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finFoil is an application to help amateur surfboard fin makers foil their fins properly. Check out the homepage for the latest news and tutorials: http://hrobeers.github.io/finFoil/ hrobeers22 weekly downloads
View, manipulate, analyze (LS fit, SVD, FT), and make figs of, spectra5 weekly downloads
A geek code generator that generates 3.12 compatible geek code block. It lets you add your real age and many other functions not seen in other geek code generators. The geek code block is formatted dynamically, shown on screen and stored in a file
Platform Independet Library for Fortran 90/95 - The portable way for creating GUIs, doing file IO etc. This library is an attempt to build a platform and compiler independent library for Fortran 9x.
Code to process human readable input is often highly stylized and repetitive. This project extracts the common elements found in such code and makes them available in a concise form as C tables and subroutines.
When something that must be known by everybody, there come this project to ba as 'annoucement' program that tell everybody in this world via internet or cellphone what they must know. For example: tsunamis, earthquake or even meteorite downfall.
Trek7 the original multiplayer network star trek game from the early-mid 70s. We are hoping to revive this classic (no, its not netrek/mtrek, not even close). hopefully the SF community can help port this to modern day networks.