The regex-centric, fast and flexible scanner generator for C++
RE/flex is the fast and flexible C++ lexical analyzer generator with Unicode support, indent/nodent/dedent anchors, lazy quantifiers, word boundaries and many other features that Flex lacks. Intended for fast scanning of UTF-8/16/32 files, strings, and streams. Compatible with Flex lexer specifications and supports Bison/Yacc and other parser generators. The reflex scanner generator tool generates clean lexer class code that is MT-safe. Generates Graphviz files to visualize state machine DFAs. RE/flex also offers a collection of class templates to wrap C++ regex engines in a unified API for scanning and searching large data sources. This API makes pattern matching with C++11 std::regex and Boost.Regex a breeze! RE/flex open source code is hosted at GitHub https://github.com/Genivia/RE-flex
RunAWK is a small wrapper for AWK interpreter that helps write standalone programs in AWK. It provides support for modules and other powerful features. It comes with dozens of modules which provide efficient means for handling command line options, powerful functions for manipulating strings and arrays as well as sorting, mathematical, tmpfile, braceexpand functions and a lot of others.
Simple OpenGL 4.3 wrapper for .NET platform
Feb. 2014: The project is still active; a new version with many changes is comming soon! NOTE: The Khronos group made a big shift in describing the OpenGL specification. Starting from OpenGL 4.4, the old .spec files are replaced by .xml which is great news for community, bad news for me and this project as it strongly depends on the old format. Currently I am working on the new version, but there's really a huge change, so please, be patient. I'd also would like to make the licensing clear (probably BSD). OpenGL4Net is a simple wrapper of OpenGL 4.3 for .NET platform. The main idea of the library is to keep the syntax as close as possible to the C style and on the other hand, provide some overloaded functions that simplifies the development of .NET application. The library also contains some helper classes to make a development really fast (e.g., class RenderContext for opening the OpenGL context; or class Program for loading, compiling and linking shaders)
Publish - subscribe API for message/event-based python applications
PyPubSub provides a publish - subscribe API that facilitates the development of event-based (also known as message-based) applications. PyPubSub supports sending and receiving messages between objects of an application, as well as a variety of advanced features that facilitate debugging and maintaining topics and messages in larger applications. I have moved the project to github at https://github.com/schollii/pypubsub.
NOTE: The YamlDotNet project has moved to GitHub. Please visit https://github.com/aaubry/YamlDotNet A .NET library for YAML. yamldotnet provides low level parsing and emitting of YAML as well as a high level object model similar to XmlDocument. YamlDotNet is released under the MIT license. See the file LICENSE for more details.
The JINSECT toolkit is a Java-based toolkit and library that supports and demonstrates the use of n-gram graphs within Natural Language Processing applications, ranging from summarization and summary evaluation to text classiﬁcation and indexing.
OpenCV Pre-built CUDA binaries
This project is now hosted as the nuget packages : opencvcuda-release opencvcuda-debug 3 Builds now available as nuget packages : - https://www.nuget.org/packages/opencvdefault/ Package for the default Windows x64 build available on opencv.org - https://www.nuget.org/packages/opencvcontrib/ Package for Windows x64 Visual Studio 2015 for the contrib and vtk modules built with AVX, SSE & OpenGL support. - https://www.nuget.org/packages/opencvcuda-release/ - https://www.nuget.org/packages/opencvcuda-debug/ Packages for Release and Debug configurations (due to file size limitations on nuget.org) built with CUDA Toolkit 7.0.0 targeting architectures 2.0, 2.1, 3.0, 3.5, 3.7, 5.0, 5.2 suitable for Visual Studio 2013.
OptFrame is a framework for efficient implementation of metaheuristics and optimization methods. It has already been used in some real combinatorial problems and applied to Operations Research. Since November 2017, project has been moved to GitHub (new releases will also be included here in SourceForge, but Git mainline is no longer supported here). For more information, visit: https://github.com/OptFrame/optframe
Collection of fast and optimized assembly libraries for x86-64 Linux
LinAsm is collection of very fast and SIMD optimized assembly written libraries for x86-64 Linux. It implements many common and widely used algorithms for array manipulations: searching, sorting, arithmetic and vector operations, unit conversions; fast mathematical and statistic functions; numbers and time converting algorithms; finite impulse response (FIR) digital filters; spectrum analysis algorithms, Fast Hartley transformation; CPU cache friendly functions and extremely fast abstract data types (ADT) such as hash tables b-trees, and much more. LinAsm libraries are written on FASM assembly language. They are stable and have appropriate benchmarks for many units. All libraries are well documented and grouped by their functionality. To get more information about this library, please visit the official web site: http://linasm.sourceforge.net
Qoost is a collection of C++ classes and templates for programming Qt4. See our file releases for code and documentation.
A Java JComponent to select the time easily by dragging the mouse or scrolling the mouse wheel, instead of entering the time by keyboard (which is additionally still possible).
FTP client for Robot Framework
SOURCE CODE MOVED TO https://github.com/kowalpy/Robot-Framework-FTP-Library . NEW RELEASES WILL APPEAR ONLY AT GITHUB AND PYPI. This Python library makes it possible to test or use FTP server using Robot Framework keywords. Together with the library, there are also available project example and keywords documentation created by libdoc. This sourceforge webpage is linked from http://robotframework.org/#test-libraries as external library so it can be considered as the official Robot Framework library.
Communicate with LXI-compliant instruments from Linux over LAN
A collection of source code that will allow you to talk to ethernet-enabled instruments that use the VXI-11 protocol, from Linux. This includes a wide range of instruments (including oscilloscopes, logic analysers, spectrum analysers, function generators, etc.) by a wide range of manufacturers (including Tektronix, Agilent, LeCroy, and Anritsu to name just four). An interactive "send and receive" utility is included as an example. You may want to build on to these libraries for your specific instruments. Basically, if you've got a Programmer's Reference for your instrument and this code, you should be able to cobble something together.
Object Oriented Language
Ctalk is a compact object oriented language that works closely with C. That means you can use Ctalk for GUI, network, client-server, and systems programs as well as traditional object oriented simulations. Ctalk includes a just-in-time compiler, extendable class libraries, and a compact run-time library. Written for use with GNU GCC, Ctalk supports a variety of UNIX, Linux, and OS X systems, the X Window System, and libraries like the GNU readline library, the Xft Type1, FreeType and TrueType font libraries, and the OpenGL and GLUT 3-d graphics libraries. If you want to learn more about Ctalk, you can download the tutorial as a PDF file in the Files section. Ctalk's C preprocessor, Ctpp, is also available as a separate package. To find out what's new in the latest release, check out the ReleaseNotes page of the Ctalk Wiki.
gui chung , an compact freeware to program easy gui multi windows applications in freebasic. Included support of freebasic graphics gfx, openGL and irrlicht 3D engine. Inspired from Liberty Basic simple gui coding syntax.
Utility classes from maps to search engine to random samplers
Collection of several multi-purpose Java libraries. --- knowceans-tools = collection of Java utility classes. --- Highlights: --- org.knowceans.util: IndexQuickSort, TableList: apply order of one array/list to others +++ Vectors, ArrayUtils: array convenience +++ RandomSamplers, CokusRandom, ArmSampler, Densities: random sampling and distributions +++ Arguments: command line parser +++ StopWatch, Which, ExternalProcess: runtime stuff +++ ParallelFor: OpenMP workalike +++ PatternString, NamedGroupRegex: regex convenience --- org.knowceans.corpus: CorpusSearcher: full-text search engine +++ LabelNumCorpus: svmlight corpus storage and filtering +++ NIPS corpus with text, authors, labels and citations --- org.knowceans.map: InvertibleHashMultiMap, BijectiveHashMap: implement n:m and 1:1 relations. --- Other libs: knowceans-arms = port of the Adaptive Rejection Metropolis Sampler (ARMS) for arbitrary distributions +++ lda-j = port of lda-c, implementing Latent Dirichlet Allocation (LDA)
openSCADA® is an open source SCADA system written in JAVA
openSCADA is an open source Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition System. It is platform independent and based on a modern system design that provides security and flexibility at the same time. openSCADA is flexible. It is not an out of the box solution, but a set of tools that can be combined in many different ways. It provides development libraries, interface applications, mass configuration tools, front-end and back-end applications. openSCADA is ready to rock. It is used 24/7 in several installations around this world. openSCADA is supported. So if you prefer a fully supported, out of the box instead of a “build it yourself” solution you can contact IBH SYSTEMS GmbH and let us do the job. If you like, you will still get the source code that was developed specially for you. openSCADA needs you. Writing source code, writing documentation, fixing bugs or providing fresh input. Anything is welcome.
C library for robot creators using certain AVR microcontrollers with support for 3rd party hardware boards for various sensors and motor controllers. Comprehensive PDF manual included in the download. Version 2 code stream - requires that projects are created using Project Designer from my web site. If your board isn't listed in Project Designer then look at Board Designer on my web-site to create your own custom board - or if its a commercial board then let me know and, with permission, I will add your design to the release. Version 1 code stream - requires you to do everything by hand and will be discontinued in the near future.
An open source Java implementation to interpret and render Computer Graphics Metafile (CGM) graphics files.
Extract the TLD of any, world wide, URI.
The libtld is used to extract the TLD from any URI from anywhere in the world. The library recognizes all TLDs, whatever the number of levels the TLD includes (i.e. .com has one, .au has up to 4 such as .schools.nsw.edu.au) this library will be capable of extracting it. The library is for C, C++, and PHP.
Programmed Dialogue with Interactive Programs
pdip stands for Programmed Dialogue with Interactive Programs. It is a simplified version of the famous expect utility which interprets a scripting language to dialog with an interactive program as a human operator would do. The package offers also an API to pilot interactive programs from C Language programs.
Robot Framework and JMeter integration
SOURCE CODE MOVED TO https://github.com/kowalpy/Robot-Framework-JMeter-Library . NEW RELEASES WILL APPEAR ONLY AT GITHUB AND PYPI. The Robot Framework library which can be used for starting JMeter and/or analysing and converting JMeter log files into HTML and SQLite format.
LinkedIn.NET is a .NET library for working with LinkedIn API
LinkedIn.NET is a .NET library which simplifies working with LinkedIn from .NET applications. It allows to share and retrieve updates, send messages and invitations, get information about users profiles, join and leave LinkedIn groups, post comments and likes and run complicated queries via LinkedIn Search API.
PTCPas is a free, portable framebuffer library, written in Free Pascal. It allows low-level high-speed graphics access on multiple platforms.
JAM Message Base Library
JAM is a popular messagebase format for storing Fidonet messages originally devised by Joaquim Homrighausen, Andrew Milner, Mats Birch and Mats Wallin. JAMLIB is a subroutine library for manipulating such messagebases.