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This is an open source IRC client written in java.
This Perl module reveals the information in a highly-compressed JVM classfile by representing the Java bytecode information as a series of objects. It is hoped that this module will eventually lead to a JVM implementation in Perl (or Parrot).
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Collection of Java code to grab weather observations and forecasts for 3,000 locations around the world. Also will have useful weather related calculations and conversions.
An Object Server written and extensible in Perl. Currently provides HTTP interface. Small and fast enough to run on a desktop machine or a server.
A Kickstart CGI for on-the-fly kickstart configuration generation. This is not a builder for making static kickstart files. You need to already be familiar with kickstart configuration files to use this.
A network monitoring application developed using Ruby / Ruby on Rails. Designed with an emphasis on ease of use and ease of installation.
File/Chat Program. 2 way chat and file transfer. Client and Server together in same program.
LastSo is an agreement project: PHP script searches LAST SOurces of packages in http and ftp directories. Useful for both users and developers. Later CAN do the best making their sources LastSo-compatible. Project target to shift them to SHOULD.
Projet IHM (Interface Homme Machine) écrit en PHP pour administrer les utilisateurs et les groupes d'un serveur LDAP facilement.
LIGR Assembler is a sequence assembly program. It was derived from TIGR Assembler and addresses some of TIGR Assembler's shortcomings. See the CHANGES file for details.
Lancer is an HTTP server for POSIX systems. Some of the main features include a threaded design, full RFC compliance, and a powerful Lua based configuration system.
Este é um projeto que usa um servidor FTP para criar torneios online de LETRONIX, ele é totalmente em Português.
A small but extensible Java based "embedded lisp"- derives from the 1960 Mc Carthy Lisp a new consequently functional, dynamically scoped dialect enriched by modern features (pattern matching, parallel processing, implicit lex. closures etc).
LiNXT allows basic communication, including file transfers, with the Lego Mindstoms NXT brick.
This project is dedicated to eradicating any and all poor documentation for Linux. If you cannot find what you're looking for here, please feel free to add a page about it. Everyone who is human and English speaking is welcome to contribute.
Perl OO Interface to Uniforum Message Translation like Locale::TextDomain but OO Accepts mo-files as message source like Locale::Messages and allows other sources too, e.g. Database.
Longhorn 2008 is a project to revive Longhorn.
Lucas_Dambergs enables you to link typed text to a specific time of a QuickTime movie, DVD or Video_TS folder. Once a time index is linked to a set of notes, you can jump back to the selected scene by clicking the index link. Save file is enabled.
MP3::Daemon is a daemon written in Perl that possesses mpg123 and makes it do your bidding. It comes with a client called mp3 that works a lot like the CD player cdcd. `perl -MCPAN -e 'install MP3::Daemon'`
Two Perl scripts for use as addons for MRTG. Both scripts provide information about a home DSL network (which usually don't have SNMP agents). The first is a latency/"bandwidth" monitor that uses ping. Unlike similar MRTG addons, it uses traceroute to "autoconfigure" itself with the IPs of hops to a target, rather than hardcoding them. The second script uses the web-interface found in most DSL modems to collect connectivity status and DSL connection metrics (e.g. SNR margin).
Mac GoogleSeach is an OpenSource effort to implement the Google SOAP APIs on Mac OS X.
Mailmin - a system for remote access and administration via secure email.