Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of AbbrMacro/AbbrMap

Jan 7, 2009 3:05:10 AM (6 years ago)



  • AbbrMacro/AbbrMap

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    55 * '''Note''': Like all Python configuration files, name/value pairs may use either colon `:` or equal `=` characters, both 
    66   are valid assignment syntax. 
     9# dictionary.ini -- abbreviations and acronyms 
     10# -*- coding: utf-8 -*- 
     13ACM = Association for Computing Machinery 
     14ADA = Americans With Disabilities Act 
     15Ajax = Asynchronous JavaScript and XML 
     16AMP = Apache, MySQL, PHP/Perl/Python 
     17API = Application Programming Interface 
     18ARPA = Advanced Research Projects Agency 
     19ASCII = American Standard Code for Information Interchange 
     20ASP = Active Server Pages 
     21BOM = Byte Order Mark 
     22BSD = Berkeley Software Distribution 
     23CDN = Content Distribution Network 
     24CEO = Chief Executive Officer 
     25CERN = European Organization for Nuclear Research 
     26CGI = Common Gateway Interface 
     27CMS = Content Management System 
     28CPAN = Comprehensive Perl Archive Network 
     29CPU = Central Processing Unit 
     30CRUD = Create Read Update Delete 
     31CSRF = Cross Site Request Forgery 
     32CSS = Cascading Style Sheets 
     33CTO = Chief Technology Officer 
     34CV = Controlled Vocabulary 
     35DB = Database 
     36DBD = Perl DBI Database Driver 
     37DBI = Perl Database Independent Interface 
     38DCMI = Dublin Core Metadata Initiative 
     39DES = Data Encryption Standard 
     40DMI = DTD Modularization Interface 
     41DNS = Domain Name System 
     42DOM = Document Object Model 
     43DRY = Don't Repeat Yourself 
     44DTD = Document Type Definition 
     45ECMA = European Computer Manufacturers Association 
     46ERCIM = European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics 
     47EXIF = Exchangeable Image File Format 
     48FAQ = Frequently Asked Question 
     49FF = Firefox 
     50FIPS = Federal Information Processing Standards 
     51FK = Foreign Key 
     52FLWOR = For Let Where Order Return 
     53FOAF = Friend of a Friend 
     54FPI = Formal Public Identifier 
     55FPU = Floating Point Unit 
     56FTP = File Transer Protocol 
     57FYI = For Your Information 
     58GPL = General Public License 
     59GPS = Global Positioning System 
     60GRDDL = Gleaning Resource Descriptions from Dialects of Languages 
     61GUI = Graphical User Interface 
     62HTML = Hypertext Markup Language 
     63HTTP = Hypertext Transfer Protocol 
     64I18N = Internationalization 
     65IA = Information Architecture 
     66IANA = Internet Assigned Numbers Authority 
     67ICDRI = International Center for Disability Resources on the Internet 
     68ICRA = Internet Content Rating Association 
     69ICT = Information and Communication Technology 
     70IDE = Integrated Development Environment 
     71IE = Internet Explorer 
     72IEC = International Electrotechnical Commission 
     73IETF = Internet Engineering Task Force 
     74INRIA = Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et Automatique 
     75IP = Internet Protocol 
     76IPR = Intellectual Property Rights 
     77IRC = Internet Relay Chat 
     78ISAM = Indexed Sequential Access Method 
     79ISBN = International Standard Book Number 
     80ISO = International Organization for Standardization 
     81ISOC = Internet Society 
     82IT = Information Technology 
     83JIT = Just in Time 
     84JPEG = Joint Photographic Experts Group 
     85JRE = Java Runtime Environment 
     86JS = JavaScript 
     87JSON = JavaScript Object Notation 
     88LAMP = Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP 
     89LCS = Laboratory for Computer Science 
     90LDAP = Lightweight Directory Access Protocol 
     91MathML = Mathematical Markup Language 
     92MIA = Missing in Action 
     93MIME = Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions 
     94MIT = Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
     95MMS = Multimedia Messaging Service 
     96MPEG = Moving Picture Experts Group 
     97MVC = Model View Controller 
     98NCSA = National Center for Supercomputing Applications 
     99NIST = National Institute of Standards and Technology 
     100NS = Netscape 
     101NSA = National Security Agency 
     102NSDI = National Spatial Data Infrastructure 
     103ODP = Open Directory Project 
     104OOP = Object Oriented Programming 
     105OPML = Outline Processor Markup Language 
     106ORM = Object Relational Mapping 
     107OS = Operating System 
     108OSI = Open Systems Interconnection 
     109OSS = Open Source Software 
     110OWASP = Open Web Application Security Project 
     111OWL = Web Ontology Language 
     112PCL = Public Class Language 
     113PDA = Personal Digital Assistant 
     114PDF = Portable Document Format 
     115PEP = Python Enhancement Proposal 
     116PGP = Pretty Good Privacy 
     117PHP = PHP = Hypertext Preprocessor 
     118PICS = Platform for Internet Content Selection 
     119PK = Primary Key 
     120PKI = Public Key Infrastructure 
     121PNG = Portable Network Graphics 
     122PR = Public Relations 
     123PTC = Public Text Class 
     124PTD = Public Text Description 
     125PTI = Public Text Identifier 
     126RDBMS = Relational Database Management System 
     127RDF = Resource Description Framework 
     128REST = Representational State Transfer 
     129RFC = Request for Comments 
     130RIA = Rich Internet Application 
     131RoR = Ruby on Rails 
     132RPC = Remote Procedure Call 
     133RSA = Rivest Shamir Adleman 
     134RSS = RDF Site Summary 
     135RTF = Rich Text Format 
     136SAPI = Server Application Programming Interface 
     137SCM = Software Configuration Management 
     138SEO = Search Engine Optimization 
     139SERP = Search Engine Results Page 
     140SFTP = Secure File Transfer Protocol 
     141SGML = Standard Generalized Markup Language 
     142SIG = Special Interest Group 
     143SMS = Short Message Service 
     144SNI = Server Name Indication 
     145SOAP = Simple Object Access Protocol 
     146SOP = Same Origin Policy 
     147SPARQL = SPARQL Protocol And RDF Query Language 
     148SQL = Structured Query Language 
     149SSH = Secure Shell 
     150SSI = Server Side Includes 
     151SSJS = Server Side JavaScript 
     152SSL = Secure Sockets Layer 
     153SVG = Scalable Vector Graphics 
     154TAG = Technical Architecture Group 
     155TCP = Transmission Control Protocol 
     156TLD = Top Level Domain 
     157TLS = Transport Layer Security 
     158TZ = Time Zone 
     159UA = User Agent 
     160UCB = University of California at Berkeley 
     161UCS = Universal Character Set 
     162UDDI = Universal Description Discovery and Integration 
     163UDP = User Datagram Protocol 
     164UI = User Interface 
     165UIUC = University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 
     166URI = Uniform Resource Identifier 
     167URL = Uniform Resource Locator 
     168URN = Uniform Resource Name 
     169UTC = Coordinated Universal Time 
     170UTF = Unicode Transformation Format 
     171VB = Visual Basic 
     172VM = Virtual Machine 
     173W3C = World Wide Web Consortium 
     174WAI = Web Accessibility Initiative 
     175WaSP = Web Standards Project 
     176WCAG = Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 
     177WSDL = Web Services Description Language 
     178WSGI = Web Server Gateway Interface 
     179WWW = World Wide Web 
     180XBL = Extensible Bindings Language 
     181XFN = XHTML Friends Network 
     182XHR = XML HTTP Request 
     183XHTML = Extensible Hypertext Markup Language 
     184XMDP = XHTML Metadata Profile 
     185XML = Extensible Markup Language 
     186XMLNS = Extensible Markup Language NameSpace 
     187XPath = XML Path Language 
     188XSL = Extensible Stylesheet Language 
     189XSL-FO = XSL Formatting Objects 
     190XSLT = Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformation 
     191XSS = Cross Site Scripting 
     192XUL = Extensible User Interface Language 
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