SIMD-accelerated libjpeg-compatible JPEG codec library
libjpeg-turbo is a JPEG image codec that uses SIMD instructions (MMX, SSE2, NEON, AltiVec) to accelerate baseline JPEG compression and decompression on x86, x86-64, ARM, and PowerPC systems. On such systems, libjpeg-turbo is generally 2-6x as fast as libjpeg, all else being equal. On other types of systems, libjpeg-turbo can still outperform libjpeg by a significant amount, by virtue of its highly-optimized Huffman coding routines. In many cases, the performance of libjpeg-turbo rivals that of proprietary high-speed JPEG codecs. libjpeg-turbo implements both the traditional libjpeg API as well as the less powerful but more straightforward TurboJPEG API. libjpeg-turbo also features colorspace extensions that allow it to compress from/decompress to 32-bit and big-endian pixel buffers (RGBX, XBGR, etc.), as well as a full-featured Java interface.
A multi-platform software synthesiser emulating (somewhat inaccurately) pre-GM MIDI devices such as the Roland MT-32, CM-32L, CM-64 and LAPC-I. In no way endorsed by or affiliated with Roland Corp. Source hosted at: http://www.github.com/munt/
native popup inputbox password color WIN OSX GTK QT CONSOLE C# LUA SSH
v3.3.1 a C file + a header (add them to your C or C++ project) with 8 dialog functions: - beep - notify popup - message & question - input & password - save file - open file(s) - select folder - color picker complements OpenGL GLFW GLUT GLUI VTK SFML TGUI SDL Ogre Unity3d ION OpenCV CEGUI MathGL GLM CPW GLOW IMGUI MyGUI GLT NGL STB & GUI less programs NO INIT NO MAIN LOOP NO LINKING NO INCLUDE the dialogs can be forced into console mode windows (XP to 10) ASCII MBCS UTF-8 UTF-16 - native code creates the graphic dialogs - enhanced console mode via dialog.exe - basic console input osx / unix (command line calls) ASCII UTF-8 - applescript, kdialog, zenity - python + tkinter + dbus - dialog (opens a console if needed) - basic console input C89 & C++98 compliant VisualStudio MinGW-gcc GCC Clang TinyCC OpenWatcom-v2 BorlandC SunCC on Windows Mac Linux Bsd Solaris Minix Raspbian click the tab 'Files' for prototypes, help, hello_world
Extended C Library
Why Is libxc needed? There doesn't exist a library for ANSI C99 for common data containers, such as vectors, trees, etc. There also also doesn't exist a library for common functionality, such as error reporting/logging, string functions, configuration management (reading config files), etc... The programmer working in C doesn't have anything analogous to the Boost C++ library. The extended C library is intended to make some headway into providing this functionality. To ensure unrestricted usage the libxc project is provided under the very permissive BSD license. If you need a different license then please send me a request (lelanthran at gmail) and I'll do my best to satisfy your request. What's completed? As of writing, the following libraries have been written and tested: 1. Memory accounting/tracking 2. String operations 3. Vectors 4. Trees 5. Dictionary arrays 6. Configuration management See the wiki page for more information
High-performance transactional memory for Common Lisp
STMX is a high-performance Common Lisp library for composable Transactional Memory (TM), a concurrency control mechanism aimed at making concurrent programming easier to write and understand. Instead of traditional lock-based programming, one programs with atomic memory transactions: if a memory transaction returns normally it gets committed, if instead it signals an error (Lisp slang for throwing an exception) it is rolled back. Memory transactions can safely run in parallel in different threads, are re-executed from the beginning in case of conflicts or if consistent reads cannot be guaranteed, and effects of a transaction are not visible from other threads until it commits. STMX gives freedom from deadlocks, automatic rollback on failure, and it aims at resolving the tension between granularity and concurrency.
a CLI generator and and SW library
CLIck allows you to create flat or hierarchical CLI (command line interfaces) in an extremely easy and quick way, supporting very popular features like history with command recalling, context-based auto-completion, tab-based command list, automatic command-line help, special characters, automatic structure builder, and much more. CLIck is written in ANSI C and tested on C and C++ applications on several architectures. It doesn't depend on any external library and uses only a very small subset of POSIX APIs. Despite the project name, you won't need your mouse at all!
STALLioN is a cross-platform C/C++ I/O library for CLI applications
STALLioN is a cross-platform (currently Linux, Windows and FreeBSD) C/C++ library for developers wishing to use a terminal/CLI interface on multiple platforms but only want a single codebase. It aims to provide a consistent development API across multiple platforms so that separate code does not have to be created for each (often very different) terminal interface; simply use the functions in STALLioN and compile with the correct library for the chosen platform. Currently in very early development; most basic functions and output are done, input is coming together. It is licensed under the GPLv3 license, so is free software.