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StarMap 3D: the project aims to offer a fast and easy consultation of stellar systems
Survey coffeeBeans are Swing based JavaBeans for easy component based MVC application development
Symo is a simple system monitoring tool built on rrdtool. It consists of a daemon that reads a config file on startup, starts the defined data collectors, and updates pre-built round-robin databases with collected data as it becomes available.
The "Sys::LDAP" module connects to the LDAP server that serves as the authentication backend for the local system.
The TAG Report Management System is a series of PERL scripts and modules which provide a framework for the management of report generation by different log analysis packages.
The Open C Book Project aims to provide a comprehensive, up-to-date, and completely free book which teaches C programming in a POSIX compliant environment, with an emphasis on using Open Source tools. The content comes from you, so please contribute.
Visai Neri is an attempt to syntactically parse Natural Languages in general and Tamil in particular. To this end, we have developed an application using JavaCC to parse Venpa poetry after writing the grammar in BNF. Vision: complete Tamil grammar in
YAML (tm) is a straight-forward data serilization language, offering an alternative to XML where markup (named lists and mixed content) are not needed. YAML borrows ideas from rfc822, SAX, C, HTML, Perl, and Python.
'cappucino' is an open source, cross-platform (Java-) software solution for running a stock-market-alike café.
Some of my ideas that I would like to share with others.
Plex is an open source, perl based, scripting language for webdevelopment. The Lexer and Compiler takes rules for lexing or compilation; the compiler, without any additional commands, compiles to Parrot Bytecode. There's also a quick webserver.
The dude is a UNIX debugging package independent of the ptrace() system call; it consists of a kernel module [the_dude.o], a library to interface with the module [libduderino.so], and an ncurses client [ddbg] .
pUML (pron. 'pummell') is a set of object-oriented perl scripts to perform forward-and-reverse engineering using the universal modelling language).