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  • Both Apple and Google’s ‘Best App’ Password Manager Both Apple and Google’s ‘Best App’ Password Manager Icon
    Both Apple and Google’s ‘Best App’ Password Manager Icon

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    ManageEngine now lets you patch computers from cloud Icon

    ManageEngine Patch Manager Plus offers patching capabilities on cloud - Patch all OS updates and 550 third party apps on-demand and stay secure!

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  • JDatePicker: Java Swing Date Picker Icon

    JDatePicker: Java Swing Date Picker

    This project now lives at: https://github.com/JDatePicker/JDatePicker

    This project now lives at: https://github.com/JDatePicker/JDatePicker Will keep this sf.net project active to point to github. JDatePicker and JDatePanel is an set of advanced DatePicker controls for Java Swing applications. The MVC design enables us to display any date object such as Joda-Time DateMidnight. The date picker also works well with JGoodies Binding.

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    Sesame

    Java RDF Framework

    This project is no longer actively maintained. It is succeeded by the Eclipse RDF4J project, which can be found at GitHub and at http://www.rdf4j.org/. Sesame is a de-facto standard framework for processing RDF data. This includes parsing, scalable storage, reasoning and full SPARQL 1.1 query/update support. Sesame offers a fully modular toolkit and an easy-to-use Java API that can be connected to all leading RDF storage solutions.

  • Fixed Point Math Library for C

    A fixed point math header-library for C, under a liberal license.

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    Matlab VideoUtils

    Matlab Toolbox for reading and writing videos.

    Matlab Toolbox to process video files, which consists on a set of classes for reading, writing, correcting light changes and generating gaussian pyramids in real time. This toolbox is designed for Windows x64, Max OS X x64 and Linux x64. Through to use of Ffmpeg, it can reproduce and create videos very fast and also do no require to load the entire video file in memory. In addition the C++ code is already compiled in order to simplify the toolbox installation. In order to stay tuned for updates, you can follow the Matlab VideoUtils on Twitter (@VideoUtils): https://twitter.com/#!/VideoUtils If anyone is interested in collaborate, please contact to me -> https://sourceforge.net/sendmessage.php?touser=3811831

  • Transform SWF for Java

    Transform SWF is an easy to use library for reading and writing Flash and Flash Video files. As of 25/11/2010 the latest version (3.0) can now be found at GitHub, https://github.com/StuartMacKay/transform-swf.

    Downloads: 2 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • SolarWinds is #1 in network monitoring. SolarWinds is #1 in network monitoring. Icon
    SolarWinds is #1 in network monitoring. Icon

    Reduce network outages and improve performance with advanced network monitoring software.

    SolarWinds® Network Performance Monitor (NPM) is the ONLY monitoring solution with NetPath™ for hop-by-hop visibility into your critical paths, on-premises and into the cloud. NPM also features PerfStack™, helping you accelerate identification of root cause by dragging-and-dropping network performance metrics on a common timeline for immediate visual correlation across all of your network data. See why we're the leader. Try it free for 30 days!
  • bigz

    Simple and complete bignum C library

    bigz is the continuation of an old BigNum project that started its life as a joined INRIA & Dec project in 1989. The current version includes many fixes and improvements. Although not as efficient as, say, gmp, it is very small, reasonably efficient and extremely portable.

    Downloads: 2 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • BTStruct

    A librairie devoted to backtrackable data structures

    Downloads: 1 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    PWSLIB3

    Password Safe encrypted databases, Java library

    Java module to create, read and write Password Safe V3 encrypted databases. The package is a mature offspring from project JPasswords and can be used with Java 1.6 or later.

    Downloads: 1 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • DictMatch

    Dictmatch is a high performance multi-mode string match lib which supports full matching and max forward matching. It is used to match substrings which contented in dictionary from string user provides. Its throughout is more than 20w line per sec.

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • Orion SSH2

    Please use https://code.google.com/p/ganymed-ssh-2/ , as this current project is not getting the attention it should and therefore should be considered as 'parked'. Orion SSH for Java is a library which implements the SSH-2 protocol in pure Java. This is the new name, and home, for Trilead SSH (formerly Ganymed SSH2).

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • Modern Object Pascal coding? Try Delphi Modern Object Pascal coding? Try Delphi Icon
    Modern Object Pascal coding? Try Delphi Icon

    The most powerful Object Pascal IDE and library for cross-platform Native App Development with flexible Cloud services and broad IoT connectivity

    Delphi is the choice for developers wanting the power, readability and flexibility of the Modern Object Pascal language, coupled with native compilers and component libraries for fast single source code development on Windows, macOS, iOS, Android and Linux. Get Started with a FREE, fully functional 30-day license of Delphi.
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    Rex library

    Rex is a regular expression library which implements most of the POSIX 1003.2 specification. It is very mature and has been in heavy production use by thousands of users, on many platforms, since 2002.

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

    An iCalendar library written in Java.

    biweekly HAS MOVED TO GITHUB! Watch me, star me, fork me! https://github.com/mangstadt/biweekly biweekly is an iCalendar library written in Java (requires Java 1.5 or above). The project aims to provide a well documented, easy to use API for reading and writing iCalendar and vCalendar data.

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    libpop3

    a lightweight ANSI C library for handling POP3 mailboxes

    libpop3 is a very light POP3 library for C. It allows to list, fetch and remove messages from a POP3 mailbox. This library is using the RFC1939 as reference, and uses most basic POP3 commands to provide maximum compatibility across different servers. libpop3 is written in pure ANSI C89 without any external dependencies, thus it can be compiled and used on anything, anywhere. Since it is very light, it is designed to be used as a static library (but you could just as well incorporate its code right into your project).

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

    Libsbuf allows one to easily and safely manipulate character strings in plain C, taking care of e.g. reallocation and bounds checking. Originally written for FreeBSD, it works under pretty much any POSIX system out there, such as Linux.

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

    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.

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
  • qDecoder - CGI Library for C/C++ Icon

    qDecoder - CGI Library for C/C++

    ======================================================================================= OUR PROJECT HOME HAS BEEN MOVED TO https://github.com/wolkykim/qdecoder PLEASE CHECK OUT OUR NEW HOME FOR THE LATEST UPDATES. ======================================================================================= The goal of qDecoder project is providing complete but simple and versatile CGI library for C/C++ language. It supports GET/POST query parsing including File Uploading, Cookie handling and Session management. FastCGI is also supported.

  • superGetOpt (a getopt replacement)

    A simple, elegant way to handle command line arguments in C/C++.

    superGetOpt =========== SuperGetOpt is a printf-like getopt replacement for command line argument handling. The supergetopt library makes it very easy to handle all kinds of command-line arguments in a printf()-style way. All types of command-line arguments are supported and all user-supplied values are checked for type validity. If you have been searching for an easy-to-use, flexible, portable command-line and general use parser, this is it! A Simple Example: ================= int main( int argc, char *argv[] ) { int n, argPos; float yourFloat; int yourInt; char *yourString; n = superGetOpt( argc, argv, &argPos, "-YourFlag %f%s%d", &yourFloat, yourString, &yourInt, "Help Message", NULL ); return(n); } It's that easy. No header files to create, no argument order to concern yourself with. Please read the testSuperGetOpt.c example and you'll fully understand.

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