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Development toolkit for Web Services and XML data bindings for C & C++703 weekly downloads
z390 Portable Mainframe Assembler and Emulator64 weekly downloads
"Aubit 4GL" is a project to make GPL, OpenSource, Informix-4GL compatible compiler, and continue to extend functionality needed to write most efficient and productive business related, database oriented applications. See "Home Page" link for more.13 weekly downloads
Object storage is clearly the simplest, most flexible, and most scalable way to store tons of unstructured content. Scality’s Zenko.io enables developers and businesses to take advantage of this simplicity, for free. Whether you're programming in Go or Java, or whether you're using existing applications for personal or shared data management, Scality’s Zenko.io is a great starting point.Advertisement
A framework for highly customisable e-commerce: A system for automatically build an e-commerce interface supporting product´s contraints and properties.1 weekly downloads
Parse software messages and transform them into actions. LazyBat has a command line utility which can transform input data, and also a parser generator for C/C++. LazyBat doesn't support recursive parsing, but rather focuses on common parsing jobs.
LLVM is a unique compiler infrastructure designed for the optimization of programs from arbitrary programming languages. Compilation in C and C++ programs is supported using a parser based on GCC 3.4. Backends exist for X86, Sparc, PowerPC and "C".