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

  •    Go

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

sinon-chai - Extends Chai with assertions for the Sinon.JS mocking framework.

  •    Javascript

Sinon–Chai provides a set of custom assertions for using the Sinon.JS spy, stub, and mocking framework with the Chai assertion library. You get all the benefits of Chai with all the powerful tools of Sinon.JS. All of your favorite Sinon.JS assertions made their way into Sinon–Chai. We show the should syntax here; the expect equivalent is also available.

FCUUID - iOS UUID / Universally Unique Identifiers library as alternative to UDID and identifierForVendor

  •    Objective-C

iOS UUID library as alternative to the old good UDID and identifierForVendor. This library provides the simplest API to obtain universally unique identifiers with different levels of persistence. It's possible to retrieve the UUIDs created for all devices of the same user, in this way with a little bit of server-side help it's possible manage guest accounts across multiple devices easily.

manul - :smirk_cat: The madness vendoring utility for Golang programs

  •    Go

Manul is a vendoring utility for Go programs. Packages are also available for Ubuntu/Debian and Arch Linux.




Virtualgo - Easy and powerful workspace based development for go

  •    Go

Virtualgo (or vg for short) is a tool which provides workspace based development for Go. Virtualgo doesn't do dependency resolution or version pinning itself, because this is a hard problem that's already being solved by other tools. Its approach is to build on top of these tools, such as dep, to provide the features features listed above. For people coming from Python vg is very similar to virtualenv, with dep being respective to pip. The main difference is that vg is much easier to use than virtualenv, because there's almost no mental overhead in using vg.

chai-jquery - jQuery assertions for chai

  •    Javascript

chai-jquery is an extension to the chai assertion library that provides a set of jQuery-specific assertions. Note that jquery.js and chai.js can be inserted one before another (order does not matter here).

react-stylePrefixr - A simple utility for React

  •    Javascript

A simple utility to help deal with vendor prfixes in ReactJS styles.


get-browser-rtc - get webrtc methods unprefixed

  •    Javascript

This module has the same interface as the wrtc package for easy swapability between node and browsers.

chai-jq - An alternate jQuery assertion library for Chai.

  •    Javascript

chai-jq is an alternate plugin for the Chai assertion library to provide jQuery-specific assertions.chai-jq works in your browser, with AMD/RequireJS, and in Node.js with JsDom.

express-prefixr - Node + Express Prefixr alternative

  •    CoffeeScript

Automatically prefixes vendored properties in CSS and SCSS files, as an alternative to prefixr.com. Express-Prefixr also exposes a public API. To use it, send a POST request to http://expressprefixr.herokuapp.com/api/processor, passing your stylesheet through the css form parameter.

chai-fs - Chai assertions for Node.js filesystem

  •    Javascript

Chai assertion plugin for the Node.js filesystem API. Uses path and synchronous fs to assert files and directories. All assertions are available in expect, should and assert style, and support the optional, message parameter.

frontend-dependencies - Copies node packages to a directory where your frontend tools will be able to find them

  •    Javascript

Easily manage your frontend dependencies in package.json: Install node modules and copy desired files to each directory.

rebar3_vendor - Rebar3 Vendor Plugin.

  •    Erlang

Plugin for storing vendored dependencies and applying the vendored deps to your local project.

gorunpkg - go run, the way it should be

  •    Go

Like go run, but instead of running a file it runs a package which can be pinned in vendor. This is particularly nice when committing go generated code so you are in control of when the generator updates.

vendor-istio - (former) Vendored dependencies for the main istio repo

  •    Go

We tried vendor as a submodule and while it has a lot of benefits it also proved too much complexity (#4746) so we switched to fully checked-in vendor. Istio uses vendored dependencies through a submodule. This avoids having large unrelated commits mixed with our actual work while having the benefits of hermetic reproducible builds, tracked changes and fast dependencies download.