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An implementation of the language described in "Karel the Robot: A Gentle Introduction to The Art of Programming" by Richard Pattis et al. Both Java and C/Unix versions are available.162 weekly downloads
A series of programs to interconvert between mac fonts (and FONDs) and unix font formats.21 weekly downloads
The event based Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) for Arduino15 weekly downloads
A cross-platform wxWindows class for running Ghostscript and manipulating the image it produces, plus an IDE/debugger for developing programs written in PostScript.12 weekly downloads
TclBitPrint is an extension to Tcl/Tk to provide printing on non-postscript printers. It consists of two parts, drawing code which uses the underlying emulated Xlib and is therefore completely generic, and platform specific dialogs etc.1 weekly downloads
RanBunHyou is a Q&D generator of BINGO-like word games and other randomized teaching materials from plain text files. Entertains children studying vocabulary, etc. For Java 2+ (jre1.4+) and Macintosh System 7 to 9, being re-written in perl/CGI.1 weekly downloads
Sudoku solver based on the initial work of Michael Kennett1 weekly downloads
TuxTables a program for teaching children their timestables.1 weekly downloads
A system that takes annotated translations as input and produces a contextual dictionary, which users can then use as a resource for learning the language or for doing translations.
ClarityPro a schematic functional programming environment ClarityPro. ClarityPro is used to create programs through drawing rather than by typing text. The approach is particularly helpful for designers that think and design using diagrams.
Slick Linux by Cellocity Based on Fedora Core 6. Using the Kernel 2.6.18. with only basic core elements needed to operate. Slick is just that it's slick because it's striped down. It will have full compiling and running features. It will come with YUM.
bEngine is an open source OpenGL-based multiplatform graphics engine.
This software provides the user the facitility to transfer files and messages from one ipod to another using neighbour discovery by bonjour, protecting data with identity based encryption (CPABE+RSA) and incorporating post boxes while still being easy to