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notify-rust - ☝️Send Desktop Notifications on linux and bsd

  •    Rust

Shows desktop notifications. This implementation does not rely on libnotify, as it is using dbus-rs. Basic notification features are supported, more sophisticated functionality will follow. The API shown below should be stable. Please see the documentation for current examples.

xdg - FreeDesktop.org (xdg) Specs implemented in Go

  •    Go

Package xdg provides access to the FreeDesktop.org (XDG) specs. Tests can be run with go test.

mimemagic - Powerful and versatile MIME sniffing package using pre-compiled glob patterns, magic number signatures, XML document namespaces, and tree magic for mounted volumes, generated from the XDG shared-mime-info database

  •    Go

Powerful and versatile MIME sniffing package using pre-compiled glob patterns, magic number signatures, xml document namespaces, and tree magic for mounted volumes, generated from the XDG shared-mime-info database. See the Godoc reference, and cmd/mimemagic for an example implementation.

xdg - XDG Base Directory Specification for Python

  •    Python

xdg is a tiny Python module which provides the variables defined by the XDG Base Directory Specification, to save you from duplicating the same snippet of logic in every Python utility you write that deals with user cache, configuration, or data files. It has no external dependencies. Alternatively, since xdg is only a single file you may prefer to just copy xdg.py from the source distribution into your project.




go-xdgbasedir - Package xdgbasedir implements a freedesktop XDG Base Directory Specification for Go

  •    Go

Package xdgbasedir implements a freedesktop XDG Base Directory Specification for Go. XDG Base Directory Specification is mainly for GNU/Linux. It does not mention which directory to use with macOS(darwin) or windows. So, We referred to the qt standard paths document for the corresponding directory.

xdg - Go implementation of the XDG Base Directory Specification

  •    Go

Provides an implementation of the XDG Base Directory Specification. The specification defines a set of standard paths for storing application files including data and configuration files. For portability and flexibility reasons, applications should use the XDG defined locations instead of hardcoding paths. Copyright (c) 2014 Adrian-George Bostan.