package managers


  • Chocolatey

    Freemium Windows Website

    Chocolatey NuGet is a Machine Package Manager, somewhat like apt-get, but built with Windows in mind.

     

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  • Just Install

    Free Windows Website

    just-install - The stupid package installer for Windows.

    Small Chocolatey iconChocolatey , Small Ninite iconNinite , Small Npackd iconNpackd are way too slow, bloated and difficult to extend. I needed a no-frills solution to install stuff on Windows machines, here it is.

    Download just-install.exe and double click it. Boom! just-install is now in your %PATH%. How easy is that?

    In a hurry? Here's a mnemonic link you can use to bootstrap a new machine, just type this in a browser is.gd/justinstall then double-click the downloaded file. "Is (it) Good? Just Install!".

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  • Homebrew

    Free Mac Linux Website

    Homebrew is the easiest and most flexible way to install the UNIX tools Apple didn’t include with macOS. Also available for Linux.

     

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  • Ketarin

    Free Windows Website

    Ketarin is a small application which automatically updates and optionally installs setup packages by monitoring web pages for changes. As opposed to other tools, Ketarin is not meant to keep your system up-to-date (like a package manager), but rather to maintain a compilation of all important setup packages which can then be burned to disc or put on a USB stick.

    -- How does it work?
    Basically, it monitors the content of web pages for changes and downloads files to a specified location. There is a tutorial explaining it all. Currently, you can either rely on a service based on FileHippo, or you can define your own rules, even using regular expressions (for advanced users). A similar application, for monitoring web pages, is "Webmon" and has sometimes served as guide.

    -- Note
    Supports regex expansion.

    Documentation: http://wiki.ketarin.org

     

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