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Perl command line tools for manipulating books in fb2 format. See http://fictionbook.org for more info (Russian only :-( )
The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) list is a list of questions that include curious aspects regarding mathematics. It was compiled from recurrent questions appearing in the sci.math Usenet newsgroup.
A perl script used to convert a Garmin .tcx running log into a Nike+ .xml running log.
A web server designed to be easy to use and secure.
HHC provides a simple and automatic configuration tool for Hadoop.
Modular, network based system for integrating separate multimedia systems
Poor man's command line tools to sync and convert LRC lyrics file
LabDisplay provides real-time computer availability information along with detailed usage statistics. Other features include computer hardware and software Inventory, machine problem history, and integration with Novell ZENworks for imaging history.
A proxy for extraction of various sorts of microformatted data from web pages (atom, vcard, etc)
Develop the offline and online management
Meadow is an advanced data management research project. Key concepts include management of large data sets through tagging, document introspection, access control, per-user views (everyone looks at the same data differently), and revision control.
Nessus NBE files parsing, analyzing and reporting tool written in Perl. Exports reports in MS Excel format.
Nimh Libs is a distribution of libraries made by Nimh Labs that aren't worth their own project, but are worth checking out.
A Web-Application working in conjunction with the obby protocol to view documents written by other people live on a website, integrated with mediawiki and equipped with full LaTex support. It's main purpose is Real-Time Note-Taking at University
Octyne is a powerful IRC to Internet Data connection service.
Tools for converting Open Document Format to OSIS.
This Perl module provide interface to eBay shopping API.
A server-side Perl implementation of the MySQL database protocol.
FMG / FGT Test Script , running on linux(FC4, RH9), Windows NT2K
A commandline tool for compiling a tree of (XML) content, style, and logic files into a flat XHTML pseudo-dynamic (ultimately static) website, using purely relative paths for also storing (even partially) on media like CDROMS (as e.g. documentation).
Reentry Evolution Architecture The idea is to develop a toolset- and serverinfrastructure on top of common object runtime environments (J2EE,.NET and/or other) that supports evolutionary model driven and language oriented development for SOA and REST.
Generating PDFs can be a pain, and so can printing things such as database or log reports. This program provides a plaintext PDF Layout language and engine so that you can print reports without having to dig through mounds of PDF documentation.
Objective of this project is to DEVELOP OPENSOURCE portal written in PHP/MySQL to practise websecurity in real time. Rootcontest portal will help users to understand websecurity in a better way.