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This project is an API I have created over the years and ported to several languages. It contains tools, structures, and algorithms I have found useful in graphics, robotics, and machine vision applicaitons. Points, Lines, Vectors, etc.
This project consists of 2 utilities to assist in the use of Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 via a command line interface. a command line app (vs_commander) that will send commands to a running instance of VS and an addin (InsideMan) for custom commands
A cron-like service for computers running Windows 2000 and above.
This is for the Development of a multi platform core wow server Ran at wowentertainment.dyndns.org
XNA Real Time Strategy Game Engine
ZeroTime Physics Engine is a Physics engine in C#. Other physics other software backends or hardware backends may be included.
eWorkoutLog is web-based workout journal application. It helps tracking weight-training sessions with rich DHTML UI and reporting capabilities. Platform: C#/ASP.NET
nBloggerApi is an implementation of the BloggerAPI (http://plant.blogger.com/api/) in .NET.
A unit testing framework, in .NET using C#, primarily for the automation of HTTP unit tests. This is a port of HttpUnit, please see: http://www.httpunit.org/.
A .net port of TestDox / AgileDox to display a summary of your nUnit tests.
WowAceUpdater is a tool for World of Warcraft players who use the Ace family of addons (http://www.wowace.com). It keeps track of what addons are installed and will update them if new versions are available.1 weekly downloads