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Programming language: Go
Latest version: v0.2.8
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streamtools
4/1/2015 Development for streamtools has waned as our attention has turned towards developing a language paradigm that embraces blocking, types, and more reasonable semantics. Stay tuned.
Streamtools is a graphical toolkit for dealing with streams of data. Streamtools makes it easy to explore, analyse, modify and learn from streams of data.
