A thin and simple syntax and parser for generic symbolic expressions.
An attempt at a Xanalogical Web, comprised of a CGI system with both native and HTML interfaces, a set of standards, a backend supporting Transclusion, versioning, and a custom browser with support for Transpointing and editing.
Cross-platform lightweight components
XPLC (cross-platform lightweight components) is a component system that provide extensibility and reusability both inside and between applications, being portable across platforms and languages, easy to use and having the lowest possible overhead.
C++ template library for properties of objects which can be manipulated like normal member variables (widget.color = "red";). Supports binding properties with each other, so that when one property changes, other changes accordingly automatically.
Framework for software component integration, interoperability and adoptability through a XML based vocabulary: Software Component Integration Mark-up Language (SCIML)
An S-expression library
The Ocean Distributed Component Reference Framework for machinetools provides CORBA 3.0 compliant Component Interfaces for controlling machinetools based on CIAO, TAO and ACE/RTAI.
A very simple component object model with just the absolute basic features.
TclXPCOM is a binding between Tcl and XPCOM, Mozilla's cross-platform component model. TclXPCOM allows Tcl developers to use and implement XPCOM components with pure Tcl scripts.
When writting portable C++ CORBA code one finds that each ORB vendor has its own set of libraries, include files, caracteristics, etc. This project's goal is both: 1. to provide a set of autoconf/automake/libtool macros to support as many ORBs (C & C++)
The Project for flexible Server. The First Implementation will be Remote Object Server. Implementing with Java, C++ and Python
A virtual reality (VR) system for the Internet based on a secure distributed object system. ADR has been renamed and moved: please see new site <a href="http://interreality.org">interreality.org</a>.
BlueRock is the solution for heterogeneous platform and systems interconnection, leveraging existing protocols like WebServices, CORBA and RMI around a robust, managed messaging Bus.