Adventure Definition Langage (ADL) - a language used to create text adventures similar to Zork and other Infocom games.
In Avida, evolution acts on populations of self-replicating computer programs. These "digital organisms" experience natural selection through random mutations and resource competition. See the project website for more information and bug tracking.
BLibrestez Robotics Software Library Project
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Clio is a MUD client specifically for MUD2 (a direct descendant of Trubshaw & Bartle's original MUD), but which can also be used with any MUD. Features include ANSI colour, colour logging, scroll back, function keys, command editing, and command history.
The DXSpider DX Cluster is a linux based, (mainly) perl program designed to provide the same general functionality (and more) as the DOS version originally written by Dick Newell AK1A.
EmailBlast is a curses based perl script for sending mass HTML e-mails. The script includes basic address verification and removes duplicates before sending.
Virtual machine/emulator; "holding pen" for self-replicating programs written in custom RISC assembly-like language, evolving via random point mutations and periodic fitness-based cullings. Inspired (like Avida) by Thomas Ray's alife simulator, Tierra
Orbit detemination from observations
Software to determine orbital elements for comets, asteroids, and satellites from optical astrometry. There is a Windows GUI version and interactive and non-interactive console versions for DOS, Linux, and OS/X. Useful for educational and research purposes.
High level language, modelled on awk, for scripts or interactive use, for system administration, software development, software test.
Create hyperlinks just by dragging, find contacts instantly, ...
GNU Hyperbole (pronounced Ga-new Hi-per-bo-lee), or just Hyperbole, is an amazing programmable hypertextual information management system implemented as a GNU Emacs package. This is the first public release in 2016. Hyperbole has been greatly expanded and modernized for use with the latest Emacs 25 releases; it supports GNU Emacs 24.4 or above. It contains an extensive set of improvements that can greatly boost your day-to-day productivity with Emacs and your ability to manage information stored across many different machines on the internet. People who get used to Hyperbole find it helps them so much that they prefer never to use Emacs without it. Hyperbole includes easy-to-use, powerful hypertextual button types and links that can be made without the need to learn a markup language. It also includes a hierarchical, record-based contact manager, a rapid window and frame control system and a powerful multi-level auto-numbered outliner.
HT is a file editor/viewer/analyzer for executables. The goal is to combine the low-level functionality of a debugger and the usability of IDEs. We plan to implement all (hex-)editing features and support of the most important file formats.
KBupdater updates your KBlinuxOS to the latest stable Release and helps to prevent your System of Bugs, Incompactibilities and Errors of Security - Problems...
linib is Linux Nibbles. This is different from other nibble games, In this game you dont have any specific target, all you have to do is just move around the screen without hitting any of the static and dynamic blocks on your way and make the scoring p
Lyntin is a Python mud client based on Tintin but goes above and beyond Tintin allowing you to write modules in Python enhancing the client to suit your individual needs.
Raspberry PI minimal linux distribution
Moebius Linux is a Raspberry PI armhf distribution built from scratch and targeted to have a small footprint. 20Mb of RAM (with ssh) and a 128Mb SD are minimum requirements. Size, speed and optimizations are main goals for this distro, take a look at it and contribute if you like it
This SourceForge project page is obsolete. Please visit http://www.musicpd.org/
Omega is a roguelike game originally written by Laurence Brothers in the late 80s. It was the first roguelike game with a large "countryside", plot development, quotable quotes, and a sense of humor.
Open CWorthy clone for Linux, DOS, and Windows written by Jeffrey Vernon Merkey. This Library resembles the Cworthy Interface deployed with Novell NetWare. This multithreaded library supports VT100, VT220, Linux, and XTerm, Windows and DOS.
More features than pktgen on Linux with a CWorthy interface. Builds on Linux kernels 2.6.28 and above. Provides packet generation for network testing. See the README.
Implementations for the Revised Report language
This project offers open source implementations for UNESCO/IFIP's Algol 68 (the Revised Report language). The project offers two implementations: Implementation 1 is Algol68G: a recent checkout hybrid compiler/interpreter by Marcel van der Veer, supporting arbitrary arithmetic, partial parametrisation, complex numbers, POSIX threads, GNU plotutils, GNU scientific library, curses, sound, TCP sockets, RegEx and PostgreSQL. Inplementation 2 is algol68toc, a port by Sian Mountbatten of the vintage Algol68RS (UK Defense Research Agency) compiler. The implementation emits C code.
PAUD is a disk image that contains system utilities, such as fdisk, mc (midnight commander), parted, ntfsresize, and more. PAUD is ideal for rescue/administration purposes and transferring files from one filesystem to another for windows users.
Plume is a complete set of packages to create and administrate a network of diskless computers used as X terminals. Workstations root file system is extensively based on Debian with as few new packages as possible.
Bu proje beraber program kodlari yazmak icin ve beraber programlama tekniklerini ogrenmek icin acilmistir. this project is opened to write program kods altogether and to learn many things about programming techniques
Build applications for app. servers e.g. IBM WebSphere,GUI or WEB. POSSL includes EJB Component Builder and supports auto-generation of component interfaces. Supports team development, debugging, vcs, reporting, native support for all major databases. POSSL is the open source version of the Panther Product from Prolifics. Prolifics offers fee-based support for POSSL. Additional capabilities are also available with an upgrade to the licensed Panther product. For further information, contact sales or support: http://www.prolifics.com/contact-sales-support.htm.
Open source observatory control software
RTS2 is project to create an open source environment for control of a fully autonomous observatory. It is running about dozen fully autonomous observatories. Its modular design allow easily addition of new devices (to already huge supported HW list).