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  • Multi-vendor storage monitoring simplified Multi-vendor storage monitoring simplified Icon
    Multi-vendor storage monitoring simplified Icon

    Monitor your multi-vendor storage to help ensure your applications get the performance & capacity they need with SolarWinds® Storage Resource Monitor.

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  • Identify and respond to threats before damage is done Identify and respond to threats before damage is done Icon
    Identify and respond to threats before damage is done Icon

    A SIEM that makes it easy to use logs for security, compliance, and troubleshooting.

    SolarWinds® Log & Event Manager (LEM) delivers comprehensive Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) capabilities in a highly affordable, easy-to-use, and quick-to-deploy virtual appliance. LEM provides the visibility, security, and control that IT professionals need to alert on and respond to security threats, and assist in meeting the regulatory compliance guidelines of HIPAA, PCI DSS, SOX, and more. Try it FREE for 30 days!
  • avrIL

    AVR interactive language (avrIL) is a forth like language for AVR processors.

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  • bif-c, a near fig-FORTH in C

    Building a FORTH in C for practice.

    C language implementation of my BIF 6809 variant of fig-FORTH. May be interesting to programmers with C background who want to understand the high-level version of the low-level of FORTH. Those requiring a fully functioning FORTH may look elsewhere. (The releases are usually out of date. Best to browse the code repository and download the latest snapshot.) (I am now mirroring the project at http://sourceforge.jp/projects/bif-c/, to make it more accessible to Japanese associates who might be interested.)

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • comp.lang.forth.repository

    Everything related to forth programming that has been discussed on the comp.lang.forth usenet newsgroup. The site is dedicated towards improving portability between forth implementations, providing surveys, example implementations, and library modules.

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • guiForth

    guiForth is a customized version of pForth that provides bindings to the FLTK library. The initial goal is to create a software development system for the Agenda VR3 PDA, but guiForth should be portable to any platform that has FLTK.

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    lang5

    A Perl based interpreter for a language which is a blend of Forth and APL. The power of lang5 stems from its arrays operations in conjunction with the underlying Forth programming paradigm of bottom up programming.

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  • mrforth

    A highly portable, Minimal ROM-able FORTH based on a small number of FORTH primitives.

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