Carabiner is a Java framework for creating and testing GUI controls. It allows you to easily create a 'test harness' to view your control and verify that it is correct. Carabiner can also integrate with frameworks like JUnit to allow regression testing.
Karabiner, Type of connector, formed as a complete loop. Features spring loaded entry gate. The entry gate is often locked shut in the closed position by using a screw gate ring. Submitted by Piers from London, UK.
An oblong metal ring with a spring clip, used in mountaineering to attach a running rope to a piton or similar device. Usefulness: N/A(3 ratings) by allbyend () Rate It! this definition is ... useful somewhat useful incorrect spam / offensive
An aluminum alloy link with a gate that one opens to insert the rope or a sling. There are many different designs, each with their own uses: a variety of different shapes with straight or bent gates, including some with locking capabilities.
Metal loop (usually aluminum) used for holding the rope and connecting it to gear, with a spring-loaded gate on one side. May be oval, pear or D-shaped. They are often referred to as a ‘biners' or ‘crabs'.
A miraculous device (named after your truly) that can be used as an anchor, as a link between the rope and protection, as a rappel brake, or as a clip for carrying various items up a climb. It also makes julienne fries-don't leave home without it.
Forged aluminum or steel devices of various shapes (oval, D-ring, etc.) with a spring-loaded gate through which a climbing rope can be threaded. The most basic all-around tool on a climber's rack, they are used variously for such activities as belaying, rappelling, prusiking and clipping into safety anchors. (Common usage: "Biner").
Forged aluminum devices of various shapes (oval, D, etc.) with a spring-loaded gate through which a climbing rope can be threaded. Used to connect to protection or to provide connections in an anchor. The gate of a locking carabiner can be screwed or locked tight for increased security.