Circumference is a server-client-style implementation to supplement the WebAuth Diameter subprotocol, complete with an extensible Diameter server and base library. Diameter is a peer-to-peer authentication protocol (RFC 6733).
This desktop application provides graphical control of K8055, a USB Experiment Interface Board by Velleman (http://www.velleman.eu/). It will be mostly platform-independend at a later time. The current (beta) version is for windows 2000/XP/Vista/7 on 32Bit. It is incompatible with all other Operating Systems and with 64Bit architecture. I stopped developing this application. Feel free to reuse the code or contact me on Questions.
new ones can be found at https://code.google.com/p/ooc-gcc/
An open desktop environment that provides a managed infrastructure for building high-scalable and portable applications to be run without a change on a variety of platforms.
This project is an attempt to create a wrapper between filesystem code for one operating system and compile it for another. For example, a Linux filesystem driver could work natively in Windows if the project goes as planned.