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The portable software collection6,192 weekly downloads
The VCS to ICS Calendar Converter allows you to convert VCALENDAR files (for example generated by Nokia nbuexplorer or Microsoft Works) to the newer iCalendar format, used by Android and iOS for example. It allows the parsing of events and todo's.43 weekly downloads
LineFold is a Java 6 implementation of the TeX paragraph line-breaking algorithm.
A ticketing system that handle all type off demand (query, incident, problem, task, project,...) between all sevices. It provide a tracking of status and KPI about performance of the services.
The Java Agile Project is a project starting point based around Eclipse, Maven and Subversion, and will include JUnit, Cruise Control, XDoclet and a host of other goodies set up and ready to run so you don't have to spend days setting up new projects.
wmediacenter is a web based Media Center, created to use few ressources and be compatible with all the Oses which dispose a webserver.
This software allows you to access/stream all of your files on any computers while on-the-go.1 weekly downloads
The ultimate java swiss-knife for advanced projects. Xml,Logging, DB connection, encryption and a lot of more made easy.1 weekly downloads
Topic Maps engine written in Python that implements the Tau+ model
A Java Utility to edit and create new game content for Might and Magic 8 with support for 6 and 7. This is an extension of the no-longer-developed UnLod java utility for MM8. MM8LevelEditor is no longer actively developed. A new MMLevelEditor is being re6 weekly downloads
VHCS-RELOAD est une version dérivée du projet open-sources VHCS. C'est un logiciel professionnel. Il permet une gestion aisée est sécurisée d'une plateforme d'hébergement commerciale.
Solea is a development framework oriented to the creation of event-driven, asynchronous, distributed applications.1 weekly downloads
AnnaF is an automatic gene annotation framework, that is used to do some automatic annotation for C. higginsianum. It was also tested on F. graminearum and should work well for fungi in general. AnnaF was build upon the pipeline framework Anna.2 weekly downloads
JSeqUnit enhances Javadoc documentation with UML sequence diagrams that are generated with the help of JUnit tests. It uses JSeq to trace the execution of test executions. It supports re-engineering of components through improved reverse engineering of methods with the help of sequence diagrams.2 weekly downloads
The Multiverse Open Source World (OSW) is an organized community effort to develop a working virtual world based on the Multiverse platform built by the Multiverse dev community, for training/educational purposes and general benefit of the community.
HyFo provides hyphenation services in Java 5 for developers in multiple languages. It extends TeX-style hyphenation to directly support re-spelling hyphenations such as TeX's discretionary hyphens.
Korisne CD ("Korisne" the croatian translation of the world "Usefull") is a CD filled with the usefull Open Source tools and their documentation for Windows.
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Chinese Puppy Linux Project1 weekly downloads
[ In process of completing project for distribution. Nothing here but screenshots so far. Hope to have it ready by August 1, 2014. ] I created the Help Give Thanks Research Project Solutions to allow anyone to test and benefit from Walter Freeman’s brain research, Daniel Gilbert’s happiness research, and the research of Jacob Bronowski, Jason Brown, James Burke, Paul Cisek, Stanley Greenspan, Molly Shaffer Van Houweling, Benjamin Libet, Lawrence Lessig, Robert Lustig, Leonard Mlodinow, Jeffrey Schwartz, Stuart Shanker, Edward Tufte, Willem Vanderburg, Margaret Visser, Paul Watzlawick, and many, many, many, others! Learn more about these amazing people, why your are equally amazing, and more about the Help Give Thanks Research Project at the link below. Cheers! David Matson NOTE: To see screenshots full size, right click on them (in Firefox) and select 'view image' from the popup menu that appears.1 weekly downloads