package.json. What if you need to share code, but don't wish to publish packages in NPM Registry? You can use the Custom Dependancies feature.