|Number of watchers on Github||360|
|Number of open issues||20|
|Average time to close an issue||about 1 month|
|Average time to merge a PR||4 days|
|Open pull requests||1+|
|Closed pull requests||9+|
|Last commit||over 2 years ago|
|Repo Created||over 5 years ago|
|Repo Last Updated||over 2 years ago|
|Organization / Author||bioruebe|
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Universal Extractor 2 or Universal Extractor (Bioruebe version) as it is also called to avoid confusion is an unofficial updated and extended version of the original UniExtract by Jared Breland. As the development of the original version has stopped and no update has been published for years, many forked (modified and maintained by the community) Universal Extractors have arised. This is the most advanced and the only one with a fully transparent development using a public GitHub-powered source code repository.
See the changelog for a complete log of all improvements.
Universal Extractor itself is completely portable, with some exceptions:
Any contribution in form of ideas, bug reports, code commits, documentation improvements, etc. is welcome. Help is currently needed in updating the translations for many languages. If you are able to translate into another language, take a look at the corresponding issue (#2) or open the language file in the
/lang subdirectory and check for empty strings. English and German language are always up-to-date and can be used as a reference.
Feel free to submit bug reports or feature requests using the issues tab or the built-in feedback window in Universal Extractor, accessible via the 'Help' menu. See todo.txt for a list of notes on possible future changes.
Universal Extractor is licensed under GPLv2. See LICENSE for the full legal text. Code (functions, UDFs, etc.) written from scratch by me (which are not under copyleft) can also be used in your own projects under the terms of a BSD 3-clause license.