ClassBuilder is freeware CASE tool targeted at the C++ developer, running on Win2K/XP/Vista/7. It lets you create, manipulate and navigate classes, class relations, class members and class methods at a high level of abstraction through a graphical user interface
The Delirium Framework is a set of tools and a very high level library to help to create 2D games and related tools, saving time by using a very object oriented design and lots of modularization, as well as a very complete exception scheme.
The EXT Library is set of various useful classes, templates and macros that extend functionality provided by ISO C++ (ext sub-library), standard C and C++ library (lib), to abstract parts of Windows API (win) and access PE file resources (res).
Easy2D is an object oriented game library that makes possible writing 2D tile-based games with speed and ease. It encapsulates common tasks found in these games, such as: tile maps, animated sprites, bitmap fonts, etc., and is written in C++ using SDL.
FUnit is the first generation xUnit testing tool to leverage the custom metadata capabilities of the Flex mxmlc compiler. The tag-based attribute model of FUnit makes it the most intuitive unit-testing framework ever created for the Flex platform.
Hinge3D is an component based message system developed for rapid game prototyping, game development and game design testing. Is has semi automated multithreading and uses different open source projects as codebase, like Ogre3D,OIS,Lua and Boost.
An object-oriented script language to embed in any application
A general purpose, object-oriented script language that compiles into code for a register based virtual machine. The language is quite similar to object-oriented high-level languages like Java and C#. The library is entirely self-sufficient and ANSI C compliant. It's main purpose is to be embedded in any application to allow automation of that application through scripting. An integrated C++ binding code generator allows you to create bindings for your application's classes in seconds. The integrated HTML documentation generator allows you to create documentation for your native bindings in seconds. The project is released under the zlib/libpng license. It has been in development for over 10 years and offers some powerful features. Extensive information, documentation, articles and code examples can be found at the developer blog.
LibSylph is a cross-platform C++ basic utility and data processing library. It has classes and methods that facilitate reading, writing, processing and sharing data in various kinds of formats.
Provisio.Collections brings STL like iterator-based containers to the .Net world (especially C#). It offers fundamental sequential (vector/list/deque) and associative (tree/skiplist) containers that can be filled, traversed and modified using iterators.
Reality Factory 2 is a next-generation game authoring suite. It combines a flexible, fully scripted game development environment powered by Python with the Ogre3D engine, and supports all major desktop operating systems.
RCL is a project to develop a new, better and more complete general-purpose, cross-platform class library for C++. The style is somehow influenced by the .NET class library, as this one is just the best I have seen yet.
Simple Fast Clean OpenGL rendering interface written in C++ with SDL.
Simple Signals and Slots is a very simple and easy to use implementation of signals and slots.
Sqrat is a C++ library for Squirrel that facilitates exposing classes and other native functionality to Squirrel scripts. It models the underlying Squirrel API closely to give access to a wider range of functionality than other binding libraries. In addition to the binding library, Sqrat features a threading library and a module import library.
Deemon Scripting Language
A rich and powerful scripting language supporting the c preprocessor, classes, exceptions, lambdas, yield functions, label, switch-statement, pointers, foreign functions, and much more. With a fully packed standard library including support for file-io, threads, atomics, pipes, math, file-system, sockets, randomization, hashing, serialization, a wide selection of emulated c/c++ headers and more, deemon provides a suitable environment for any application. Syntax is easy to read and understand and is mostly based on the common languages such as c/c++, java and python, though for those fascinated by it, reaches very deep and allows for pleasingly beautiful code to be written. If you wish to learn deemon, download any package and take a look at 'lib/tut' Note: If you've already used v100, you'll be happy to see how much deemon has grown in the five months that have passed. Keep up to date with deemon at: https://github.com/GrieferAtWork/deemon