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NEWS git://pkgs.fedoraproject.org/surfraw | Unknown | 441 lines
1        ______  _     _  ______   _______  ______   _______  _  _  _
2       / _____)(_)   (_)(_____ \ (_______)(_____ \ (_______)(_)(_)(_)
3      ( (____   _     _  _____) ) _____    _____) ) _______  _  _  _
4       \____ \ | |   | ||  __  / |  ___)  |  __  / |  ___  || || || |
5       _____) )| |___| || |  \ \ | |      | |  \ \ | |   | || || || |
6      (______/  \_____/ |_|   |_||_|      |_|   |_||_|   |_| \_____/
7
8      Surfraw - Shell Users' Revolutionary Front Rage Against the Web
9
10				 Oh Baybe
11				I need some
12			       Deep Linking
13				 Let us go
14			    Surfin' in the raw!
15
atom.xml https://github.com/treyhunner/treyhunner.github.com.git | XML | 1,171 lines
1<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
2<feed xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom">
3
4  <title><![CDATA[Trey Hunner]]></title>
5  <link href="http://treyhunner.com/atom.xml" rel="self"/>
6  <link href="http://treyhunner.com/"/>
7  <updated>2014-06-16T18:24:10-07:00</updated>
8  <id>http://treyhunner.com/</id>
9  <author>
10    <name><![CDATA[Trey Hunner]]></name>
11    
12  </author>
13  <generator uri="http://octopress.org/">Octopress</generator>
14
15  
CONTRIBUTING.md https://gitlab.com/lanodan/duckduckgo.git | Markdown | 70 lines
1# Contributing to the **DuckDuckGo** repository
2
3At DuckDuckGo, we truly appreciate our community members taking the time to contribute to our open-source repositories. In an effort to ensure contributions are easy for you to make and for us to manage, we have written some guidelines that we ask our contributors to follow so that we can handle pull requests in a timely manner with as little friction as possible.
4
5## Getting Started
6
7Before you can do anything, you first need a [GitHub account](https://github.com/signup/free). This is required because we use GitHub to handle all incoming *Pull Requests* (code modifications) and *Issues* (bug reports) which cannot be made without a GitHub account.
8
9## Submitting a **Bug** or **Suggestion**
10
11- Firstly, please make sure the bug is related to the **DuckDuckGo** repository. If this bug is about the DuckDuckGo API, or the relevancy of our search results, please visit our feedback page at <https://duckduckgo.com/feedback>. If you're unsure, its best to use the feedback page (your message will be passed along to the correct people).
12
13- Check the **DuckDuckGo** [issues](#link-to-issues) to see if an issue already exists for the given bug or suggestion
14  - If one doesn't exist, create a GitHub issue in the **DuckDuckGo** repository
15    - Clearly describe the bug/improvemnt, including steps to reproduce when it is a bug
completion_engines.js git://github.com/philc/vimium.git | JavaScript | 259 lines
1// A completion engine provides search suggestions for a custom search engine.  A custom search engine is
2// identified by a "searchUrl".  An "engineUrl" is used for fetching suggestions, whereas a "searchUrl" is used
3// for the actual search itself.
4//
5// Each completion engine defines:
6//
7//   1. An "engineUrl". This is the URL to use for search completions and is passed as the option "engineUrl"
8//      to the "BaseEngine" constructor.
9//
10//   2. One or more regular expressions which define the custom search engine URLs for which the completion
11//      engine will be used. This is passed as the "regexps" option to the "BaseEngine" constructor.
12//
13//   3. A "parse" function. This takes a successful XMLHttpRequest object (the request has completed
14//      successfully), and returns a list of suggestions (a list of strings).  This method is always executed
15//      within the context of a try/catch block, so errors do not propagate.
developer-productivity-tools.html https://github.com/boyter/searchcode-server.git | HTML | 177 lines
1      <div class="row blue-container top50">
2          <div class="container"> 
3            <a href="/"><h1 style="color:white;"><img src="/images/searchcode_logo_white.png" height="40px" /></h1></a>
4          </div>
5          <div class="container">
6            <h1 class="white">Tools that Drive Developer Productivity</h1>
7          </div>
8      </div>
9
10      <div class="row top20">
11        <div class="container">
12            <h2 class="center">How to improve developer productivity?</h2>
13            <p class="em">Software is eating the world. As such developer tools have become the foundation of the modern world. One of the main questions any leader or team member has is how to drive developer productivity. Agile techniques can help with this but ultimately as with any profession better tools ultimately lead to better results. Below are our top picks for productivity improvements.</p>
14        </div>
15      </div>
LightningView.java https://github.com/abangadit/Lightning-Browser.git | Java | 1,084 lines
1/*
2 * Copyright 2014 A.C.R. Development
3 */
4
5package acr.browser.lightning;
6
7import android.annotation.SuppressLint;
8import android.app.Activity;
9import android.app.AlertDialog;
10import android.content.*;
11import android.graphics.Bitmap;
12import android.graphics.BitmapFactory;
13import android.graphics.ColorMatrix;
14import android.graphics.ColorMatrixColorFilter;
15import android.graphics.Paint;
LightningView.java https://github.com/ageback/Thunder-Browser.git | Java | 1,210 lines
1/*
2 * Copyright 2014 A.C.R. Development
3 */
4
5package acr.browser.thunder;
6
7import java.io.BufferedInputStream;
8import java.io.ByteArrayInputStream;
9import java.io.File;
10import java.io.FileWriter;
11import java.io.IOException;
12import java.io.InputStream;
13import java.net.HttpURLConnection;
14import java.net.InetSocketAddress;
15import java.net.Proxy;
LightningView.java https://github.com/anil-datami/Lightning-Browser.git | Java | 1,084 lines
1/*
2 * Copyright 2014 A.C.R. Development
3 */
4
5package acr.browser.lightning;
6
7import android.annotation.SuppressLint;
8import android.app.Activity;
9import android.app.AlertDialog;
10import android.content.*;
11import android.graphics.Bitmap;
12import android.graphics.BitmapFactory;
13import android.graphics.ColorMatrix;
14import android.graphics.ColorMatrixColorFilter;
15import android.graphics.Paint;
Quixey.pm https://github.com/ehsan/zeroclickinfo-spice.git | Perl | 115 lines
1package DDG::Spice::Quixey;
2
3use DDG::Spice;
4use JSON;
5use String::Trim;
6use List::Uniq ':all';
7
8primary_example_queries "flight tracking app", "quixey angry birds";
9secondary_example_queries "free calculator app", "tiny piano for iphone";
10description "Search for mobile apps";
11name "Quixey App Search";
12source "Quixey";
13code_url "https://github.com/duckduckgo/zeroclickinfo-spice/blob/master/lib/DDG/Spice/Quixey.pm";
14icon_url "/i/www.quixey.com.ico";
15category "entertainment";
Quixey.pm https://github.com/eladab/zeroclickinfo-spice.git | Perl | 115 lines
1package DDG::Spice::Quixey;
2
3use DDG::Spice;
4use JSON;
5use String::Trim;
6use List::Uniq ':all';
7
8primary_example_queries "flight tracking app", "quixey angry birds";
9secondary_example_queries "free calculator app", "tiny piano for iphone";
10description "Search for mobile apps";
11name "Quixey App Search";
12source "Quixey";
13code_url "https://github.com/duckduckgo/zeroclickinfo-spice/blob/master/lib/DDG/Spice/Quixey.pm";
14icon_url "/i/www.quixey.com.ico";
15category "entertainment";
Readme.md https://bitbucket.org/nicomee/martingale.git | Markdown | 948 lines
1[![Build Status](https://img.shields.io/circleci/project/segmentio/nightmare/master.svg)](https://circleci.com/gh/segmentio/nightmare)
2[![Join the chat at https://gitter.im/rosshinkley/nightmare](https://badges.gitter.im/rosshinkley/nightmare.svg)](https://gitter.im/rosshinkley/nightmare?utm_source=badge&utm_medium=badge&utm_campaign=pr-badge&utm_content=badge)
3
4# Nightmare
5
6Nightmare is a high-level browser automation library from [Segment](https://segment.com).
7
8The goal is to expose a few simple methods that mimic user actions (like `goto`, `type` and `click`), with an API that feels synchronous for each block of scripting, rather than deeply nested callbacks. It was originally designed for automating tasks across sites that don't have APIs, but is most often used for UI testing and crawling.
9
10Under the covers it uses [Electron](http://electron.atom.io/), which is similar to [PhantomJS](http://phantomjs.org/) but roughly [twice as fast](https://github.com/segmentio/nightmare/issues/484#issuecomment-184519591) and more modern. 
11
12**We've implemented [many](https://github.com/segmentio/nightmare/issues/1388) of the security recommendations [outlined by Electron](https://github.com/electron/electron/blob/master/docs/tutorial/security.md) to try and keep you safe, but vulnerabilities may exist in Electron that may allow a malicious website to execute code on your company. Avoid visiting untrusted websites.**
13
14[Niffy](https://github.com/segmentio/niffy) is a perceptual diffing tool built on Nightmare. It helps you detect UI changes and bugs across releases of your web app.
15
webkit.py https://code.google.com/p/webscraping/ | Python | 487 lines
1__doc__ = 'Framework for crawling and scraping webpages with JQuery'
2
3import sys
4import os
5import re
6import urllib2
7import random
8from time import time, sleep
9from datetime import datetime
10from PyQt4.QtGui import QApplication, QDesktopServices, QImage, QPainter
11from PyQt4.QtCore import QByteArray, QString, QUrl, QTimer, QEventLoop, QIODevice, QObject, QVariant
12from PyQt4.QtWebKit import QWebFrame, QWebView, QWebPage, QWebSettings
13from PyQt4.QtNetwork import QNetworkAccessManager, QNetworkProxy, QNetworkRequest, QNetworkReply, QNetworkDiskCache
14import common
15import settings
home.tpl https://github.com/uloga/DaveDaveFind.git | Unknown | 81 lines
1<!DOCTYPE html>
2<html itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Product">
3<head>
4    <script src="/styles/jquery-1.7.2.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
5    <script src="/styles/bootstrap.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
6
7    <link rel="stylesheet" href="/styles/bootstrap.css" type="text/css">
8    <link rel="stylesheet" href="/styles/home.css" type="text/css">
9
10    <meta itemprop="name" content="DaveDaveFind">
11    <meta itemprop="image" content="http://davedavefind.appspot.com/">
12    <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
13
14    <title>DaveDaveFind</title>
15    <script type="text/javascript">
README.md https://github.com/chendong0444/gocrawl.git | Markdown | 259 lines
1# gocrawl
2
3gocrawl is a polite, slim and concurrent web crawler written in Go.
4
5For a simpler yet more flexible web crawler you may also want to take a look at [fetchbot](https://github.com/PuerkitoBio/fetchbot), a package that builds on the experience of gocrawl.
6
7## Features
8
9*    Full control over the URLs to visit, inspect and query (using a pre-initialized [goquery][] document)
10*    Crawl delays applied per host
11*    Obedience to robots.txt rules (using the [robotstxt.go][robots] library)
12*    Concurrent execution using goroutines
13*    Configurable logging
14*    Open, customizable design providing hooks into the execution logic
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Definition.pm https://github.com/robertbrook/zeroclickinfo-spice.git | Perl | 35 lines
1package DDG::Spice::Dictionary::Definition;
2
3use DDG::Spice;
4
5description "Get the definition of a word";
6name "Dictionary";
7primary_example_queries "define inundate";
8secondary_example_queries "definition of dictionary";
9topics "everyday";
10category "reference";
11code_url "https://github.com/duckduckgo/zeroclickinfo-spice/blob/master/lib/DDG/Spice/Dictionary/Definition.pm";
12attribution web => ['http://duckduckgo.com', 'DuckDuckGo'],
13            twitter => ['http://twitter.com/duckduckgo', '@duckduckgo'];
14
15spice to => 'http://api.wordnik.com/v4/word.json/$1/definitions?includeRelated=true&includeTags=true&limit=3&api_key={{ENV{DDG_SPICE_WORDNIK_APIKEY}}}&callback={{callback}}';
Racing.pm https://github.com/robertbrook/zeroclickinfo-spice.git | Perl | 202 lines
1package DDG::Spice::ESPN::Racing;
2
3use DDG::Spice;
4use Time::localtime;
5
6description "News and stats for racing players";
7name "ESPN Racing";
8primary_example_queries "Kyle Busch", "Brad Keselowski";
9topics "entertainment", "special_interest";
10category "reference";
11code_url "https://github.com/duckduckgo/zeroclickinfo-spice/blob/master/lib/DDG/Spice/ESPN/Racing.pm";
12attribution web => ['http://duckduckgo.com', 'DuckDuckGo'],
13            twitter => ['http://twitter.com/duckduckgo', 'duckduckgo'];
14
15my %leagues = (
Soccer.pm https://github.com/robertbrook/zeroclickinfo-spice.git | Perl | 538 lines
1package DDG::Spice::ESPN::Soccer;
2
3use DDG::Spice;
4use Time::localtime;
5
6description "News and stats for soccer players";
7name "ESPN Soccer";
8primary_example_queries "Wayne Rooney";
9topics "entertainment", "special_interest";
10category "reference";
11code_url "https://github.com/duckduckgo/zeroclickinfo-spice/blob/master/lib/DDG/Spice/ESPN/ENG1.pm";
12attribution web => ['http://duckduckgo.com', 'DuckDuckGo'],
13            twitter => ['http://twitter.com/duckduckgo', 'duckduckgo'];
14
15my %leagues = (
Basketball.pm https://github.com/robertbrook/zeroclickinfo-spice.git | Perl | 701 lines
1package DDG::Spice::ESPN::Basketball;
2
3use DDG::Spice;
4use Time::localtime;
5
6description "News and stats for basketball players";
7name "ESPN Basketball";
8primary_example_queries "Dwyane Wade", "Kobe Bryant";
9topics "entertainment", "special_interest";
10category "reference";
11code_url "https://github.com/duckduckgo/zeroclickinfo-spice/blob/master/lib/DDG/Spice/ESPN/Basketball.pm";
12attribution web => ['http://duckduckgo.com', 'DuckDuckGo'],
13            twitter => ['http://twitter.com/duckduckgo', 'duckduckgo'];
14
15my %leagues = (
README.md https://github.com/nanawel/rss-bridge.git | Markdown | 104 lines
1rss-bridge
2===
3
4rss-bridge is a PHP project capable of generating ATOM feeds for websites which don't have one.
5
6Supported sites/pages (main)
7===
8
9 * `FlickrExplore` : [Latest interesting images](http://www.flickr.com/explore) from Flickr
10 * `GoogleSearch` : Most recent results from Google Search
11 * `Twitter` : Return keyword/hashtag search or user timeline
12 * `Identi.ca` : Identica user timeline (Should be compatible with other Pump.io instances)
13 * `YouTube` : YouTube user channel, playlist or search
14 * `Cryptome` : Returns the most recent documents from [Cryptome.org](http://cryptome.org/)
15 * `DansTonChat`: Most recent quotes from [danstonchat.com](http://danstonchat.com/)
without-google-as-a-user.html https://gitlab.com/RyDroid/nicola-spanti_personal-website.git | HTML | 6,300 lines
1<!DOCTYPE html>
2<html lang="fr">
3	<head>
4		<meta charset="utf-8" />
5		
6		<style type="text/css">
7			* {max-width: 100%;}
8			img {border: 0;}
9			
10			.italic {font-style: italic;}
11			.center {text-align: center;}
12			code.terminal, kbd.terminal {
13				display: inline-block;
14				background-color: rgb(15, 15, 15);
15				border-radius: 3px;
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