Augeas

[software] In computing, Augeas, a configuration-management library, runs open-source C code under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL). Augeas uses programs called lenses (in reference to the Harmony Project) to map a filesystem to an XML tree which can then be parsed using an XPath syntax, using a bidirectional transformation. Wri...
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Augeas

noun (Greek mythology) the mythical Greek king who for 30 years did not clean his stables which contained his vast herd of cattle
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Augeas

in Greek legend, king of the Epeians in Elis, a son of the sun-god Helios. He possessed an immense wealth of herds, and King Eurystheus imposed upon ... [1 related articles]
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Augeas

Augeas (ôjē'us) , in Greek mythology, son of Helios and king of Elis. He kept his huge herds of cattle in the Augean Stables. As his sixth labor, Hercules cleaned the stables in one day by diverting the course of a river (possibly the Alpheus) through them.
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Augeas

In Greek mythology, Augeas was king of Elis, in Greece. His stable contained 3000 cattle, and had not been cleaned for thirty years. Hercules undertook to clear away the filth in one day in return for a tenth part of the cattle, and executed the task by turning the river Alpheus through it. Augeas, having broken the bargain, was deposed and slain b...
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Augeas

In Greek mythology, Augeas (or Augeias, s, Αὐγείας), whose name means `bright`, was king of Elis and father of Epicaste. Some say that Augeas was one of the Argonauts. He is best known for his stables, which housed the single greatest number of cattle in the country and had never been cleaned—until the time of the great hero Heracles. .....
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