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TP-Stats: ensemble de scripts TCL pour la gestion des accès xDSL
Library of Tcl procedures to execute Gempak programs from a Tcl script. Documentation is available in the noaaport.net website.
TclMetar, a library of Tcl procedures for decoding Metar reports from a Tcl script. Documentation is available in the noaaport.net web site.
tclssh is a set of tcl procedures that can be used to execute tcl scripts in remote hosts via ssh.
This project provides a cli based utility to manage & administer the tomcat server. At present project aims at adding virtual host, editing server properties, context properties, etc. More features will be added as and when feature get completed..
TwBot is an advaned IRC bot coded using C++, it works on Unix and Windows (Cygwin/MinGW). It has Tcl scripting support, and module support. Current modules under development: MySQL, network programming.
A library to process X-ray images from the Heimann imaging system. The XGray library has interfaces to C++ and Tcl and includes the graphical program XRayLab, which is written Tcl.
Xapian is a Search Engine Library, written in C++ with bindings for Perl, Python, PHP, Java, Tcl, C# and Ruby. Xapian allows you to easily add advanced indexing and search facilities to your applications. See www.xapian.org for more information.
Various scripts for several EDA tools such as: RTL Compiler, spyglass, lec, temposync, etc. Scripts are useful in IC design.
dynamide is a dynamic web application framework for handling the presentation and business layers in a traditional web app. See http://dynamide.com
The all-in-one CLI automation tool
gurita is a modular network hardware test platform based on vendor's repository. The modularity is planned to support multi-vendor-multi-protocol network hardware for testing the environment for certain conditions, links, etc.
linroute is an attempt at making unix/linux route detection/delivery without depending on the underlying os/protocols/drivers.
AWS VPN Management from Cisco IOS EEM for dynamic public IPs
Read music by listening without seeing the score. MANOTE can enter and review music as text or braille. Make written music accessible to the blind, low vision, otherwise impaired & their educators. Exchange midi, sheet music, & other score formats.
rip and encode cds across multiple machines and multiple processors with freedb support
The aim of this project is to have a current implementation of the experimental VFER protocol (http://vfer.sf.net) within the ns-2 network simulator. The design of VFER can then be tweaked using results from this simulation.
Some utilities to work in conjunction with Rancid from Shrubbery Networks, Inc. (http://www.shrubbery.net/rancid/). Includes integration with Trac (http://trac.edgewall.org/) and some Cisco-specific utilities.
seh - an Ssh Expect Helper for use with bash scripts.
A Tcl based STUN/TURN client and server.
Compiler for the scripting language Tcl used to create native application out of tcl language input files. The native applications are significant faster and absolute safe in terms of protect your private property
TCL P10 IRC Services - module based. Is going to the be the latest replacement of AServ.
99 bottles of beer in different programming languages