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The Arcanum Editor is a small but powerful tool to encrypt and decrypt messages. The program also comes with it's own format CTXT. This format is based on XML and allows you to save texts with the Advanced Encryption Standard.5 weekly downloads
A small standalone application designed to compile media feeds for the PSP's RSS browser. Additionally, there's also an option to create iTunes libraries. If you sort your music into separate album/artist folders you'll find this feature very useful.4 weekly downloads
This project hast moved to <https://launchpad.net/tbook>. It is currently inactive.2 weekly downloads
The Eclipse XML-Security Plug-In allows you to experiment with the W3C recommendations on digital signatures and encryption and to learn all about their background. Arbitrary XML documents can be canonicalized, signed, verified and en- or decrypted.1 weekly downloads
NOTE: As of August 2006, development of this COLLADA plugin has migrated into the official OpenSceneGraph repository, so this SourceForge project is frozen for historical reference only. See http://openscenegraph.org/1 weekly downloads
Computer Aided Robotics Programming (CARP) is a robotics application using virtual reality devices to handle virtual robots and generate (industrial) robot programs (or other routines) directly understandable by the controler of the real robot.
Simple editor for GPX files written in GTK, which can add, remove or edit waypoints. Also uses osm-gps-map (http://tinyurl.com/osmgpsmap) to provide a world-wide map with customizable source (OpenStreetMap, Google, ...).
On Stop surely a show stopper.
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