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Cronopete is a backup utility for Linux, modeled after Apple's
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No Vala support unless they hit the $60k stretch goal, fwiw
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If you follow elementary OS development, you may know that we do not write our applications on C or Python, but rather a language called Vala. While it is true that a more mainstream language would lower the barrier to entry for new first-party and third-party developers, Vala has proven to be a tremendously effective tool for our needs. Here's why...
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The porting of Netsukuku to Vala has been completed!

Netsukuku is an ad-hoc network system designed to handle massive numbers of nodes with minimal consumption of CPU and memory resources. It can be used to build a world-wide distributed, fault-tolerant, anonymous, and censorship-immune network, fully independent from the Internet. Netsukuku does not rely upon any form of backbone router, internet service provider network, or any centralized system, although it may take advantage of existing systems of this nature to augment unity and connectivity of the existing Netsukuku network.

http://pyntk.blogspot.ru/2014/03/status-report.html
The porting of Netsukuku to Vala has been completed. Almost! The DNS wrapper is still missing. It is a piece of code that listens to standard DNS queries and forward them to the ANDNA system. But there are tools that can quer...
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Vala 0.21.1 released on August 2, 2013

Changes
- Support \uXXXX escape sequences.
- Support specifying vfunc order in interfaces to define ABI.
- Support GTK+ widget templates.
- Bug fixes and binding updates.

https://wiki.gnome.org/Vala/Release
Vala Releases. Vala 0.21.1. source tarball. released on August 2, 2013. Changes. Support \uXXXX escape sequences. Support specifying vfunc order in interfaces to define ABI. Support GTK+ widget templates. Bug fixes and binding updates. Vala 0.20.1. source tarball. released on April 8, 2013 ...
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Valum is micro web framework written in Vala. Still alive and getting better!

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Autovala is a program and a library designed to help in the creation of projects with Vala and CMake.

The idea is quite simple: CMake is very powerful, but writting the CMakeLists files is boring and repetitive. Why not let the computer create them, by guessing what to do with each file? And if, at the end, there are mistakes, let the user fix them in an easy way, and generate the final CMakeLists files.

This is what Autovala does. This process is done in three steps:

First, Autovala checks all the folders and files, and writes a project file with the type of each file
It also peeks the source files to determine which Vala packages they need, and generate automagically that list
After that (and after allowing the user to check, if (s)he wishes, the project file), it uses that project file to generate the needed CMakeLists files
autovala - A program that automatically generates CMake configuration files for your Vala project
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Squash is primarily an abstraction layer which provides a single API to access many compression libraries. This allows applications a great deal of flexibility in which choosing a compression algorithm, or allowing a choice between several of them.
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Use the SolydXK (Debian) and I'm trying to create an application that reads the output of "inxi" command and displays the information in a classified way system (CPU, network, video, etc ...).

Could help?
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do we need to have a Vala community?
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Yes, you could very handy. 

I'm trying to create my first application for Linux and create this community could help me a lot.
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An Awesome Object Oriented Programming Language Based on GObject System
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Vala is a programming language created with the goal of bringing modern language features to C, with no added runtime needs and with little overhead, by targeting the GObject object system. It is being developed by Jürg Billeter and Raffaele Sandrini. The syntax borrows heavily from C#. Rather than being compiled directly to assembler or to another intermediate language, Vala is source-to-source compiled to C which is then compiled with a platform's standard C compiler, such as gcc.