Safe Exam Browser is a webbrowser-environment to carry out online-exams safely. The software changes any computer into a secure workstation. It regulates the access to any utilities and prevents students from using unauthorised resources.
Doxygen is a JavaDoc like documentation system for C++, C, Java and IDL.
WebKit for OS X Leopard
builds of current WebKit frameworks for Mac OS X 10.5 (PowerPC G4, PowerPC G5). In order to revive the Snow Leopard builds at least one volunteer with skills in building open source software is needed!
MachOView is a visual Mach-O file browser. It provides a complete solution for exploring and in-place editing Intel and ARM binaries.
Library for parsing Excel (XLS) files, with a sample program for converting Excel files into CSV.
Orx: Portable Game Engine
Orx is a portable, lightweight, plugin-based, data-driven and extremely easy to use 2D-oriented game engine. As orx is data driven, it allows users to create games with a small number of lines of code and reduces drastically the development time.
Open-DIS implements the IEEE DIS protocol in multiple languages.
DOSBOX for IOS modify.
This is designed to issue DOS software to run independently in the IOS. based on DOSPad and dosbox 0.74.
A Work-In-Progress, Full-Featured, Open Source IRC Client
Kashyyyk is full featured, open source, cross platform IRC client. It was originally written to replace HexChat on OS X. At the time, HexChat (a fork of XChat) had only had a single release on OS X, which was still in alpha. Kashyyyk is extremely small, the binaries and related libraries totaling around half a megabyte. Kashyyyk also has very few external dependencies, the official binaries statically linking all supporting libraries. Kashyyyk is natively available for OS X, Windows, and FreeBSD. Additionally, it can be compiled for Cygwin/X. When possible, Kashyyyk takes advantage of native OS capabilites, such as the OS X notification center. Kashyyyk uses the libfjirc library originally written for the Whittler IRC bot and the libfjnet wrapper written for TurboSphere. It has an FLTK-based GUI. Kashyyyk is intended to be cross platform and easily compiled. It is known to compile using Clang, GCC, Cygwin, Sun Studio, and MSVC 2013.
Graphical interpreter specially suited to quickly developing and deploying application from touch screen mobile phones and tablets.
OIOIC how about? Kindly give me your advice. OIOIC is a completely new object-oriented technology for the C programming language.
A cross-platform OpenGL based lightweight scenegraph library
RenderTools is an OpenGL based scenegraph library in C++ for Windows, OSX and IOS supporting OpenGL|ES1.1, ES2.0, OpenGL1.5 and up to the latest version (currently 4.2). It allows the developer to easily (de)serialize a scenegraph to-and-from xml, create renderbuffers, framebuffers, samplers, vertexbuffers etc. and cross-reference those items. RenderTools allows you to completely specify an application, its resources, viewcontrollers and its renderpasses in one single xml. GraphNodes such as RelationalNode, RenderNode, and TransformNode can be used to create a complex hierarchy for rendering. Both update and render calls can selectively include or exclude specific components such as geometric details or lighting or texturing.
Jira 5 for mobile devices
extensible Gaussian Mixture Model
The main key is provide a common framework to create Gaussian Mixture Models (GMM) systems. The project is aimed to create a common extensible GMM that can evolve and aggregate acceleration techniques like OpenCL, as well as methods like MMI, MAP, SVM and so on.
iSDGE is meant to be a free next generation 3D game engine for mobile devices supporting OpenGL ES 2.0. It is very easy to use, extremely flexible and fast. iSDGE is mostly written in C++ and currently comes with an Objective-C binding for iOS.
This software provides the user the facitility to transfer files and messages from one ipod to another using neighbour discovery by bonjour, protecting data with identity based encryption (CPABE+RSA) and incorporating post boxes while still being easy to
Many people have met the challenge of finding out their location, while not having a gps. We have developed a solution to this challenge. wLBS is the world's first completely open Wi-Fi geolocation system.