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XeTeX is Unicode-based TeX using platform fonts and font technologies (e.g. AAT on Mac OS X or OpenType features on Mac/Linux/Windows) to provide typesetting for all the world's scripts.28 weekly downloads
Java library for accessing pen/digitizer tablets and pointing devices. For more information go to the homepage: http://jpen.sf.net/html-home .8 weekly downloads
A Collection of GUI tools and installations for the day to day use and administration of PostgreSQL servers both on and from a Mac OS X environment.2 weekly downloads
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A basic prime number sieve/tester.
A distributed capability manager for software modules and services. Components perform their specific tasks and may contribute information to an artificial intelligence engine, from which all components may benefit from the accumulated knowledge.
A puzzle game of rules acting upon rules. Create the desired pattern.
The UT library is intended to simplify and present a uniform interface across some common platforms to commonly required features that often have platform-specific APIs on those platforms. Presently, the target platforms are Windows, Linux, and Mac.