C++ Unit Test Inline - Write your Unit Tests into your C++ source code.
This project envisions to implement the C++ wrapper for the Flickr HTTP web services. This will serve as an end to end library to develop C++ applications on top of Flickr HTTP webservices
C++ implementation of active objects from Active Oberon language (bluebottle/AOS operating system). It was tried to implement syntax and semantics of Active Oberon constructions into C++ directly.
This project intend to provide C-Function helper class which would make call to function pointer in C# or VB.NET nearly as easy as it is in managed C++.
P2P application protocol framework (RFC3080, RFC3081) for connection-oriented, async request/response messages. Allows multiplexing of message streams over one transport connection. Supports binary and textual messages, TLS, SASL/Anonymous, SASL/OTP.
young is a portable container library(support embed system: include DSP、ARM etc) by C and C++.
Centralized database for cataloging CD collections. Database is browseable through an HTML interface; a client component generates XML album descriptions with automatic FreeDB lookups that can be uploaded to the server for easier album entry.
CGISH is a CGI library to be used in Bash Shell Scripting to handle HTTP requests/responses, GET/POST/COOKIE data, sessions and so on. It should be used on simple CGI scripts for embedded systems where languages like perl/python/php are not supported.
CIL (C Intermediate Language) compiles C programs into a simplified subset of C and assists with program analysis and transformation.
CJKPython is internationalization and localization efforts for Chinese, Japanese and Korean environments on Python.
CLara is a framework that enables you to access the computing power of many graphics processors in an IP-based network using a kind of Client/Proxy/Server model. Its programming interface conforms to the OpenCL 1.0 standard.
CMGlue (Configuration Management Glue) is a better git-submodule, to manage a workspace which may contains multiple components that may from various version control tools such as Git and SVN (Subversion), or even just from a shared folder.
A set of programs written for Ms. Sarah Buchanan's COP3502H class.
In the spring semester of 2012, I attended a "Computer Science I" (COP3502H) class taught by Ms. Sarah Buchanan at the University of Central Florida. Throughout the semester we were assigned homework problems to solve by writing various C programs. These are my solutions.
RPC (Remote Procedure Call) system with C language support, own network protocol, automatic parallelization, SSL support and other features.
Fast C++ template engine (C++ analog of PERL HTML::Template). CTPP completely separates project source and data representation. Home page: http://reki.ru/products/ctpp CTPP2: http://reki.ru/products/ctpp2/ New API and arcitecture.
See http://www.cubrid.org/cluster. CUBRID Cluster is an open source clustered DBMS for high scalability including global schema, distributed partition and load balancing features. It is a spin-off project from CUBRID project and supported by NHN.
CVS Web Client is the new name for a combined cvsweb+cvswebedit. It allows users to edit files in a CVS repository, using only a web browser.
This project provides a coherent package of utilities that simplify the task of tagging, customising and packaging releases of code taken from CVS, together with documentation about release conventions and suggested practices.
Advanced Software Configuration Management (SCM) for Cadence DFII. Delivers full Perforce capability to Cadence DFII using Best Practices for SCM. Please see http://public.perforce.com/public/perforce/cdsp4/index.html
Cafeine is a object oriented Internet communication framework. Its main goals are simplicity, flexibility and robustness. It is implemented as a C++ framework. Support is provided for Linux and Windows.
FrameWork de desenvolvimento facilitado para PHP5, com gerador de cadastros.
CallFilter applies rules to incomming Phone Calls. Much like a network firewall.
OCaml Input/Output interface and the reference implementation.
Cayuga is an expressive and scalable Complex Event Processing (CEP) system developed at the Cornell Database Group. The system is implemented in C++, and runs on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. See its Wiki page, or google "Cornell Cayuga" for details.
run compiled language text as program using #!/usr/bin/ceespot