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R packages supporting parallel computing.
SimpleORM provides provides a very simple and easy way to implement object/relational mapping on top of JDBC atlow cost and low overhead. Not even an XML file to configure! It has clean database semantics and is very scalable. See www.Simpleorm.org
This is a wrapper to the Subversion client C API library for C++. There is also a Lua binding included. This project was inspired by and forked from svncpp, immediately prior to the license changing from Apache to LGPL.
Survey coffeeBeans are Swing based JavaBeans for easy component based MVC application development
The Tree of Life (ToL) Glossary System is a java-based, server-side glossary system initially created for the Tree of Life project (http://www.tolweb.org). The Glossary System is a complete stand-alone system, but allows for integration with other systems
cslib is a C++ service-based framework for building server-side applications on Windows and Linux systems.
Proyecto de Dreamer y Irc para la comunicacion de diversos temas de comunicacion y sofware libre..
Phiptables is a free software that helps you to build your iptables rules in a simple and easy way on a web-based interface. Once your rules are created a script is written down. You can download it and activate the rules.