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EBML, or Extensible Binary Meta-Language, is a simple XML like binary language for describing data in structured style. EBML was originally designed for use in the Matroska project, but the developers saw that EBML was very flexible and extensible.1 weekly downloads
Revival/2k is a modular BBS/suite of internet servers and a web-site management system. It consists of multiple web applications (forums, mail, login, etc), internet servers (NNTP, POP3, etc) and a Telegard/Renegade styled telnet server all interacting1 weekly downloads
SOAP 1.2 Implementation Written in Java. The difference between SOAPAnywhere (SAW) and Implementations such as Apache SOAP and Axis is that SAW can not only be run through a WebAPP container but can also run in both a standlone mode and as an integrated1 weekly downloads
Client-server networking library1 weekly downloads
Framework for software component integration, interoperability and adoptability through a XML based vocabulary: Software Component Integration Mark-up Language (SCIML)1 weekly downloads
WAL is a very simple Java Application Launcher which covers a subset of the JNLP spec. It supports a convenience update mechanism and is very easy to couple with a single small java application of your choice.1 weekly downloads
The goal of this project is to create a new peer-to-peer system that is capable of supporting instant messaging, encryption, and secure sharing.
Perl WebHost Control Panel is a control panel programmed in perl that will allow administration of domain, server, and server farm for ISP/ASP businesses and to end users. Proposed end user features at final relase is 350 features.
Seguro Distributor aims the design of an efficient algorithm that allows the safe distribution of public files, i.g., executables and source code. Files are decryptable with a public key, which is generated by a private key.