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CartoReso intends to facilitate enterprise computer network mapping.5 weekly downloads
Rexx/CURL is a Rexx extension to enable Rexx programmers to control the cURL interface.13 weekly downloads
The IPDR.org reference libraries encode and decode IPDR usage documents in either XML or the binary format. Libraries are available in C and Java.9 weekly downloads
Application for Alcatel 50x and 70x phones7 weekly downloads
Snoopium is a system monitor for MorphOS. It displays file system activity in realtime and is a powerful tool to find out how applications work. Snoopium is based on Amiga SnoopDos.1 weekly downloads
TymeacTS is a full-feature, multi-tasking, asynchronous-process manager for IBM CICS backend development. TymeacTS provides a queuing facility, asynchronous task management and recursive processing with a minimal footprint that is easy to use. (COBOL/C)1 weekly downloads
We are trying to make a BOT for various chat rooms, mostly for IRC.
Galileo is an Open Source glass cockpit infrastructure for general aviation use. It is designed around a modular and robust CANbus-based architecture with a distributed network of sensors and display panels.
A TI-89/92 program that will help user with physics equations by showing them, set by step, how to solve the equation, both symbolically and with defined information.
The Scalable Parallel Random Number Generators Library (SPRNG) is the most popular parallel Random Number Generator (RNG). The main motivation behind this work was to exploit the Synergistic Processing Units(SPU) cores to get a better performance.
SnoopDos is a utility that allows you to monitor a variety of system operations carried out by programs on your Amiga. This includes what files a program is trying to open, what fonts, libraries, devices and environment variables it is looking for.