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go-arg - Category
From: Command Line > Standard CLI
To: Configuration
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go-arg - Tag names
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  • Command Line, Standard CLI
  • Command Line, Environment, Flags, Standard CLI
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go-arg - License
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To: BSD 2-clause "Simplified" License
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go-staticfiles - Description
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  • staticfiles collect files from a different directories (including subdirectories), compute hash of each file, append hash sum to the filenames and copy files to the output directory. This approach allows to use aggressive caching on CDN and HTTP headers for static files and to implement so called "cache hierarchy strategy". staticfiles by default post-process .css files to fix files references.
  • `staticfiles` is an asset manager for a web applications written in Go. It collects asset files (CSS, JS, images, etc.) from a different locations (including subdirectories), appends hash sum of each file to its name and copies files to the target directory to be served by `http.FileServer`.
  • This approach allows to serve files without having to clear a CDN or browser cache every time the files was changed.
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colly - Category
From: Text Processing > Specific Formats
To: Crawler
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Kivik - License
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To: Apache License 2.0
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Bring - Description
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  • Go Client for [Apache Guacamole](http://guacamole.apache.org) Protocol.
  • Go Client for Apache Guacamole Protocol.
  • ## Why?
  • Why?
  • The idea is that if you need to control a remote machine from your Go code, you can leaverage the Guacamole protocol and the `guacd` server as a bridge. This way you can use any protocol supported by Guacamole (currently RDP and VNC, with X11 coming in the future) to do screen capture and remote control of networked servers/desktop machines.
  • The idea is that if you need to control a remote machine from your Go code, you can leverage the Guacamole protocol and the `guacd` server as a bridge. This way you can use any protocol supported by Guacamole (currently RDP and VNC, with X11 coming in the future) to do screen capture and remote control of networked servers/desktop machines.
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Bring - License
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To: MIT License
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